AquaEnviro Odour Management Conference 2022
Event date: 15 Sep 2022
Thursday 13th October 2022
Arup - In Person and Virtual
80 Charlotte Street
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Dr Austen Buck, Principal Consultant in Microbiology at WRc
Austen is an expert in Water Safety Planning within the water sector, with experience developed through roles with water suppliers, laboratories, suppliers, academia, and global consultancies. He delivers guest lectures on water safety planning at bachelor and masters level. Austen's PhD in Public Health and Environmental Microbiology investigated the attachment and accumulation of viruses to sediments in river systems and the potential risk from resuspension. Austen has also co-authored publications on viral removal through membrane bioreactor technologies in leading water journals and supported large-scale river basin monitoring programmes.
Please note: this Wet Networks event was postponed following extreme heat warnings in July and has now been rescheduled to Thursday 13th October 2022.
After two years of virtual events, we are delighted to host our second in-person and virtual Wet Networks, Chaired by WRc's Director of Commercial Services, Carmen Snowdon.
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