Course: Community Wastewater Reuse with HRAP

HRAP or High Rate Algal Ponds enable efficient, natural, low-energy-consumption water treatment systems.

Rural communities, in the absence of major utility engagement, are frequently responsible for their own wastewater treatment. To avoid adverse effects on public health and the environment treatment systems are required to be resilient and sustainable. High rate algal ponds are efficient, natural, low energy consumption treatment systems which offer considerable advantages compared to similar lagoon based systems frequently adopted by these communities.

Date: Wednesday, 26 September, 2018 - Thursday, 27 September, 2018

Location: Loxton Research Centre

Contact: Trevor Pillar


Howard Fallowfield

Flinders University

Howard is an aquatic microbial ecologist. His research focus is health aspects of water quality, which has been conducted across a range of aquatic environments including drinking water, wastewater an... Read more


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