Chelsea Wald - "Pipe Dream to Mainstream: Reporting on the Urine Revolution"
Science journalist Chelsea Wald is the author of the book Pipe Dreams: The Urgent Global Quest to Transform the Toilet (Avid Reader Press/Simon & Schuster, 2021) and the Nature feature The urine revolution: how recycling pee could help to save the world (2022).
Jiaxi Jiang, University of Technology Sydney
Feasibility study of powdered activated carbon membrane bioreactor (PAC-MBR) for source-separated urine treatment: a comparison with MBR
Weonjung Sohn, University of Technology Sydney
Membrane bioreactor and reverse osmosis hybrid process for a green fertiliser production
Sudeep Popat, Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences, Clemson University
Electrochemical urine stabilization with concomitant phosphorus recovery using magnesium anodes and peroxide-producing cathodes
Greg Caporaso, Northern Arizona University
Bacterial succession in human fecal waste composting
Cristiane Kopp, Laufen Bathrooms AG
Valentin Aubois-Liogier, CITERES/DATE, University of Tours
Urocyclus, Overview of an Ongoing Urine Recycling Project
Nadège de Chambrier, VunaNexus AG
VunaNexus: examples of large scale applications of urine nitrification
Sarah Neher, Syracuse University
A glimpse into global sanitation justice initiatives
Umakanth Badeti, University of Technology Sydney
Estimation of energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and process design for pretreatment of source separated urine at a decentralised wastewater treatment plant
Luis Perez-Mercado; Prithvi Simha, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Universidad Mayor de San Simon
Nutrient stocks, flows and balances for the Bolivian agri-food system: Can recycling human urine close the nutrient circularity gap?
Jennifer McConville, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Egestabase – Navigating technologies for recovery and reuse of plant nutrients from human excreta and wastewater