Dr. Daniel Yeh (right) and his graduate students pose with USF officials in front of the NEWgenerator.

A team of University of South Florida students, led by engineering professor Daniel Yeh, have created the NEWgenerator – a patented device that could help developing countries by turning wastewater and other waste into reusable, beneficial products. See where the NEWgenerator is being field-tested on University Beat on WUSF TV.


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USF's Dr. Daniel Yeh Talks About the NEWgenerator

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How USF's NEWgenerator Can Grow Plants

Daniel Yeh, an Associate Professor in the USF College of Engineering, talks about the purpose of the NEWgenerator, how it works, why it's being field-tested in India, and what he sees for its future use.

USF Environmental Engineering doctoral student Jorge Calabria describes how the NEWgenerator can be used to grow plants.

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Dr. Daniel Yeh
Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

USF Membrane Biotechnology Laboratory website

University Beat radio report story on NEWgenerator

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Mark Schreiner

Mark Schreiner has been the producer and reporter for "University Beat" on WUSF 89.7 FM since 2001 and on WUSF TV from 2007-2017. In addition to serving as a producer, reporter, host and assistant news director, he serves as Intern Coordinator for WUSF News. Mark has worked as an anchor, reporter and producer at radio stations in Tampa and his native Chicago since 1992. He graduated from Columbia College in Chicago with a BA in Telecommunications/Radio in 1994.

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