Wessex Water Services Ltd
Ruth Barden has over 20 years experience in the water industry, particularly focussed on environmental and wastewater aspects. Ruth leads Wessex Water’s environmental investigation programme, catchment partnerships and environmental policy. This involves elements of research, innovation and a high degree of collaboration with a wide range of stakeholders.
Chemical Investigations Programme: where are we now?
The water industry has been collaboratively delivering the Chemical Investigations Programme since 2010, furthering our understanding of the occurrence and fate of substances in sewage. We can characterise sewage effluent and have tested a number of existing and novel treatment technologies to understand their removal performance and costs. Over this time period we have also seen a decline in the concentrations of certain substances. However, new substances of concern are emerging which need further investigation.
EVEN MORE SEMINARS
Rob Burton - Discharge Consent Compliance (MCERTS) – The Challenges and Opportunities
Seamus Connolly MBE - Small Things Make The Difference in Preventing Pollution
Amended keynote panel - Peter Atchison, Michael Lunn and Seamus Lefroy-Brooks - Panel Discussion - Making Land Remediation enforcement effective
Professor Roger Willey - Asbestos: Real risk, perceived risk and the cost of land remediation.
Ruth Barden - Chemical Investigations Programme: where are we now?