Palinsesto Convegnistico
  • Mercoledì 8 Novembre 2023
  • 09:30 - 17:30
  • Memo
  • Agorà Tiberio - Water Cycle Area pad. B8
  • italiano
  • a cura di Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee & UTILITALIA, Marche Polytechnic University, University of Brescia, IRSA-CNR (Water Research Institute - National Research Council), ASSOARPA
  • with speeches and posters from the Call for Papers 2023

The revised draft of the UWWTD introduced highly challenging objectives and targets which should finally results in new obligations to better control pollution related to urban runoff and stormwater management, impose stricter standards for nutrient removal and require advanced, quaternary, treatment for the removal of micropollutants (together with a system of extended producer responsibility targeting pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, considered the most abundant emerging pollutants). To align the directive with the Green Deal's ambitions, an energy neutrality obligation would be introduced for wastewater treatment plants, together with appropriate sludge management (i.e biogas production) enhancing circularity. In this context, even the difference between discharge- and reuse-oriented wastewater treatment systems might be less relevant. Finally, impacts on sewage sludge quality and fate can be also expected, which has to be considered for the sewage sludge directive revision. This workshop will focus on these topics, with different thematic sessions on micropollutants, energy neutrality, and water reuse.

Session Chairs

Giorgio Bertanza, University of Brescia
Camilla Maria Braguglia, IRSA-CNR (Water Research Institute - National Research Council)
Francesco Fatone, Marche Polytechnic University
Tania Tellini, UTILITALIA (Italian federation of energy, water and environmental services)

Programme

9.30-10.00 Registration and introduction by the Chairs

10.00-10.20 The revision of the UWWTD directive: what, when and how?
Silvia Bartolini and Michel Sponar, DG ENV, European Commission (online)

10.20-10.40 The national challenges and the roadmap for UWWTD implementation
Angiolo Martinelli, Italian Ministry of Environment and Energy Security

10.40-11.00 Challenges, objectives and roadmap of the Extraordinary Commissioner for Wastewater Treatment to terminate the infringement procedure for UWWTD
Fabio Fatuzzo, Commissario Straordinario Unico per la Depurazione

11.00-11.20 Italian data, facts and figures on selected policy options
Federica Costantino, Utilitalia

11.30-13.00 Micropollutants in UWW

11.30-11.50 Progress in monitoring and controlling micropollutants in UWWTPs
Anna Lutman, Arpa Friuli Venezia Giulia – AssoArpa

Speeches selected from the Call for Papers

11.50-12.05 Integration of biological and ozonation models for the Eindhoven WWTP for optimal micropollutants removal, minimal bromate formation, and improved effluent quality
G. Bellandi, R. Muoio, S. Daneshgar, E. Torfs, R. Schemen, P. van Dijk, S. Weijers, U. Rehman, W. Audenaert, AM-TEAM and Biomath (Belgium); Waterschap De Dommel (Netherland)

12.05-12.20 Removal of contaminants of emerging concern from municipal wastewater: activated sludge process vs. MULESL system
M. De Sanctis, V.G. Altieri, C. De Ceglie, S. Murgolo, G. Mascolo, and C. Di Iaconi, CNR, Istituto di Ricerca Sulle Acque (IRSA), Bari, Italy, Istituto di Ricerca per la Protezione Idrogeologica (IRPI), Bari, Italy

12.20-12.35 Trattamenti avanzati delle acque reflue per la rimozione dei contaminanti emergenti (CECs)
S. Leoni, G. Cecchini, A. Frugis, M. Lazzazzara, G. Valentina, A. Chiavola, C. Di Marcantonio, M. R. Boni, Acea Elabori S.p.A. ed Università La Sapienza di Roma - Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile, Edile e Ambientale

12.35-12.50 Advanced processes for PFAS degradation in landfill leachate treatment
Edoardo Slavik - Erica Srl, Claudio Di Iaconi - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto di Ricerca sulle Acque,  Silvia Franz - Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Chimica, Materiali e Ingegneria Chimica “Giulio Natta”

13.00-14.00 Break

14.00-16.00 Nutrient removal and recovery, impact and solutions on sludge management

14.00-14.20 Nutrient challenges in the proposed revision of UWWTD and possible solutions to integrate treatment plants
Roberto Canziani, Polytechnic University of Milan

