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.
Recent U of T Engineering graduates spin off Corridor Water Technologies to help farmers around the world make the most of limited water resources
Edwards, a pioneer in anaerobic biotechnology, has been recognized with one of the country’s most prestigious honours
U of T Engineering students worked with local partners to design a barrier against saltwater incursion
U of T researchers have developed a chemically modified sponge that can remove oil microdroplets from wastewater with more than 90% efficiency in just 10 minutes