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Urban Water Footprint: a new approach for water management in urban areas

Poland, ENVICON – International Environmental Protection Congress

From 26th to 27th October 2015 – Poznan, Poland

ENVICON International Environmental Protection Congress is a prestigious annual meeting of representatives of public administration, science, firms, institutions, universities and government administrations from across Europe.

This year’s edition is 19th in a row and attracted many recognized experts like representatives of Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Economy, Supreme Audit Office, National Water Management Authority, RIPOK (Regional Plant for Municipal Waste Management), Environment Protection Committee, European Commission, European Environmental Bureau and hundreds of participants.

The speakers will deliver a lot of professional knowledge concerning water and wastewater treatment, waste management, waste-to-energy technologies, sustainability, innovations and other vital issues and legal issues. One of many topics concerns directions of development of environmental protection in the context of European Union’s actions and policies. However, the congress also creates a space for its participants to exchange their views and experience in the field of environmental protection. As usually, a heated discussion over crucial matters is expected. A technical trip to Energy from Waste Plant in PoznaƄ is planned on the second day of the congress.

The aim of ENVICON is to develop common strategies for industries involved in environmental protection which Poland and European countries will be implementing in the upcoming years.

You can find more information and the registration form here. The English translation is available by clicking the "Translation" button in the right upper corner.

The congress will be held during POL ECO SYSTEM trade fair, which also is a great opportunity to establish business contacts and get inspired with novelties. You can find more information about the fair here.

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