June 18, 2018

Presenting at the NICOLE Network Meeting and Workshop in Frankfurt

Though industrial processes continue to impact soil and water quality across the globe, natural processes in (sub)soil and water have proven to play a key role in cost-effective and sustainable alternatives to traditional intrusive remediation technologies. Providing experts with a platform for discussion on sustainable nature-based remediation opportunities, the Network for Industrially Co-ordinated Sustainable Land Management in Europe (NICOLE) will host a meeting and workshop in Frankfurt, Germany on June 20-22, 2018.

As well as sharing insight and discussing innovative approaches to alternative remediation methods, international experts will have a chance to network with industry peers.

Ramboll is well represented during the three-day workshop:

Mark Mejac (Senior Managing Consultant, Milwaukee, USA) will present a poster, Enhanced Anaerobic Dechlorination Case Studies.

Gregor Möhring (Senior Managing Consultant, Frankfurt, Germany) is part of the organising committee alongside Yvonne Sutter (Managing Consultant, Frankfurt, Germany). Yvonne will also chair Session 4 – In situ Bioremediation – on 22 June 2018.

Daniele Susanni (Principal, Milan, Italy) will participate in the innovations working group and Marianne Wilton (Principal, Delft, Netherlands) in the regulatory working group.

For more information about the NICOLE Network Meeting and Workshop, follow this link. Contact Yvonne Sutter, Gregor Möhring, Daniele Susanni or Marianne Wilton to find out more on our participation in the conference.