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Developments in Nutrient Monitoring

July 3

Overview:

Nutrients are essential for biological systems, but too much can create problems for rivers, lakes and beaches. The water framework directive creates requirements to control nutrient discharges, so the Environment Agency is commencing trials of a new way of regulating using Catchment Permitting and Catchment Nutrient Balancing. Both initiatives will require focused measurements to demonstrate the effectiveness of proposed schemes.

This workshop looked at a variety of measurement technologies available to monitor and control key nutrients including nitrates and phosphorous compounds. It aimed to help water companies and others select suitable instruments for nutrient management projects.

Chaired by: Andrew Chappell, Environment Agency

Location: National Motorcycle Museum, Coventry Road, Bickenhill, Solihull B92 0EJ

Presentations are available to download in pdf format from the links below:

  1. Utilising Flexible Permitting Approaches in England. Barrie Howe, Environment Agency
  2. Proficiency testing. Wayne Gaunt, LGC Ltd
  3. Near real time Phosphate monitoring in natural waters. Adam Dutton, Sea-bird Scientific (OTT Hydromet)
  4. Intelligent Autonomous Iron Additive Control to Meet New P Consents.
    Prof Pete Skipworth, EMS Ltd
  5. Using nutrient sensors for environment monitoring. Jerome Scullin & Matt Loewenthal, Environment Agency
  6. A new field deployable nitrate analyser. Xize Niu, South West Sensor Ltd
  7. Portable low cost microfluidic chromatography with UV detection to measure Nitrate/Nitrite in situ. Mark Bowkett, TE Laboratories Ltd

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July 3
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