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From 12-14 June 2019, NICOLE's spring Workshop will be held in Lyon, France.
The topic of the workshop will be Smart Land Management Solutions (case studies).

The Association of Environmental Enterprises is pleased to announce

their call for presentations for their conference:

Remediation and Brownfield Investments

 

Date: May 14-15, 2019 (Tuesday and Wednesday) 

Organisation Committee:

Dr. Anikó Somody, Remediation and Damage Control Working Party in AEE
Mária Bálint, Bálint Analitika Kft.
Gábor Hasznos, Ministry of Agriculture
Lonsták László, GeoConnect Kft.
Irma Zöldi, Hungarian General Directorate of Water Management (OVF)

The Remediation and Damage Control Working Party in the Association of Environmental Enterprises has organised successful professional conferences every two years since 1999, to present the results and challenges of remediation, to share the latest R&D results and the findings of experts, and to learn about the possible financial resources for the next period. The conference planned for 2019 provides an opportunity to present the latest R&D results and technological solutions, the measuring and sampling methods for newly discovered pollutants, and the results of the investigation on environmental and health hazards at abandoned, contaminated industrial areas. The current challenges and results of the brownfield area rehabilitation and of the environmental remediation of contaminated areas will be presented through national and international case studies. Companies owning the contaminated areas, state officials, experts of public authorities and legislative bodies will participate at the conference in addition to professional organizations, experts and companies responsible for the analyzing and the implementing, and illustrious members of the academic community.

We are looking for applications in the following topics:

  • presenting the research results of academies, universities and other research centres
  • introducing R&D and innovative projects executed in the 2014-2020 EU funding period
  • 2014-2020 Territorial and settlement development OP 2.2.0 – brownfield related tasks at local governments
  • Environmental and Energy Efficiency OP 3.3 – damage control areas
  • areas contaminated with chlorinated hydrocarbons, ideas for damage control
  • complex damage control
  • monitored natural decomposition
  • observations on the remediation of fresh water, catchment plains and sediment
  • possibilities for utilizing remediated areas
  • observations on utilizing brownfield areas
  • the afterlife of remediation
  • taking and preparing samples, measuring accuracy, analytics for remediation
  • brownfield investment – remediation

Presentations should last maximum 20 minutes. The Organisation Committee decides about accepting presentations.

Timeline:

Submitting the title and a short introduction (2-3 lines) and submitting a 1-page-long abstract: 30 March 2019.

Informing the applicants about the Committee’s decision:5 April 2019.

For application and further information please contact us:

Környezetvédelmi Szolgáltatók és Gyártók Szövetsége (Association of Environmental Enterprises)

1024 Budapest, Keleti Károly u. 11/A. , Tel: 1-350-7271, 1-350-7274, 20/ 364 0964
E-mail: kszgysz [AT] kszgysz [DOT] hu  Web: www.kszgysz.hu

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Participation within the international Exhibition of equipment and technologies for municipal and industrial sewage treatment Waste Water Management 2019 (9-10 April, Kyiv, Ukraine) with a joined stand.

Further details

Surveyed areas: from Tiszújlak (Вилок) to Nagyszőlős (Виноградів), and from Visk (Вишково) to Huszt (Хуст)

Time: fall of 2018

Numerous areas polluted by litter as result of human inattention perturb the beauty of natural habitats and watercourses of Transcarpathia.

The European Water Association (EWA) invited their national and corporate members to a Water Breakfast at the European Parliament in Strasbourg to discuss the upcoming developments in EU Water Policy.

The Ukrainian National Waste Management Strategy until 2030 – which aims at curbing the presently critical waste producing and managing practices – was published at the end of 2017. It determines the administrative agenda and the course of waste management, while observing EU directives. It can also fill us with hope, since their deficiencies weigh heavily on us, too.

The Ukrainian economy still employs mostly outdated technologies, which not only produce a considerable amount of waste, but also continually recreate the problem. Its effects can clearly be observed in the environment as well as in the welfare and health of people.

Date: October 18-19, 2018

Location:

Visk/Vyshkove (Ukrajna) Vulytsya Chervona Ploshcha 1., Zakarpats'ka oblast, 90454
GPS: 48°02'56.0"N 23°25'12.1"E, 48.048890, 23.420016

Patrons:

Moszkal Hennagyij Hennagyijovics, President of the Regional Central State Office for Administration of Transcarpathia
and István Grezsa, Ministerial Commissioner for the Development of Transcarpathia and the Carpathian Basin Nursery School Development Program

With the support of: Bethlen Gábor Fund

Participants: Decision makers from Ukraine and Hungary, authorities responsible for waste and water management, member companies of the Hungarian Association of Environmental Enterprises, representatives of environmental laboratories, researchers, environment and nature conservation NGOs, competent state administration bodies

 The working language of the Conference is Hungarian and Ukrainian. Simultaneous translation will be provided (by the organizers)

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