The Winter 2019-2020 edition of our Sullied Sediments newsletter has just been published. In this issue, you will find:
- Information about our Third (and Final) Annual Partnership Meeting in Antwerp
- Details of Upcoming Roll-out and Dissemination Events (13 and 15 January 2020
- A profile on Professor Jan Hendriks, Radboud University, whose team is involved in Work Package 3 – Sediment Assessment
- An article from VMM (Flanders Environment Agency) called “Sullied Sediments helping Flanders to Better Understand Watch List Chemicals”
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Also in this issue, our Sullied Sediments Project Lead, Professor Jeanette Rotchell of the University of Hull, talks about the added value, quick wins and potential legacy of our project in her regular message to readers and we have included the usual news and media round-up.
Over the next two issues, we will continue to report on the impact of our project and update readers on the annual meeting and dissemination events. In addition, we will reflect on the challenges we were tackling at the start of the project and talk about how we have conquered them. We will also include a short portrait of each of our three catchments (Elbe, Humber and Scheldt).
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