News Feature | June 2, 2021

How The Future Of Wastewater May Be Energy Positive

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Researchers want to revolutionize resource recovery in municipal wastewater by providing a turbo boost to artificial intelligence.

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory — along with lead organization University of Chicago, Northwestern University, and other partners — will use a $2 million DOE grant to combine artificial intelligence and machine learning to promote online learning of system dynamics, mathematical modeling for optimizing energy and nutrient recovery, and lifecycle analysis and modeling. The project will also involve development of novel materials for efficient solar steam generation and wireless sensors for real-time water quality monitoring.

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