30th April 2019, The Studio, Manchester
The aim of this event is to share best practices to address emerging contaminants – transforming the findings from CIP1 and CIP2 into actions that improve water quality.
The Water Framework Directive has encouraged a range of interventions intended to reduce phosphorus input to water courses – both from diffuse and point sources:
This conference will consider the progress that has been made on reducing phosphorus concentrations in surface waters, and what can be learned from these initiatives to address emerging contaminants and other hazards (such as microplastics and Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR)).
Utilising flexible permitting approaches in England – progress, current approaches and future application
Barrie Howe, Senior Advisor – Water Quality, Environment Agency
Wessex Water’s alterative approach to the WINEP
Sean Tyrrell, Catchment Scientist, and John Bagnall, Water Quality Modeller, Wessex Water
Lessons learnt: Anglian Waters catchment management approach
Richard Reynolds, Senior Agronomy Advisor, Anglian Water
Smarter water catchments in the Evenlode – lessons learnt from two years of the Thames Water phosphorus catchment management trial
Monika Barker, Senior Environmental Scientist, Infrastructure – UK & Europe, Atkins
The importance of better stewardship of phosphorus in the resilience and sustainability of the UK food system
Dr Chris Lyon, School of Earth and Environment, Leeds University
Changes in farming practices: winter cover crops and the role of behavior change
Dr Miller Camargo-Valero, School of Civil Engineering, Leeds University
Catchment Management Modelling Platform
Matthew Fry, Environmental Informatics Manager, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH)
Microplastics in local rivers
Prof Jamie Woodward, The University of Manchester
Exhibition and sponsorship
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