Research in the Weavers Research Group is multi-pronged with expertise in developing water and hazardous waste treatment technologies, promoting innovation in the water industry and determining fate of emerging contaminants in water systems. Current research projects investigate ultrasound for treatment of contaminants of emerging concern, ultrasonic defouling of membranes, ultrasonic and ozone nanobubbles for control of harmful algal blooms, fate of poly- and per-fluoro alkyl substances, and developing design standards for emerging water technologies.

In our research we aim to understand technologies and processes at a fundamental level in order to improve and optimize systems for environmental applications.  We regularly collaborate with researchers in other disciplines.

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