European Biosolids & Organic Resources Conference


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The Biosolids:  

Europe’s foremost conference for the biosolids and biowaste industries

The 2017 Biosolids Conference will be held at the Royal Armouries in Leeds on the 20-21st November 2017 with water industry and organic resources site visits on 22nd November.  ‘The best technical bioresources event in Europe’

Attendees have fantastic networking opportunities with over 250 recognised professionals from around the world and the latest presentations from high-profile water and resource management industry experts.

Now in its third decade, ‘The Biosolids’ gives an essential annual update on: legislatory changes, new technologies, best practice and site-experiences with existing technologies and an insight into relevant research in the science and engineering encompassing biosolids and organic resources production and use.

Topical issues to be examined include: Water 2020, BREXIT, BREF, PR19, maximising energy production and new and innovative approaches to biosolids and organic resource management; this is a must attend event.

The 2017 draft programme will be available from early July; you can see last year’s  2016 conference timetable here

“It was our first time attending the conference and exhibition and we found it very well organised with a great mix of End Users, Process Providers, Consultants and Equipment Suppliers.  

There were some excellent papers presented and a very interesting field trip to United Utilities’ Davyhulme Wastewater Treatment Works.”

Nick Sutherland, Solex

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The Royal Armouries, Leeds


20-21 November 2017

  • “The best technical sludge event in Europe” and provides attendees the opportunity to hear from  high-profile industry experts and network with over 250 biosolids specialists.

    The programme covers the latest innovations and updates of existing technologies. Presentations from respected industry experts and newcomers follow the development of technologies and legislation from inception to full-scale installations.