25 May 2022
The CIWEM South Eastern branch are delighted to join the Castle Debates for a discussion on the state of our rivers and other waterways.
The most common sources of pollution of our waters in the UK are:
a) sewage from domestic and industrial processes;
b) agricultural effluent, e.g. from use of pesticides and fertilisers;
c) oil pollution, e.g. spillage and loss from storage facilities;
d) radioactive waste, e.g. industrial, medical and domestic sources;
e) fly tipping in rivers; and
f) marine pollution from waste dumping and waste washed from land e.g. plastics.
The Debate will describe the issues in detail and discuss the various remedies to improve the quality of these wetland habitats.
Part of the CIWEM Pollution digital series.
Register for 25 May 2022
Pamela Castle, OBE
Amy Pryor | Technical Director | Thames Estuary Partnership
Nick Mills | Head of the Storm Overflow Task Force | Southern water
Alastair Chisholm | Director of Policy | CIWEM, The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
This event is open to members and non-members of CIWEM.
Bookings will be taken through Eventbrite.
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If you have any queries about this debate, please contact Pamela Castle at email@example.com.
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