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DoD Wastewater Reuse Webinar

7th April 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

DoD Wastewater Reuse Webinar is SERDP & ESTCP “Developments in Wastewater Treatment and Reuse at DoD Facilities” – April 7, 2022, 12:00 PM EDT (17:00 GMT).

Join SERDP and ESTCP for a webinar featuring DoD-funded research efforts to improve wastewater treatment and reuse at DoD facilities.

Dr. Chris Griggs Senior Research Physical ScientistFirst, Dr. Chris Griggs (U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center) will discuss the assessment of a baffled bioreactor-based greywater reuse system, which is capable of harvesting 8,000 gallons of freshwater from greywater per day.

“Low Energy Baffled Bioreactor -based Water Re-use System for Energy and Water Security” by Dr. Chris Griggs ( ESTCP Project ER20-5290)

Water is a critical resource for sustainability and global security. Because conservation measures alone do not sufficiently mitigate water shortages, reusing water to offset consumption must be part of the equation.

Then, Dr. Wei Liao will talk about the development of a self-sustainable and scalable organic waste and wastewater treatment system that also produces freshwater and energy by integrating solar, biological, electrochemical, and membrane technologies.

System Integration and Multi-objective Optimization Toward Sustainable Solutions for Small-scale Wastewater Treatment” by Dr. Wei Liao ( ESTCP Project ER20-5228)

This presentation will cover the creation of a novel, self-sustainable, and scalable organic waste and wastewater treatment system. The treatment system integrates solar, biological, electrochemical, and membrane technologies.

For more information, full abstract summaries, biographies of speakers and to register, please visit,