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Dr. Devendra Saroj
Co-Lead, Project NexCities
Dr. Devendra Saroj is a faculty member of the University of Surrey and is the Co-Lead Proponent for Project NexCities. Prior to joining Surrey, Devendra worked at UNESCO-IHE (Delft, Netherlands) as a Lecturer in Wastewater Engineering. Devendra graduated in Civil and Environmental Engineering, with B.Tech. from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Roorkee (India), M.Tech. (Environmental Engineering) from IIT-Kanpur (India), and a PhD in Environmental Engineering from University of Trento (Italy).
Converting wastewater into nutrient-rich fertilizer for a better city of the future