ICCE 2013 - Water Pollution and Treatment

Water Pollution and Treatment - Oral Communications
  Wednesday 26 June 2013 - WTC
  Chairs: Victor Matamoros / Costas Michael
10.20-10.40 C-OW1: J. Margot, EPFL, Switzerland: Laccases: Potential treatment for removal of micropollutants in municipal wastewater?
10.40-11.00 C-OW2: P. N. Carvalho, Aarhus Univ., Denmark: Pharmaceuticals removal from wastewaters in constructed wetlands
11.00-11.20 C-OW3: A. Garcia-Rodríguez, UdG, Spain: Biologically-based water reclamation systems: a sustainable alternative for removing pharmaceuticals and endocrine disrupting chemicals from wastewater
11.20-11.40 C-OW4: G. Li Puma, Loughborough Univ., UK: Solar Water Detoxification Processes for the Removal of Estrogens, Antibiotics and other Contaminants of Emerging Concern
11.40-12.00 C-OW5: L. Prieto-Rodríguez, Plat. Solar  Almería-CIEMAT, Spain: Removal of organic micro-contaminants from municipal waste water by an IBR system coupled to a solar photo-Fenton process as tertiary treatment
12.00-12.40 C-KN3-Water: Ivana Ivancev-Tumbas, Univ. Novi Sad, Republic of Serbia: “Universe of organics in drinking water treatment processes”
12.40-13.00 Introducing the UNEP/WHO report: State of the Science of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals-2012                            Åke Bergman, Coordinator of the report
  Chairs: Valery Petrosyan / Sara Rodríguez
14.00-14.20 C-OW6: B. Buszewski, Nicolas Copernicus Univ., Poland: Utilization of diatomite modified by ionic liquids for uranium ions adsorption from aqueous solutions
14.20-14.40 C-OW7: T. Reemtsma, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Germany: Transformation of Organic Contaminants in Plants
14.40-15.00 C-OW8: A. Assunção, Univ. Algarve, Portugal: Palladium biorecovery using anaerobic bacterial communities
15.00-15.20 C-OW9: J. Kuipers, Wetsus-Wageningen Univ., The Netherlands: Intensified photocatalytic slurry reactor with a multitude of low intensity UV-LEDs for removal of micropollutants
15.20-15.40 C-OW10: J. Radjenovic, Univ. Queensland, Australia: Application of electrochemical processes for water and wastewater treatment
15.40-16.20 C-KN6-Water: Susan Richardson, USA: “The next generation of drinking water disinfection by-products: Occurrence, formation, toxicity, and new links whith human epidemiology”
Thursday 27 June 2013 - WTC
  Chairs: Uri Zoller / Josep Maria Bayona
14.00-14.20 C-OW11: A. M. Sesay, CEMIS-Oulu, Finland: rapid and cost-effective methods for detection of environmentally harmful compounds from waste waters (RACE)
14.20-14.40 C-OW12: Z. Kovács, Univ. Pannonia, Hungary: Application of early-warning system to identify surface water pollution
14.40-15.00 C-OW13: R. Loos, JRC, Italy: EU-wide monitoring survey on wastewater treatment plant effluent
15.00-15.20 C-OW14: G. Lewis, Univ. Bath, UK: Boron-Doped diamond electroanalytical detectors for environmental monitoring of pharmacologically active compounds and other emerging contaminants
15.20-15.40 C-OW15: G. Thouand, Univ. Nantes, France: Detection of heavy metals, organotins and their toxicity with bioluminescent bacteria
15.40-16.00 C-OW16: C. Fontàs, UdG, Spain: Screening of arsenic in growndwater: a novel and green detection method
16.00-16.20 C-OW17: P. Pavlova, EMPA, Switzerland: Ice cores for the reconstruction of historical input and migration behavior of POPs in Alpine glaciers
Friday 28 June 2013 - WTC
  Chairs: Maite Galceran / Fritz Frimmel
14.00-14.40 C-KN17-Water: Josep Bayona, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: “Atmospheric plasma. A new technology to remove recalcitrant organic microcontaminants from water"
14.40-15.00 C-OW18: S. Abramson, UPMC, France: Towards Highly Efficient Heterogeneous Magnetic Fenton Catalysts for the Degradation and Mineralization of Aqueous Organic Pollutants
15.00-15.20 C-OW19: J.-M. Fontmorin, CNRS, France: Modification of graphite electrodes for the degradation of halogenated organic compounds: coupling of an electrochemical process with a biological treatment
15.20-15.40 C-OW20: P. A. Behnisch, BioDetection Systems, The Netherlands: Effect-based screening assays for water pollutions with endocrine disrupters, POPs, obesity  and other toxicants