• Cambridge Museum of Technology (map)
  • Cheddars Lane
  • Cambridge, England, CB5 8LD
  • United Kingdom

Open to members and public

Berrak Gokay (formerly of Anglian Water), will share her research on the development of Cambridge’s sewage system and pumping station during the second half of the 19th century.  Berrak has been searching the archives to discover how a number of eminent engineers, including Joseph Bazalgette, contributed to the debate on how to clean up the River Cam.

The event will comprise an illustrated talk (with slides) followed by questions and answers.

All welcome!
Free to members of Cambridge Museum of Technology
£3 public admission

About Berrak Gokay: Berrak is a chartered chemical engineer and a Fellow of IChemE.  Berrak retired Anglian Water in 2016 after 26 years' service in various roles, from process engineer to commissioning manager.