Ceit's Water and Waste Group has over 30 years experience in researching advanced technologies for the treatment of urban and industrial wastewater.
Thanks to a multidisciplinary team that integrates knowledge of biology, biochemistry, mathematical modeling and engineering, the research group has capabilities for both experimental analysis and the development of simulation tools related to a wide range of treatment technologies for the removal and recovery of organic matter and nutrients in wastewater.
Ceit has extensive experience in a wide range of technologies, including:
Biological systems on fixed or mobile support for removal of organic matter and nutrients (biofilters, MBBR and other biofilm processes).
Biological systems in combination with membranes (MBR, AnMBR, advanced forward osmosis systems).
Advanced systems for the elimination of N and P (processes in suspension or with fixed biomass with different configurations, Anammox).
Development of technological solutions for the elimination of emerging compounds in wastewater.