Curtin wins $1m wastewater grant

CURTIN University of Technology has won a grant of almost $1 million over three years to investigate the treatment of wastewater. The project is part of the Premier’s Collaborative Research Program, which will investigate the effectiveness of microfiltration and reverse osmosis to treat wastewater prior to indirect reuse.The program will complement another major research endeavour, the Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) project, run by the CSIRO and Water Corporation of WA. Professor Robert Kagi, from the Curtin Water Quality Research Centre, said the projects would utilise Curtin’s expertise in analytical chemistry to identify safeguards to protect public health and the environment.

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