14.20-14.40 Recovery in agriculture of sewage sludge and other organic matrices: a comparison
Giorgio Bertanza, University of Brescia

14.40-15.00 Wastewater discharge or reuse? How can to plan wastewater management at territorial level?
Francesco Maffini, Hera SpA 

Speeches selected from the Call for Papers

15.00-15.15 Optimizing phosphorous chemical precipitation with KemConnect P
J. Ruiz, Kemira Ibérica

15.15-15.30 Una nuova tecnologia poligenerativa dimostrata per il trattamento efficiente dei fanghi di depurazione
D. Basso, G. Mazzoletti, L. Zanetti, F. Longobardo, V. Favaron, F. Bellunato, A. Blanco, R. Pavanetto - HBI srl (Italia)

15.30-15.45 Sfide e prospettive che la revisione della direttiva UWWTD pone nella gestione del ciclo idrico integrato - l'esperienza di GRUPPO CAP
M. Platè, Cap Holding spa (Italia)

15.45-16.00 La valorizzazione sostenibile dei fanghi di depurazione civile delle acque reflue
R.Pappa, G. D'Aquila, S. Lifone, G. Giaramida, M. Botta,  G.Ilardo,  A.Patania - Eni Rewind

16.00-17.30 Session: Territorial carbon and energy footprinting, neutrality and masterplanning

16.00-16.20 How should we measure? Energy and carbon footprint in UWWTPs: standard methods and best practices
Anna Laura Eusebi and Francesco Fatone, Marche Polytechnic University

16.20-16.50 The experience of the water utilities
Giovanni Vargiu, Gruppo CAP SpA Carbon Footprint
Pierpaolo Florian, ALTO TREVIGIANO SERVIZI
Andrea Aliscioni, MM SpA energy neutrality

Speeches selected from the Call for Papers

16.50-17.05 Fulfilling the Urban WasteWater Directive through waste-wastewater-energy nexus: an LCA assessment
G. Mancini (University of Catania), L. Lombardi (Niccolò Cusano University), D. Bolzonella (University of Verona), D. Fino (Polytechnic of Turin)

17.05-17.35 Stormwater management 

17.05-17.20 Stormwater and urban runoff management: catchment-wide case studies and innovations in Horizon Europe WATERUN
F. Fatone, M. Sgroi, L. De Simoni, A. L. Eusebi, Università Politecnica delle Marche – C. Carini, C. Bollettini, M. Tonelli, CIIP SpA

17.20-17.30 Discussion and closure by the Chairs

POSTER SESSION

1. Impianti sostenibili e innovativi: la Bio Piattaforma del Gruppo Cap certificata Envision platinum
Silvia Ciraci - ICMQ S.p.A. Società Benefit

2. Politiche e approcci per la pianificazione e il monitoraggio degli interventi infrastrutturali irrigui per il riutilizzo delle acque reflue depurate in agricoltura
Marianna Ferrigno, Veronica Manganiello, Raffaella Pergamo, Myriam Ruberto, Marica Furini, Luca Adolfo Folino, Nadia Crisponi (CREA Politiche e Bioeconomia)

3. Il modello GINEVRA: Agricoltura, Tracciabilità e Sostenibilità
Elisa Casaletta Evergreen Italia Srl- Gruppo Fratelli Visconti

4. Depuratore biologico efficiente e Compressori efficienti: binomio fondamentale
Davide Viganò - Aerzen Italia Srl

5. Studio e sviluppo di una metodologia per il campionamento e la determinazione delle microplastiche in impianti di depurazione in scala reale
Guzzinati R.*, Cellamare C. M.*, Casu S.*, Busi S.*, Petta L.*, Sighicelli M.**, Armiento G.**, M. Lazzazzara***, M.Castellani***, A. Frugis***., G.Cecchini*** * ENEA Laboratorio Tecnologie per l'uso e gestione efficiente di acqua e reflui, Centro Ricerche Bologna ** ENEA Divisione Protezione del Territorio, Centro Ricerca Casaccia *** ACEA Elabori S.p.A, Roma

6. Eni Rewind's Blue Water – Technology
Manlio Rossini (ENI Rewind)