Can We Afford NOT to Monitor Priority Pollutants? Conference Presentations

01 December 2014

1 Dec 2014

Can We Afford NOT To Monitor Priority Pollutants took place on Wednesday 12 November 2014 at SCI, London and was organised in conjunction with RSC's Water Science Forum. There were a good amount of attendees, totalling 56 people from various environmental and water related organisations.

Available Conference Papers

An overview of the current and potential future problems in implementing the priority pollutant provisions of the WFD, Gerrit Niebeek, Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment

Strategy for the selection and prioritisation of priority pollutants, Paul Whitehouse, Environment Agency Evidence Directorate

The role of socio-economic analysis, Bill Watts, Formely Principal Economist at the Environment Agency

Challenges in implementing biota EQSs for priority substances, Peter Lepom, Federal Environment Agency (UBA)

New standardised analytical methods meeting the requirements of the WFD - results of a mandated project of the European Commission (M424), Ulrich Borchers, IWW Muelheim

UKWIR Chemical Investigation Program - Emerging outputs and implications, Mike Gardner, Regulatory Compliance, Atkins Limited

Laboratory challenges in meeting the required priority substances EQS levels, K. Clive Thompson and Paul Gribble, ALcontrol Laboratories

Sampling aspects and how to ensure fit for purpose sampling theme, Ivor Parry, enitial (Initial Projects Limited)

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