EWA 40th Anniversary Water Online Conference on Micropollutants (EWA Spring Conference)

Date 22.06.2021
Location Online event

Micropollutants in the Water Sector

EWA 40th Anniversary Water Online Conference

Micropollutants are a challenge for wastewater operators whose mission is to treat wastewater to ensure the protection of the environment and ecosystems. Moreover, it also important for drinking water operators who have to rely on drinking water resources to produce drinking water. The conference will discuss the European approaches to the challenges of these organic and mineral contaminants which are of antropogenics as well as natural origins.

As the tradition prescribes, the national member from Luxembourg, where the President elect is based, is the host of this event.

Here you can find the latest version of the flyer.

 

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Session 2

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Cancellation Policy (Please read carefully): Participation fee (minus 25% administration fee) will only be reimbursed if the participant announces this in writing and the cancellation has reached the registration office by  15 June. In all other cases — including non-appearance at the conference — the full participation fee has to be paid. After informing the office, a substitute can be sent. By registering to the conference, the delegate has acknowledged and agreed to the above mentioned cancellation policy.The terms and conditions of the EWA is to be found under: http://www.ewa-online.eu/legal-notice.html.

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