In preparation for climate adaptation in water-stressed areas, researchers will assess how well existing treatment systems prepare water for reuse.
Shaping Resource Flows
Wastewater to drinking water: EPA grants $1.2M to U-M for virus removal study
Nancy Love appointed Distinguished University Professor
Professor Love was appointed JoAnn Silverstein Distinguished University Professor of Environmental Engineering, effective September 1, 2021.
Bendable concrete and other CO2-infused cement mixes could dramatically cut global emissions
In The Conversation, experts break down what’s needed to make CO2 in concrete work on a wide scale to curb global emissions.
Wastewater treatment at one-third the size and cost
Systems featuring a ‘membrane-aerated biofilm reactor’ can also remove more nitrogen from treatment plant discharges.
‘Peecycling’ payoff: Urine diversion shows multiple environmental benefits when used at city scale
New study is the first in-depth analysis of the environmental performance and benefits of large-scale urine recycling relative to conventional wastewater treatment and fertilizer production.
Nancy Love honored with national award for outstanding environmental engineering education and research
The American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists recognizes Love’s achievements with the Science Award.