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- Membrane technology, including membrane bioreactors
- Water and wastewater treatment technologies
- Sludge treatment technologies
About Simon Judd - Judd Water and Wastewater Consultants
Simon Judd (trading as Judd Water and Wastewater Consultants) is Professor of Membrane Technology at Cranfield University in the UK, and held a professorial position at Qatar University until September 2018.
Simon has worked in the field of water and wastewater treatment research since the mid 1980s and is an acknowledged specialist in membrane technology and membrane bioreactors specifically.
Simon has written a number of text books on water and wastewater treatment. He is author of Watermaths, a textbook for undergraduates and practitioners on maths for water and wastewater treatment technologies, and two editions of The MBR Book, published by Elsevier in 2006 and 2011. His most recent books are Industrial MBRs − an overview of membrane bioreactors for industrial applications, published in October 2014 – and the third edition of Watermaths, published in November 2019. Simon also writes a regular blog on The MBR Site, which he co-owns and for which he acts as technical contributor.
Simon is an experienced lecturer and presenter and has developed and delivered a range of short courses, including the two-day MBR short course, both at Cranfield University and around the world. Short courses on a range of wastewater subjects can be tailored to clients’ requirements on request and either delivered locally or on line.
Simon conducts research into wastewater technologies, specialising in membrane bioreactors and produced water, and provides consultancy on water and wastewater treatment to clients across the globe.
Clients have included technology suppliers, international consultancies and end users in North America, Europe, the Middle East and the Far East. Projects range from the development of novel membrane technologies (including pilot testing), to troubleshooting large municipal MBRs, conducting literature and market reviews and offering bespoke advice relating to water and wastewater treatment.
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