March 2011: The PILLS pilot plant in the Netherlands is running stable - Dutch congress planned on May 9th, 2011
Since the PILLS pilot plant of the Dutch partner Waterschap Groot Salland officially opened in November 2010, a stable working modus could be reached by now. Both, the Waterschap Groot Salland as well as their cooperation hospital, the `Isala klinieken´ in Zwolle, are very proud that the pilot plant is running as foreseen and that first measurements of the treated wastewater have been already done.
This pilot plant is the biggest wastewater treatment pant for pharmaceutical residues in the Netherlands and a broad interest about the results of the advanced treatment can be noted not only from experts in The Netherlands. This is why the Waterschap Groot Salland is planning to hold a congress giving details about the treatment technologies as well as about first results on May 9th, 2011 in Zwolle, the Netherlands.
In case you are interested in participating in this congress or you wish to get more information about it, please get in contact with the Waterschap Groot Salland: firstname.lastname@example.org
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