Your Future with Clean Urban Water
A STEMinar presentation by Venkata Gullapalli, UofL.
The Water Treatment Pilot Plant is one of five (5) green engineering components at Beargrass falls. In a collaborative effort by UofL, UK, KIESD, MSD, Louisville Parks and Recreation, and District 9; the pilot water treatment plant uses no fossil fuels to treat Beargrass creek water and also helps increase the Dissolved Oxygen (DO) Concentration in the creek. At this month’s STEMinar learn how the Water Treatment Pilot Plant treats the water we use every day at Beargrass creek and how these methods could produce some of the most efficiently clean water to date!
This is a FREE event!
About the Presenter:
Had my under-graduate education from India. moved to Louisville for my graduate education. I graduated with my MS and PhD from Civil Engineering department at University of Louisville. While working on the project I have conducted educational sessions on urban waterways, water treatment to school students in collaboration with Get Outdoors Ky. I now work for Metro Parks and Recreation as Civil Engineer. I worked with high school students for their science fair projects. They won regional and state level science fair competitions.