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Institute for wastewater management and water protection

September 21-22, 2016

At the "28. Hamburg Colloquium on Wastewater Management ”, the focus is on the amendment of the Sewage Sludge Ordinance, the connection between agriculture and water quality, water protection and various aspects of rainwater. The further developed waste water ordinance and the mutual relationships between renewable energies and (waste) water management are also important topics this year. We hope that the lectures on offer will arouse the interest of many practitioners from the waste water sector and that the "Come together" on September 21, 2016 a lively exchange of experiences takes place.

The colloquium is a joint event by: Authority for Environment and Energy of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Department of Environmental Technology at HAW Hamburg, GFEU, Hamburg Wasser, Institute for Wastewater Management and Water Protection at TUHH. It is carried out in cooperation with the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce.

Preparatory Committee: Beate Bussink Becking (Authority for Environment and Energy of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg), Jürgen Masch (Authority for Environment and Energy of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg), Harald Hanßen (Hamburg Wasser), Olav Kohlhase (Ministry for Energy Transition, Agriculture , Environment and Rural Areas of the State of Schleswig-Holstein), Simone Ruschmann (Hamburg Chamber of Commerce), Jörn Einfeldt (HAW Hamburg), Ludwig Tent (Edmund Siemers Foundation, Hamburg), Dietmar Heinrich (GFEU), Ralf Otterpohl (TUHH, GFEU ), Stephan Köster (TUHH), Joachim Behrendt (TUHH), Holger Gulyas (TUHH).

 

Main topics:

BAT / Waste Water Ordinance
Sewage sludge
Agriculture
Environmental and water protection
Rainwater and
Renewable energy

Program as a pdf file