This two-day conference and exhibition explores the balance between reducing phosphorus consumption within catchments, and effective means for recovering phosphorus as a nutrient. The findings from the UKWIR low-P trials to evaluate source control technologies will also be presented.
This event will bring together experts in the field of phosphorus, technology suppliers and operators. It is the must attend event for anyone considering Phosphorus removal and/or recovery. Cost: £550+VAT.
The next IWA Leading Edge Conference on Water and Wastewater Technologies will take place in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. Half way between Sevilla and Gibraltar, Jerez is part of Cadiz Bay – the city is only 12 km from the Atlantic Ocean. The area has a unique heritage in architectural and culinary styles, influenced by the Tartesian, Phoenician, Roman, Arab, Jewish and Christian cultures who have settled there.
What an appropriate place to introduce new ideas, and to interact with experts from all over the world. In the water scarce region of Andalucía, proper water management has always been critical for development – and for creating local wines that are globally recognized for their variety and taste. In and around Jerez, some of the latest developments of new water treatment technologies can be seen, showing what positive impacts innovation can have. This is the theme of the conference, quantifying the effects of moving to full scale implementation and evaluating the balance of new concepts and ideas.
For those who are looking for them, or bringing them forward, this a unique event that cannot be missed. More information can be found on the website.