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5th Biocidal Products Symposium, 11 October 2016, Brussels
In Europe, an authorization is required before placing biocidal products on the market. This symposium will provide you with the necessary insights and experience in the Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) No 528/2012 as delivered by experts from authorities, chemical federations, service providers and industry.
EuroChlor General Assembly
EuroChlor and its member and host AkzoNobel, and of EuroChlor Chairman, Thomas Wehlage, and Vice Chairman, Dieter Schnepel are organising theirGeneral Assembly and related meetings. It will take place from Wednesday, September 14th to Friday, September 16th 2016 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
IMA 2016 Conference: Fostering value chain symbiosis in the circular economy era
The IMA-Europe 2016 Conference will take place on 28 Septmber. It seeks to explore the potential for value chain symbiosis in both the environmental and product stewardshipareas. It will consist of two moderated round tables (see preliminary programme herewith attached). We look forward to an interesting exchange between representatives from the value chain (minerals suppliers, downstream users) and those from government and European decision-making bodies.
K+S Future Food Forum
K+S is organizing the second FUTURE FOOD FUTURE FOOD FORUM in Berlin on 13 October and is thereby offering a platform for the exchange of ideas and strategies for combatting hunger and the long-term securing of global nutrition. Prominent speakers such as the Nobel Peace Prize winner Prof. Muhammad Yunus, Prof. Klaus Töpfer and Charles Ogang (World Farmers Organization) will be providing the stimulus for an active dialog.
Roskill 2017 Salt Conference - Call for papers
Call for Papers!
Roskill is interested to hear from prospective speakers from the salt industry on a range of themes, including:
· Salt market trends
· Cutting-edge research in salt production techniques
· Chlor-alkali technology
· Soda ash technology
Raw Material Commitment - European network fo sustainable mining and quarrying-approved by the Commission
EuSalt is part alongside other mining sectors of the European Network for Sustainable Quarrying and Mining. We applied to the Commission European Innovation Partnership - stakeholder platform that brings together representatives from industry, public services, academia and NGOs. It is a new approach to EU research and innovation by bringing together actors from the entire research and innovation value chain.
EuSalt General Assembly 2017 - call for sponsors
EuSalt last General assembly in Thessaloniki gathered more participants than previous editions, hosting more than 120 people.
We can only thank all our members and long-time sponsors - Euragglo, Evatherm, Ferrum, IHS, McLanahan, Salt Partners, SEP and Weir.
EuSalt is looking to build a solid database illustrating the European salt sector economic weight and impact in Europe.
EuSalt would like to launch this call of interest to those consultants or companies that have interest and experience in reporting and collecting sector economic data.
3rd international biocidal congress
The 3rd International Biocidal Congress will be held by the cooperation of Public Health Institution of Turkey and Biocidal Occupational and Environmental Health Association and the support of Çukurova University and Ege University between November 22-25, 2016 at Maritime Pine Beach Hotel in Antalya.
European Committee for Standardization - CEN - Call for experts for TC167
EuSalt is a member of the Working Group (WG) 9 of the CEN to work on TC167. The WG 9 wishes to develop a standard on potassium chloride on the same model as EN 938 “Chemicals used for treatment of water intended for human consumption - Sodium chlorite”.
They currently lack expertise on this issue and would welcome additional experts to join. No timeline is decided yet as the project is only beginning.
World Salt Symposium - opportunity to sponsor
The next World Salt Symposium will be held in Park City, Utah on June 19-21, 2018.
Starting in the 1960's, people from around the world have gathered to share information on the benefits and uses of salt, salt mining practices, and solar salt production. The last such meeting was held in Beijing, China in 2009.
If you would like to view information about past and future meetings, you can visit www.worldsaltsymposium.org
European Parliament and Council gives opinion on Circular Economy
The European Parliament (EP) decided to request the European Commission (EC) to draft an annual report on the implementation of the Action Plan included in the Commission's Communication on the Circular Economy.
World Salt Symposium - call for papers "Salt for a Better Life"
The Tenth World Salt Symposium is organized by the Salt Institute, in cooperation with several other salt organizations around the world, and will be held in Park City, Utah, USA on June 19-21, 2018. It is the tenth in a series of symposia since 1962, when the first meeting was held in Cleveland, OH, USA.
Solution Mining Research Institute - Fall 2016 conference
On-line registration for members will begin on 20 July, with non-member registration starting 4 weeks later on 15 August. No registrations will be accepted after 9 September, but it is possible that the conference will be filled to capacity before that date, so REGISTER EARLY if you wish to attend! CALL FOR PAPERS is now posted and is emailing 19 MAY 2016
EuSalt becomes a partner of the EU 'Healthy Workplace for All Ages' Campaign
EuSalt's application for being a partner of the EU 'Healthy Workplaces for All Ages' campaign for 2016-2017. The latter will promote efforts to ensure safe and healthier places throughout the working life.
For more information about our partnership and the campaign, see here.
ETS & Carbon Leakage Post-2020
Could the identification of sectoral segments at high risk of carbon leakage, i.e. types of installations, allow for a more targeted approach of carbon leakage, a more effective ETS, and lesser distortions to intra-sector competition? Our position paper looks into solutions to some problematic dispositions of the EU ETS proposal.