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EMS Sponsoring Twenty65 Conference 2021

11 March 2021

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Bethan Stones

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EMS sponsors Twenty65 conference

EMS are delighted to be sponsoring the Twenty65 conference 2021, which will be hosted by The University of Sheffield. The virtual conference will be held between the 15th and 18th of March 2021.

Dr Sonja Ostojin, our Innovation Consultant, will be presenting on IRONMAN®, our autonomous, AI-based system to control iron additives to optimise phosphorous (P) concentrations at the outfalls of wastewater treatment works.

The cost of primary stage treatment can be prohibitive with increasing costs of ferric sulphate and high operational cost of dosing. Unwelcome effects such as elevated iron levels require further treatment. However, at rural locations the only option is primary treatment. IRONMAN’s autonomous control provides a solution to these problems.

Sonja’s presentation will take place on Day 3 (17th March).

The Twenty65 conference is an excellent opportunity for Researchers, Practitioners, Water Companies, Technology Developers, Policy Makers and Regulators to share ideas and learn from each other. We are looking forward to being part of this and welcome you to visit our virtual stand.

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