The launch of the Czech Republic Phosphorus Platform (CPP) was announced at the 3rd European Sustainable Phosphorus Conference (ESPC3, 11-13 June 2018, Helsinki) by Jindra Duras (Vltava River Authority) who presented a poster (online here). CPP is as an initiative five first members: Two represent River Authorities (two of the five Authorities in Czech Republic) and advocate vision to control eutrophication of freshwaters. One member is interested in progress of new technologies for waste water treatment plants (ASIO) and two are from research, relating to the circular economy. CPP is open to new members and to new ideas and topics. The Platform project aims to engage government, other river basin authorities, universities, sewage treatment operators, industry, research and NGOs to develop actions to raise awareness about phosphorus losses, mitigation and recycling.
Website of Czech Republic Phosphorus Platform www.fosforovaplatforma.cz and email address of Jindra Dura
Poster presentation of CPP at ESPC3 www.phosphorusplatform.eu/images/Conference/ESPC3/Outcomes/ESPC3-poster-Czech-Repulic-Phosphorus-Platform.pdf