||Reuse of Recycled Grey Wastewater in Green Roofs: A Sustainable Strategy to Improve Water Urban Availability.|
||University of Balamand (UOB) - Lebanon
University of Lleida (UdL) - Spain
||Dr. Makram El Bachawati - UOB
Prof. Gabriel Perez - UdL
||October 14, 2022.|
||Ocotober 26-29, 2022.|
||November 01, 2022.|
Description of the subject
Green roofs are systems that fother vegetation growth on top of a flat or slightly–sloped roof. Green roofs are also known as vegetative or eco–roofs. They fall into three main categories: extensive, intensive, and semi–intensive. Extensive green roofs have shallow growing mediums (less than six inches) and are often not accessible. Green roofs offer numerous benefits to densely populated urban areas, such as cooling, air filtering, and improved aesthetics. However, plants in these systems are high water consumers making such systems particularly unsuitable for water-scarce arid environments most in need of passive cooling and urban greening. Integrated grey wastewater treatment in these structures provides a possible solution, providing plants with water and other required nutrients and organics. Greywater, stormwater, and blackwater are three types of sewage. In general, grey water is the wastewater generated from hand basins, bathtubs, showers, kitchen sinks, and laundry machines in households, office buildings, schools, hospitals, etc., without input from toilets. Grey wastewater also consists of wastewater disposed of in laboratories using water in blood tests and rinsing using X-ray films.
The approach adopted in the framework of this thesis is based on three complementary parts:
Keywords: Green roofs; Environment; Water management; Water reuse; Green building technologies.
Profile of the candidate
Modality of the application
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Candidates who pass Stage 2 will be invited for an online presentation from 26-29 October 2022.
The Ph.D. thesis will start on November 01, 2022.
The UNIVERSITY OF BALAMAND (LEBANON)
in collaboration with
the UNIVERSITY OF LA ROCHELLE (FRANCE) & UNIVERSITAT DE LLEIDA (SPAIN)
are offering 3 Ph.D. opportunities within the framework
of the SWaTH Project.
N.B: Each applicant can apply for up to 3 PhD theses by creating 3 different applications