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Public lecture on ‘Future Trends in Wastewater Treatment and Reuse’


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The Building Services Engineering Sectional Committee of the Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka has organised a public lecture on ‘Future Trends in Wastewater Treatment and Reuse’ to address this current and significant issue. 

Specialist in wastewater management, Engineer Dhanesh Gunathilaka of National Water supply and Drainage Board will deliver the keynote at the event.  

The lecture will be held on Wednesday, 12 December at Wimalasurendra Auditorium of Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka, Wijerama Mawatha, Colombo 7 from 5:15 p.m. Entrance is free. 

Live streaming is also available on YouTube under ‘IESL Livestream’ for those who are unable to attend the event. 


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