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Innovative Applications of Materials Chemistry in Water Treatment - Part 1: Removal of Contaminants from Drinking Water

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Conference
11 May 2016
at RSC Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BA
for scientists, industry representatives and other interested parties

This conference is the first in a planned series, the aim of which is to discuss current and possible future innovative applications of materials chemistry in water and wastewater treatment by bringing together problem holders and technology providers to discuss some of the more urgent and intractable problems associated with the provision of high-quality drinking water and environmental protection.

This first session will focus specifically on the challenges around the removal of pesticides and natural organic matter from drinking water. It is aimed to those with a responsibility for, or interest in, drinking water treatment and water quality and materials scientists who may have relevant new technology. In particular: water companies, regulators, NGOs, research organisations, academia, land and water agencies and scientists exploring water and wastewater treatment as an opportunity area.

For details about the conference programme and on how to participate, download the conference flyer (PDF, 5MB). The conference is organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Water Science Forum and Applied Materials Chemistry Group and the SCI.

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