National Infrastructure Matters: Designing a Net Zero Waste Water Treatment Plant

May 13, 2024 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Møller Institute, Storey’s Way, Cambridge, CB3 0DE

The CFCI are delighted to welcome Mike Dexter and colleagues to present Anglian Water’s
ambitious plans for a modern, low carbon waste water treatment plant to provide vital
services for the community and environment, recycle water and nutrients, produce green
energy and help Greater Cambridge to grow sustainably.

The treatment plant, as well as being operationally net zero carbon, will be energy neutral. It
is designed to adapt to changing social and environmental priorities, increasing resilience to
storm flows and flooding and provide a long-term solution to how we best treat waste water
for a growing population. The relocation will enable South Cambridgeshire District Council
and Cambridge City Council to develop a new low-carbon city district on Cambridge’s last
major brownfield site in North East Cambridge.

The evening will commence with a drinks reception at 6pm, followed by a further opportunity
to mix with colleagues, Trustees and presenters following the meeting

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