Mollerup, Ane Loft1; Grum, Morten4; Muschalla, Dirk9; van Velzen, Edwin6; Vanrolleghem, Peter A.7; Mikkelsen, Peter Steen3; Sin, Gürkan8
1 Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark2 Computer Aided Process Engineering Center, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark3 Department of Environmental Engineering, Technical University of Denmark4 Krüger A/S5 Graz University of Technology6 Waterboard Hollandse Delta7 Université Laval8 Centre for oil and gas – DTU, Center, Technical University of Denmark9 Graz University of Technology
Applying integrated control to a sewer system and wastewater treatment plant often leads to additional benefits for both systems when compared to controlling them independently. However, barriers such as a lack of incentive for utilities to put this type of control in place mean that in practice integrated control of wastewater systems is rarely seen. Ane Loft Mollerup, Morten Grum, Dirk Muschalla, Edwin van Velzen, Peter Vanrolleghem, Peter Steen Mikkelsen and Gurkan Sin outline the benefits of integrated control of wastewater systems.