OECD Green Talks : LIVE | Pharmaceutical Residues in Freshwater: Hazards and Policy Responses

OECD Green Talks : LIVE | Pharmaceutical Residues in Freshwater: Hazards and Policy Responses Pharmaceuticals are essential for human and animal health but are increasingly recognised as an environmental concern when they enter freshwater systems. Residues of pharmaceuticals, such as hormones, antidepressants and antibiotics, have been detected in surface water …

Symposium on the handling of micropollutants in water

Symposium on the handling of micropollutants in water Doing by learning, learning by doing’ is the theme of the Dutch symposium on the handling of micropollutants in water on 8 March in Utrecht, organised by the stowa Foundation (Foundation for Applied Research in Water Management). For registration and further information …

Whatever doesn’t get in, doesn’t have to get out!

Whatever doesn’t get in, doesn’t have to get out! Nettie Aarnink, Director at the water board Vechtstromen over medicine residues in the water People in the Netherlands are using more and more medicines. These medicine residues can be partially purified from the waste water by the sewage treatment plants. As …