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M.Eng.

Till Jaworski

Research Assistant (WGW)
Institute for Sanitary Engineering, Water Quality and Solid Waste Management
Chair of Sanitary Engineering and Water Recycling

Contact

+49 711 685-63738
+49 711 685-63729

Bandtäle 2
70569 Stuttgart (Büsnau)
Deutschland
Room: 0.005 EG

Subject

Areas of expertise

  • Integration of sustainable urban water management elements into the planning process of individual urban districts
  • Identification, evaluation and use of alternative urban water resources (rainwater, grey water, runoff from lightly polluted traffic areas, groundwater drainage, etc.)
  • Modeling and improvement of combined reservoir strategies and techniques for rainwater harvesting and heavy rain flood prevention

 

  1. 2020

    1. Well, Friederike; Morandi, Carlo; Richter, Philipp (2020): Regen-und Grauwasser als alternative Wasserquelle für Vertikalbegrünung, in: GebäudeGrün, (GebäudeGrün), Nr. 3, S. 20–23.
  2. 2019

    1. Krauss, M.; Wasielewski, S; Richter, P.; u. a. (2019): Integrated water management and water reuse solutions for prosperous metropolitan regions tackling water scarcity, in: Fair Project: TRUST Drinking Water Supply in Prospering Water Shortage Regions in a Sustainable und Ecologically Sound Manner (Hrsg.),.
  3. 2018

    1. Rott, E.; Kuch, B.; Richter, P.; u. a.; International journal of environmental research und public health (Hrsg.) (2018): Influence of Ammonium Ions, Organic Load and Flow Rate on the UV/Chlorine AOP Applied to Effluent of a Wastewater Treatment Plant at Pilot Scale, in: International journal of environmental research and public health, (International journal of environmental research and public health), Jg. 15, Nr. 6, doi: 10.3390/ijerph15061276.
    2. Rott, Eduard; Kuch, Bertram; Richter, Philipp; u. a. (2018): Removal of emerging contaminants and estrogenic activity from wastewater treatment plant effluent with UV/chlorine and UV/H2O2 advanced oxidation treatment at pilot scale, International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (2018), No. 935, doi: 10.18419/OPUS-10230.
  4. 2015

    1. Richter, Philipp (2015): Auswirkungen innovativer Wasserspartechnik auf den häuslichen Trinkwasserbedarf,.
  5. 2014

    1. Richter, Philipp (2014): Analyse der Auswirkungen wassersparender Haushaltstechnik, Neuartiger Sanitärsysteme, Regenwassernutzung und Grauwasserrecycling auf den häuslichen Trinkwasserbedarf, (Diplomarbeit) Universität Stuttgart.
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