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3-7 May 2020, Dublin, Ireland SETAC Europe 30th Annual Meeting

SETAC Dublin is a 5-day event featuring a variety of training, networking and learning opportunities. The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) is a not-for profit, global professional society established in 1979 to provide a forum for individuals and institutions engaged in education, research and development, ecological risk assessment and life-cycle assessment, chemical manufacture and distribution, management and regulation of natural resources, and the study, analysis, and solution of environmental problems.
  • 3-7 May 2020, Dublin, Ireland SETAC Europe 30th Annual Meeting
  • 2020-05-03T00:00:00+02:00
  • 2020-05-07T23:59:59+02:00
  • SETAC Dublin is a 5-day event featuring a variety of training, networking and learning opportunities. The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) is a not-for profit, global professional society established in 1979 to provide a forum for individuals and institutions engaged in education, research and development, ecological risk assessment and life-cycle assessment, chemical manufacture and distribution, management and regulation of natural resources, and the study, analysis, and solution of environmental problems.
  • When May 03, 2020 to May 07, 2020
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SETAC Dublin is a 5-day event featuring a variety of training, networking and learning opportunities. The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) is a not-for profit, global professional society established in 1979 to provide a forum for individuals and institutions engaged in education, research and development, ecological risk assessment and life-cycle assessment, chemical manufacture and distribution, management and regulation of natural resources, and the study, analysis, and solution of environmental problems.

The challenges faced by environmental scientists, industrial innovators and policy makers is enormous due to the complexity, cross-disciplinarily and wickedness of many of the most pressing environmental challenges. These include ecosystem resilience to the combined stressors of increased pollution and climate change, the intersection of legacy and emerging pollutants as highlighted by the current “plastic crisis”, not to mention the huge effort required collectively to reach the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

During the session “Assessment of the Exposure and Effects of Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Drinking and Wastewater Systems and Assays to Evaluate their Removal” the goal will be to highlight research that uses integrated approaches to monitor the occurrence and the corresponding effects of CECs exposures in the environment. It will include a combination of comprehensive analysis of environmental contaminant mixtures, in vitro bioassays to assess cumulative bioactivity, and in vivo tests to address specific exposure and response endpoints. Also, this session welcomes submissions from experimental work at the laboratory, pilot, and field scales, and modelling studies of the fate and removal of CECs in traditional, advanced, and passive water and wastewater treatment technologies, including direct or de facto water reuse.

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