Mining wastewater and making electrification green

Dr. Vikram Yadav joins Resource Works' Eco Innovators podcast to discuss opportunities presented by emerging mining wastewater treatment technologies.

Dr. Vikramaditya G. Yadav joined the Eco Innovators podcast. Photo from Tersa Earth.

Welcome to Eco Innovators, a Resource Works podcast providing in-depth conversations with Canada's foremost thought leaders shaping the future of energy and natural resources.

Eco Innovators looks at how responsible development of natural resources drives innovation in the lynchpin sectors of our economy while maintaining a clean and healthy environment.

In our second episode, host Stewart Muir welcomes Dr. Vikramaditya G. Yadav, an associate professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and the School of Biomedical Engineering at the University of British Columbia (UBC). This episode series examines Vikram's work in various fields ranging from COVID-19 vaccines to mining wastewater treatment.

As the world strives to electrify more and more of the global economy, critical minerals and energy transition metals will be needed more than ever, and that means more mines. Fortunately, Vikram believes he may have an answer to the troubles of mining wastewater and tailings ponds.

Join us on our journey to better understanding energy in the 21st century by gaining valuable insights from Canada’s leading experts, entrepreneurs, and innovators in the energy and natural resources industry.

The Eco Innovators podcast is available for free on Spotify and all the major podcast platforms.

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