Leeds to host industrial short courses on industrial air pollution monitoring, thermal treatment of municipal waste and energy from biomass combustion
Sep 04 2020
If you are looking to start 2021 by boosting your professional development, in January and February the University of Leeds is running three industrial short courses as part of its Energy, Environmental and Waste Management portfolio: Energy from Biomass Combustion, Thermal Treatment of Municipal Waste and Industrial Air Pollution Monitoring.
The Energy from Biomass Combustion course takes place from 12th – 14th January 2021 and is ideal for anyone needing a sound understanding of the fundamentals and practicalities of: the basics of solid biomass combustion; dedicated biomass installations; solid biomass for electricity generation; biogas and landfill gas for process heat and power generation and sustainability of biomass supply chains.
The Thermal Treatment of Municipal Waste course on 25th – 26th January provides an introduction for all those considering the thermal treatment option for the disposal of municipal and solid waste and give a detailed coverage of the various thermal treatment processes and associated issues. The course covers regulations; emissions control, sampling and analysis; technologies; health and economic issues and much more.
Both of the above courses are now available to book and University of Leeds will be opening registrations in the next few weeks for the Industrial Air Pollution Monitoring course which takes place 22nd – 24th February.
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