Speakers

Sarah Bluteau

Master Engineering Candidate (M.Eng)
McGill University | Canada

Recently graduated from the University of Ottawa in Chemical Engineering, Sarah Bluteau pursues her studies at McGill in a Master of Engineering in materials engineering. Young, environmental issues were always a concern and a challenge. In elementary school, her quest was to implement a recycling program. Today, it is to reuse waste in a useful manner. As a matter a fact, through her undergraduate studies, the first questions asked were, how will this process impact the environment and how can we make it better. Always thriving for a better tomorrow and new challenges, her current challenge is to transform biosolids in municipal wastewater treatment plants into a useful fertilizer.

– Phosphorus Recovery from Iron Phosphate in Municipal Wastewater Solids as Useful Phosphate Rock

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