Nanoscale Energy and Surface Engineering, Milton Keynes Videos

Videos by Nanoscale Energy and Surface Engineering in Milton Keynes. Nanoscale Energy research group led by Prof Satheesh Krishnamurthy and his team on Engineering nanomaterials for textile waste water treatment, energy storage and recycling of batteries.

Water is simple but it is yet so powerful. Wastewater from manufacturing or chemical processes in industries contributes to water pollution. Industrial waste water usually contains specific and readily identifiable chemical compounds. Water pollution is concentrated within a few subsectors, mainly in the form of toxic wastes and organic pollutants..

Waste2Fresh we address the issue with the focus on the textile industry that produces 20 per cent of global wastewater which affects the ecosystems, animals, human food chains and soil/groundwater pollution. Water pollution is a major problem in our textile industry.

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