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Wednesday 9th October, Liège University (city centre, place du 20 août)
Back-to-back to ECSM’19 (European Conference on Sludge Management), Liège 6-8 October 2019 https://events.uliege.be/ecsm2019/
University of Liège (Salle Académique, bâtiment A1 central, place du 20 août )
In Liège historic city centre, <30 mins walk or <10 mins direct bus from the rail station (Guillermins), which is 45 mins – one hour direct train from Brussels (Gare de Midi or Centrale) or from Brussels Airport. https://www.campus.uliege.be/cms/c_1756284/fr/campus-de-liege-centre-ville-zone-du-20-aout
Objectives and content
In the context of the current revision of EU water policy (Water Framework Directive, Waste Water Treatment Directive), enable dialogue between the water industry, experts and policy makers (EU, national) on perspectives for phosphorus removal:
- low discharge consents
- flexible permitting / emissions trading
- P-removal from small sewage works
- Water companies and utilities, water boards
- Water treatment engineering companies
- Regulators and policy makers: national, regional, European
- Experts, consultants, researchers, stakeholders
- Technology suppliers: P-removal systems, P monitoring equipment...
Technology suppliers and RTD projects will be able to present their processes, innovation and research on stands during the day.
You can find the programme here.
All up to date inforamtion can be found at the workshop page: www.phosphorusplatform.eu/Premovalworkshop
Maria Albuquerque, Veolia
Perspectives for phosphorus removal in the sewage works of the future – optimised energy and resource recovery – from the starting point of today’s infrastructure
Leon Korving, WETSUS
The interaction between iron and phosphorus: often overlooked but key to sewage treatment and water quality
Patricia Aubeuf-Prieur, Kemira
It’s not just about hardware – accompanying optimisation of P-removal and wwtp operation with monitoring, software and expertise
Trudy Higgins, ‘Marine Environment and Water Industry’, European Commission DG Environment
EU water policy update – preliminary outcomes of Urban Waste Water Framework Directive Evaluation and Water Policy Fitness Check
Laura Rossi, Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority (HSY), Finland
The road from 4 mgP/l to 0.1 mgP/l, optimising chemical precipitation, reliability and permitting
Daniel Klein, EGLV (Emschergenossenshaft & Lippeverband) water boards, Germany
Achieving low P discharge in existing/upgrading sewage works
Pia Ryrfors, VEAS, Norway
Ultra-compact wastewater treatment plant with high phosphorus recovery yield
Thomas Bugge, Suez, Denmark
Upgrading sewage works at Skanderborg and Aarhus (Aaby and Marselisborg) for low phosphorus discharge, addressing stormwaters and synergy with phosphorus recycling.
Jeroen Deurinck, Aquafin, Flanders
Targeting projects to achieve cost-effective low nutrient emissions
Lydia O’Shea, Wessex Water, UK
Experience with catchment permitting with UK regulator – reducing total costs and addressing the small works challenge
Jóannes Jørgen Gaard, Ministry of Environment and Food, Denmark
Danish national taxes on phosphorus discharges and on sludge ash landfill
Claire McCamphil, European Commission DG Research & Innovation
Overview of relevant output from past/existing EU-funded R&D projects and perspectives for future funding, in particular to support policy objectives
Please register via this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/waste-water-phosphorus-removal-tomorrow-ambitions-and-reality-tickets-60192633788
Registration price (ex. VAT): 180€ (90€ for members of ESP, IWA, Eureau, Ciwem, and ECSM registrants).
Networking dinner Tue. 8th October (+50€).