4th European Bioremediation Conference (EBC-IV)

Venue: MINOA PALACE HOTEL

Location: CHANIA, CRETE, Greece

Event Date/Time: Sep 03, 2008 End Date/Time: Sep 06, 2008
Registration Date: Sep 03, 2008
Early Registration Date: May 31, 2008
Abstract Submission Date: Jan 15, 2008
Paper Submission Date: May 15, 2008
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Description

The objective of the conference is to bring together scientists, engineers and other environmental professionals to present their findings and discuss future trends, directions and new challenges for the restoration of contaminated sites and marine environments.

The presentations are expected to focus on the technological advances of bioremediation treatment processes for all types of media (air, soil, sediment, surface water, groundwater and industrial wastewater) contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons, chlorinated and other recalcitrant compounds, as well as on techniques for the microbiological, genetic and ecotoxicological monitoring of such processes. Innovative and low cost solutions through an integrated technological approach are also invited.

Topics
In-situ bioremediation of contaminated soil and groundwater
Bioremediation of sites contaminated with oils and PAHs
Bioremediation of sites contaminated with chlorinated and other recalcitrant compounds
Ex-situ bioremediation of contaminated soils, sludges and industrial wastewaters
Biomonitoring and bioremediation of contaminated sediments
Bioreactor technologies for ex-situ treatment
Crude oil bioremediation and marine environments
Application of molecular biology techniques to bioremediation
Bioremediation olive-mill wastewaters
Bioremediation and integrated (bio)chemical valorization (via biomass, biomolecules, fine-chemicals, biomaterials and bioenergy production) of agro-industrial by-products, effluents, wastes and surplus
Phytoremediation of organics and heavy metals
Integrated technologies and new technology trends
Mathematical modelling of bioremediation processes and performance
Policy papers on the Water Framework Directive and the upcoming Soil Framework Directive

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