The European Nutrient Event welcomes you to Basel:
The European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform ESPP is happy to organize jointly with the Phos4You project, the Swiss partner School of Life Science FHNW, the German Phosphorus Platform DPP and BaselArea.swiss the European Nutrient event from 18th – 20th October 2017 in Basel, Switzerland. It will be at the same time the official launch event of the Phos4You project.
The three day event will include the
- Launch of the Phosphorus Network Switzerland, a
- Networking event of leading nutrient Recycling R&D projects across Europe including a fair for Phosphorus recovery technology suppliers, and a
- Phos4You Project Meeting for project and associated partners.
Switzerland was the first country in the world to make Phosphorus recycling obligatory from Phosphorous-rich waste such as sewage sludge and animal and bone meal. Germany and Austria are also preparing appropriate legislation. Innovative new methods have made it possible to recover a large proportion of the phosphorus contained in sewage sludge and sewage sludge ash.
The European Nutrient Event will therefore deal with the topic of Phosphorus recovery and recycling. On day one, the Swiss Phosphorus Network along with stakeholders from the German-speaking countries will discuss the changes taking place in sewage sludge recycling, with particular focus on the recycling of Phosphorus. The German Phosphorus Platform DPP supports the event. They will provide an overview of developments, discoveries, challenges and new opportunities.
On day two, the European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform jointly with the Phos4You Project will invite representatives from a large number of current European R&D projects to discuss common implementation issues. Phosphorus users and representatives of fertilizer industry will also have a chance to speak. Technology providers will showcase their processes in the adjacent exhibition.
You find the preliminary programme as download here:
English Version (Conference language of day 2 is English)
German Version (Conference language of day 1 is German, with English Translation)
Please register here: http://ow.ly/G2GM30cyjfG
We are looking forward to welcome you in Basel, Switzerland!