LCA of brine effluent

According to United Nations, water is the primary medium through which we will feel the effects of climate change. Water availability is becoming less predictable in many places, and increased incidences of flooding threaten to destroy water points and sanitation facilities and contaminate water sources. In some regions, droughts are exacerbating water scarcity and thereby negatively impacting people’s health and productivity. Ensuring that everyone has access to sustainable water and sanitation services is a critical climate change mitigation strategy for the years ahead. In this MSc graduation project the aim is to investigate the environmental performances of the brine conversion. The environmental impacts under focus are the climate change, acidification eutrophication, biodiversity and land use.

Application Deadline: n/a
Where: CML Leiden / TU Delft
Suitable Programmes: Industrial Ecology

Juliet Bouw