SMICE2018 - Sludge Management in Circular Economy | Rome - May 2018
SMICE2018 - Sludge Management in Circular Economy | Rome - May 2018
SMICE2018 - Sludge Management in Circular Economy | Rome - May 2018
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Stephen Smith

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Stephen Smith is Professor of Bioresource Systems in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial College London.

Stephen has 30 years of experience investigating the treatment and agronomic properties of sludges and organic wastes recycled to land and their environmental impact, including nutrients, potentially toxic elements, organic contaminants and pathogens.

He has written over 250 scientific papers and reports, including for Government and Industry, on sewage sludge and biowaste management practices and environmental impacts and he is also author of a text book on recycling biosolids in agriculture.

Stephen is Director of the MSc Degree Course in Environmental Engineering at Imperial College and was Year Coordinator for the Final Year of the MEng Degree Course in Civil Engineering until 2012.

Stephen is a member of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) and is a participant on the institution’s Wastewater Management Panel, he is also a member of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM).

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