A Case Study in Translational Research for Sustainable Water Resources
Greg Moller is a Professor of Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology in the University of Idaho/Washington State University Joint School of Food Science and the UI Environmental Science Program.
Reactive Filtration (RF) is a nature-mimicry water treatment technology developed to remove nutrients, trace contaminants and pathogens. RF uses hydrous ferric oxide adsorption and physical filtration to advance state-of-the-art tertiary wasterwater treatment as well as water reuse and recycling.
The 2nd Annual Intermountain Energy Summit (IES) on the "energy-water nexus" will focus on the Intermountain region's role in developing what Sen. Lisa Murkowski calls "a focused and well-coordinated public-private approach to the energy-water nexus issues (that) can promote economic growth and lead to new breakthrough technologies in water and energy resiliency."
The 2015 Energy Policy Research Conference is September 10-11 in Denver, Colorado! The conference will be held at the Westin Denver Downtown. More information regarding registration and hotel accommodations will be coming soon.
The Call for Paper Proposals is now open: http://epi.boisestate.edu/conference/call-for-paper-proposals.aspx
International Advanced Coal Technologies Conferenc
The International Advanced Coal Technologies Conferences (IACTC) bring together an international array of leading energy experts from government, industry, academic, and research sectors to discuss and share recent advancements in the development and deployment of low-emissions coal-based power and carbon emission mitigation technologies. The conferences are hosted by the University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources (SER), the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) and the University of Queensland in conjunction with Shaanxi Provincial Institute of Energy Resources & Chemical Engineering.