The top researchers and innovative experts of nutrient recovery and removal are joining forces in Finland for IWA’s Nutrient Recovery & Removal –conference organized by Aalto University and HSY. Besides the amazing conference at 8.-12.6.2020, the four days will contain visits to nutrient recovery and removal implementations in Helsinki and Porvoo. The themes of the conference will cover removal and recovery of nitrogen, phosphorus and carbon in wastewater treatment and natural waters, environmental effects of nutrient removal, optimization and modelling of nutrient treatment processes, sludge management and the development of recovered nutrient products. Early bird fee is valid before mid March!
Read more: www.iwa-nrr.org
Green Talks LIVE webinar the Financing water services in Europe now and in the future: Needs and capabilities
The conferences on Large Wastewater Treatment Plants (LWWTP) are the most traditional specialised conferences organized by IWA specialist groups.
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The Urban Resilience in a context of Climate Change (URCC) Conference, organised in the framework of the RESCCUE project, will take place in Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site, in Barcelona (Spain) on 9-10 March 2020.
The EU Water Innovation Conference 2019 (EUWIC) will be held on December 12, in Zaragoza, Spain. It will be on the theme of:
"Accelerating action to tackle water pollution and enhance EU preparedness to water-related climate change impacts" #EUWIC
The European Commission aims to raise awareness about the need and urgency to improve water management across the European Union towards a water-smart society. This high-level event will feed innovators minds with best practices and innovative approaches at technical, governance and policy levels.
This will be the 5th EIP Water Conference, after Brussels (2013), Barcelona (2014), Leeuwarden (2016) and Porto (2017), and shall build upon the European Innovation Partnership (EIP Water)’s efforts so far to foster innovation in the water sector and overcome the main existing barriers. At the same time, it is a stepping stone into the future, as the current EIP Water is planned to end in 2020, and it will likely be followed by new actions to address water-related challenges, secure enhanced compliance with the EU water acquis and foster the research-policy interface, whilst strengthening partnerships for joint efforts.
The city of Zaragoza was selected as a host city after a pan-European competition won by the Region of Aragon (Spain).
Aragon’s proposal builds on a strong legacy of hosting the water-focused World Expo in 2008, and a strong institutional, entrepreneur and civil society engagement in water. Zaragoza and the conference venue are located at the Ebro river banks, and Aragon faces many of the today’s and tomorrow’s challenges on water management, including pollution, floods, scarcity and droughts. At the same time, Aragon is a dynamic region, with strong innovation activities related to the circular economy and sustainability. Zaragoza is a recognized congress city with important events such as Smagua International Water and Irrigation exhibition.
CIWEM and the University of East London invite you attend their conference on Emerging ideas in water emergency management.
This is a follow up of the First ICRAPHE international conference organized in Paris, September 8-9, 2016 by Prof. Yves Levi.