|2010 - 38. Abwassertechnisches Seminar|
|2009 - 37. Abwassertechnisches Seminar|
|2008 - 36. Abwassertechnisches Seminar|
|2004 - Chemisch-physikalische Abwasserbehandlung|
|2003 - Regenwasserbewirtschaftung|
|2002 - Water - The Essence of Life, But Elusive to Many |
Symposium Firma Huber
|Abschied Prof. Wilderer|
The book contains the presentations given by lecturers from all over the world on the occasion of an international symposium held on September 26, 2002 in Berching, Germany. The contributions reflect the current state and future trend in water supply and wastewater treatment technology.
|Solid/Liquid Separation – An Important First Step of Wastewater Treatment|
Prof. Y. Watanabe
The effect of pre-coagulation/sedimentation of municipal wastewater on the performance of Rotating Biological Contactor (RBC) and Membrane Bio Reactor (MBR).
|Wastewater Treatment in Central and Eastern Europe: Potentials and Drawbacks|
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jiri Wanner
The solutions of water pollution problems in the CEE countries open a large area for mutual cooperation with countries, individual companies, and national professional organizations from the rest of Europe.
|Alternative Water Systems – Fields of Application and Perspectives|
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. rer. pol. Dr. h. c. Karl-Ulrich Rudolph
A structure of the various Alternative Water Systems (AWS) technologies is given, and examples and experiences of AWS application is described.
|Eco-Industrial Parks: Portal for German Environmental Technology in Asia|
Dr. M. Wilderer
Discussion and examples of the Eco-Industrial Park (EIP) concept.
|Decentralized Sanitation and Reuse: A New Concept for Economic Water Management Worldwide|
Univ.-Prof. i.R. Dr.-lng. Dr.h.c. Peter A. Wilderer
Novel methods have to be developed in order to meet the demands of a growing world population, both in rural areas and in the rapidly expanding mega-cities.
|Innovative Technologies for Decentralised Wastewater Management in Urban and Peri-Urban Areas|
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ralf Otterpohl, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Oldenburg
Innovative decentral wastewater systems can change the current ways of water management dramatically. They can be designed for almost full recovery of water and nutrients in an economic way.
|Perspectives for Membrane Technology – Treatment Facilities in Wastewater Technology – Application in Decentralised Wastewater Treatment|
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Max Dohmann
The membrane activation process will become during the next decades the most innovative and the most desirable step in the treatment of domestic and municipal waste water.
|Necessity and Chances of Decentralized Sanitation and Reuse from the Point of a Country with Water Shortage|
As many countries are suffering from water shortage, especially those in North Africa and the Middle East, municipal and industrial wastewater collection and treatment will provide an enormous market in the future.
|Machine-Solutions for Decentralized Wastewater Treatment – Approaches for New Developments|
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Oliver Christ
The critical points of the centralized system are examined and technical decentralized wastewater-treatment solutions are presented.
Abbot G. Hanke
Abbot Hanke, Benedictine monk and the superior of the Monastery of Plankstetten about the Christian sense of responsibility to protect all of creation.