Unprecedented Efficacy in Purifying Water of Pharmaceuticals: TAML/Peroxide Power
Join Dr. Terrence Collins, Professor and Director of the Institute for Green Science at CMU, USA, for an illuminating session on "Filtration's Impact on the Future of our Planet" scheduled for December 6, 2023. In this session, Dr. Collins will present a groundbreaking development in TAML-activated peroxide, focusing on its unparalleled efficacy in removing micropollutants (MPs) from wastewater. The presentation is titled 'Unprecedented Efficacy in Purifying Water of Pharmaceuticals: TAML/Peroxide Power.'
Dr. Terrence (Terry) J. Collins, Hon FRSNZ, is the Teresa Heinz Professor of Green Chemistry and the Director of the Institute for Green Science at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (IGS: https://www.cmu.edu/igs/). Terry was born and raised in Auckland, New Zealand, and is a citizen of both New Zealand and the United States. He holds numerous academic and public awards and is the lead inventor of TAML activators, small-molecule, functional replicas of the peroxidase enzymes that mimic mechanistically and outperform the enzymes. Terry taught the first course in green chemistry, now called “Chemistry and Sustainability”, which he has been developing iteratively since 1992.
Welcome and Brief from Dr. Collins Dive into the full spectrum of the WFI 2023 Program here, encompassing 24 diverse topics across four enlightening sessions: Session 1: New Regulations and Demands for Clean Air and Water Session 2: Advanced Technologies for Next-Generation Filtration Solutions Session 3: Sustainable Filtration Solutions for a Circular Economy Session 4: Filtration's Impact on the Future of Our Planet Don't miss this unique opportunity to connect with world-leading experts in filtration, clean air and water solutions, fostering a healthier and more sustainable environment. Reserve Your Seat Now to immerse yourself in the excitement of the Filtration Summit, where innovation converges with industry excellence and emerging opportunities.