Join us to hear from our presenters about interactions between microbial communities in biosolid-amended soils and how we keep PFAS out of reclaimed waters and biosolids.
When two tribes go to War: Interactions Between Microbial Communities in Biosolid-Amended Soils Dr Cameron Reid, CSIRO Early Research Career Fellow
Cameron is a computational biologist within the Microbiomes for One Systems Health Future Science Platform at CSIRO. His research is focused on understanding how microbes mediate the benefit of biosolids to soils and crops, and how organic pollutants in wastewater might affect this function. Insights developed from his research could be harnessed to develop microbe-focused technologies that boost the benefits of biosolids and ameliorate risks associated with organic pollutants
How Do We Keep PFAS out of Reclaimed Waters and Biosolids Dr Mark Bowman, Technical Director Contamination Assessment and Remediation, GHD
Dr Mark Bowman is a recognised scientist, innovator, and leader driving change for an environment safe from contaminants. Mark was the National Technical Director for the Australian Department of Defence’s contamination programs and previously led teams in the national environmental regulator the Australian Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water delivering chemical environmental impact assessments and policy.
Mark is currently a GHD Technical Director within the Contamination Service line in Sydney where he supports a range of government and private sector clients responding to chemicals in the environment including the impacts of PFAS on soil and water.
Wednesday 14 June
12:00pm to 1:00pm AEST
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