|We are happy to invite you to the Wetsus Congress 2023!
Environmental resilience to novel entities is the theme this year, and we will also celebrate our 20th anniversary. In plenary sessions on Monday October 9, the congress theme will be addressed from an international context and from the sustainable innovation perspective. Tuesday October 10 is all about science. The 12 parallel sessions are based on Wetsus’ scientific program. With over 700 participants expected, the Wetsus Congress is an excellent opportunity to meet and expand your network in the water technology sector. We created plenty of opportunities during breaks and networking moments.
Please visit www.wetsus.nl for all info and your registration.
We look forward to meeting you in October!
Cees Buisman and Johannes Boonstra, Wetsus Executive Board
|Environmental resilience to novel entities
|2 days | 16 sessions | 50 speakers | 700 participants
- Veronica Manfredi, Director Zero Pollution, European Commission
- drs. Erwin Nijsse, Directorate-General for Enterprise and Innovation, Dutch Ministry EZK
- Nienke Homa, CEO Impact Hydrogen
- prof.dr.ir. Walter van der Meer, CEO Oasen NV/University of Twente
- Gerrit Veenendaal, director NieuWater,
- ir. Carla Frijters, development manager Paques BV,
- dr.ir. Mateo Mayer, director Aqa.earth.
- dr.ir. Geert Kessel, Plant Pathologist WUR
- ir. Pieter Hack, Pure Water Group and REDstack
- prof. Christoph Salzmann, University College London
- prof. dr. Caroline Moermond, RIVM
- Lake restoration: why and how
- The road to Circular sewage treatment in 2050
- Monitoring and prevention of Emerging Chemicals in waste and drinking water
- Managed aquifer recharge for drought resilience
- Ice insights, a closer look into ice
- Sustainable water management: the challenge of emerging substances
- Lake restoration: why and how: an interactive round table discussion
- Extracellular polymeric substance (EPS): the ubiquitous, multifunctional microbial biopolymer
- Treatment of emerging pollutants in wastewater and drinking water sources
- Advanced membranes for effective water treatment
- Natural Water Production
- From nano plastics to inks, understanding possible contaminants from plastic recycling
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