New Developments in Sustainable Phosphorus Management: Taking the P out of Pollution
Tuesday 27th September 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
A conference to examine new developments and emerging issues in the field of sustainable P management. The programme will give the latest EU and UK policy background. It will then examine some of the new catchment-based approaches to managing agricultural P, concentrating on the latest findings from the demonstration test catchments and considering future risks and opportunities.
It will then give the water industry perspective – reporting on the current national trials of P removal technologies and moving beyond removal to P recycling and recovery. It will also examine the potential need for source control measures for P in drinking water and P in food and food additives.
The final session will examine how working together at national and catchment scales can achieve the aims of more sustainable use of P and minimise pollution.
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This event has received the approval of The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management and will contribute to your CPD.
The Royal Society of Chemistry, London
9:00am - 5:00pm
Chris Thornton, European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform, Cynthia Carliell-Marquet, Birmingham University, Simon Leaf, Environment Agency, Phil Haygarth, Lancaster University, James Grischeff, Natural England, Paul Withers, Bangor University, Peter Vale, Severn Trent Water, Professor Daren Gooddy, British Geological Survey, Professor Ralph Early, Arlin Rickard, The Rivers Trust, Linda May, CEH Edinburgh, Ruth Barden, Wessex Water, Matthew Hampshire, Defra & Malcom Bailey, Link2Energy