Power from Poo

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Technical lecture
19 September 2018 18:15 - 20:00
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In his presentation David Linsell, of Thames Water, will give a company overview and talk about geographic coverage, customers, volumes of clean and waste water, tonnes of dry solid material for disposal. He will move on to sewage treatment covering historical development, basic elements in a sewage works, sludge processing, anaerobic digestion, pasteurisation and thermal hydrolysis. He will then cover power generation and combined heat and power plant.

This event is free to attend and is open to non members.
Refreshments from 6pm for a 6.30pm start to the presentation.

East Croydon United Reformed Church Halls are close to East Croydon railway station and tram stop. Some parking is also available in the church car park after 5.30 pm. However, due to building works in the adjacent property, parking will be very limited. So, if possible, please travel by public transport.
The meeting hall is behind the church, entrance to the hall is via a door to the right of the church main entrance doors. The meeting will be in the Small Hall. Access to the car park will be via the car park exit on the right hand side of the church. Parking on the right hand side of the church is not permitted and you will need to drive to the far end of the right hand car park, then down an alleyway to the left hand side of the church.
Any questions please contact Malcolm Saunders via the "send a message" link at the bottom of the page who can send you a site plan.


David Linsell BSc MSc FIMarEST FIMechE NIDGTE CDipAF is a Chartered Marine and Mechanical Engineer who started his career in the Royal Navy. After leaving the Navy he worked in an engineering consultancy on a wide variety of projects. He now works for Thames Water as a CHP Specialist.


East Croydon United Reformed Church Halls
Addiscombe Grove
United Kingdom

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Malcolm Saunders
United Kingdom
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