Professor Elodie Passeport (CivMin, ChemE) and her team study how urban green infrastructure such as bioretention cells can remove microplastics and other emerging contaminants from stormwater
Household water pumps are a quirky feature of many urban water systems around the world. Utility operators hate them, and in many places they have been made illegal, yet their use remains widespread.
This low-cost smart sensor can help optimize interventions to improve water quality and public health
Data gathered from large-scale field trials can indicate which technologies or social interventions provide maximum benefit
Renewed Canada Research Chairs will power research into green chemistry and environmental remediation
Professors Elodie Passeport (CivMin, ChemE) and Ya-Huei (Cathy) Chin (ChemE) have both received renewed Canada Research Chairs
Recent U of T Engineering graduates spin off Corridor Water Technologies to help farmers around the world make the most of limited water resources
Genomic study reveals the complex interactions between bacteria and viruses in industrial wastewater