WRc plc makes its flagship dynamic wastewater treatment simulation software (STOAT) available as freeware

Posted: Tuesday 17th August 2010

As part of an initiative to encourage the uptake and understanding of wastewater treatment process modelling, WRc plc is to make its dynamic wastewater treatment modelling programme, STOAT, available as Freeware.

STOAT has been widely used for modelling wastewater, industrial effluent and biosolids treatment processes throughout the world by utilities, consultants and universities. In the past few years, modelling of wastewater treatment processes for design and optimisation has gained general acceptance in the water industry. However, commercial software packages still represent a significant financial investment which is precluding its universal uptake. WRc hopes, by making its commercial software package available as freeware through its own website, to encourage more use of dynamic modelling in design and optimisation leading to a better understanding of the fundamentals of wastewater treatment processes as a science.

Requests for a free copy of STOAT can be made by emailing freeware@wrcplc.co.uk or by going to the WRc website at www.wrcplc.co.uk/freeware/STOAT/downloadform.aspx.

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