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21.-22. April 2009 in Koblenz

Workshop "Water Framework Directive and Emerging Pollutants. Measures to minimize river contamination by WWTP discharges"

Based on the outcomes of the EU project Neptune the consequences of the European Water Framework Directive (WFD) will be discussed in relation to measures for minimizing the contamination of rivers with priority and emerging pollutants.

You are encouraged to participate in a two-day international workshop, held at the Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG) in Koblenz, Germany. Based on the outcomes of the EU project Neptune this workshop will highlight how to implement sustainable technical solutions for wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) as well as source control measures to minimize contamination of waterways with priority and emerging pollutants. The workshop will allow researchers, governments, industry and other stakeholders to discuss the upgrading of existing municipal processes and the application of innovative techniques.

Ansprechpartner: Thomas ternes (ternes@bafg.de)

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