SEPT 19 Events Roundup

SEPT 19 Events Roundup

5th European Conference on Sludge Management
6-8 October 2019, Liège, Belgium
The main scope of the Conference is to provide a scientific program of cutting-edge research in wastewater sludge management. It will bring together international experts of sludge management, scientists, researchers and engineers, R&D laboratories, water agencies, governmental delegates, and private companies to discuss the problems, solutions, and innovative technologies and systems for the sludge management of water and wastewater treatment field.

European workshop: Waste water phosphorus removal tomorrow: ambitions and reality
9 October 2019, Liège, Belgium

CIWEM: Brownfield Investigation and Remediation 2019
9 October 2019, Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London
Brownfield Investigation and Remediation 2019 will provide the brownfield sector with a streamed conference programme, which will focus specifically on site investigation and risk and remediation, bringing the field together with keynote plenaries, invaluable networking time and an exhibition area showcasing those at the forefront of the contaminated land industry.See:

REA: Innovation in Digestate: best strategies to maximise value & manage environmental impact
10 October 2019, The Priory Rooms, Birmingham B4 6AF
There is a rare wealth of industry experience speaking at this event, with topics covering strategies and innovation for optimal storage, use and marketing of digestate, enhancement options, market development and research. BASIS approved CPD points. See

KTN: The Nature of Design
10 October 2019, Birmingham
KTN is building a new UK network, showcasing the benefits of new product development design teams inspired by nature. This event will showcase how biomimicry and nature inspired solutions are being used in established innovation processes from a section of innovative companies.

#EnvChem2019: Advances in Environmental Chemistry
15 October 2019, London
A forum for early career and established researchers and environmental practitioners, working in environmental chemistry and engineering, to share their latest research findings.

CIWEM: PFAS – what are they and why should we care?
15 October 2019, Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London
This event will discuss why construction professionals in the UK should pay more attention to Perfluorinated alkylated substances (PFAS ) and how to assess and manage that risk

Is the time right for small-scale AD?
17 October, Scarcroft, Leeds
Conventional wisdom has been that – when it comes to commercially viable anaerobic digestion – bigger is better. But this may be changing, with the Government’s Smart Export Guarantee and increasing interest in small and micro-scale AD plants that can be used to charge farm vehicles or deal with domestic waste. See

Biofuels International Conference and Expo 
22-23 October 2019, Brussels
Co-located with the International Biomass Congress and Expo and International Biogas Congress and Expo, this will give participants access to a large gathering of biofuel and biomass companies. 

IBioIC: Intellectual Property – Perspectives from Innovators and Industry
24 October, University of Strathclyde
This free event is for those who are interested about learning how to deal with IP across innovation journeys. 

RSC: Chemistry Means Business
28-29 October 2019, London 
The event showcases and connects the people that are at the heart of cutting edge science and technology and who are driving the advancement of chemistry for a better future.

CIWEM: Urban Drainage Group Autumn conference 2019
4-6 November 2019, Nottingham
Technical presentations, a series of interactive forums and workshops, all supported by an exhibition showcasing the latest in technology and innovation.

European Biosolids & Organic Resources Conference 2019
19-20 November 2019,The Point at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

The conference covers a broad range of topics of relevance to the water and waste industries – including anaerobic digestion, process optimisation, dewatering and land bank availability. If you work on optimisation of AD biology, contact us. This is one of the major events in the calendar and registration is here:

HVBNet: Annual Meeting
28 November 2019, Wellcome Collection, London
This is a Network ‘showcase’ featuring guest speakers, the opportunity for delegates to give a short talk about their own interests and details of Network funding opportunities and future activities.

CCNet Conference 
10-12 February 2020, East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham
This FREE, two-day conference will bring together academic and industrial partners to identify and address key challenges in the study of Carbon ReCycling.