Three of the authors who were due to present at our postponed Technical Conference have agreed to ‘re-purpose’ their presentations into webinars. Accordingly we are pleased to announce the three webinars below. These are free to attend for both Society Members and non-members. Where there are written papers, pdf copies of these will be available for free to Members, while non-Member attendees can buy them at a 50% discount.
In addition, there will be a fourth webinar covering new work on the acidification of slurry and digestate. More below.
Please contact the Society Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org , if the link does not work) to register for the webinar(s) you would like to attend, to obtain access information.
The forces driving industrial scale-up of green ammonia pilot plants and their implications for the fertiliser industry, by Trevor Brown of the Ammonia Energy Association.
Wednesday 15 April at 14.00 BST / 15.00 CEST
This webinar proved to be very popular, with 80 people attending. Feedback has been very positive. A recording of the presentation, a pdf copy of the slides, and written answers to the questions posed will be made available to attendees and Society Members shortly.
The importance of both occupational and process safety in ammonia plants – lessons from practical experience, by Harrie Duisters of OCI.
Written paper also available.
Wednesday 29 April at 14.00 BST / 15.00 CEST
Comparative Life-Cycle Assessment of P recovery from wastewater path and phosphate rock based fertiliser production, by Fabian Kraus of Berlin Water.
Impacts of acidification on ammonia emissions and crop available N supply following slurry and digestate applications
by John Williams, Principal Soil Scientist, ADAS.
Wednesday 27 May at 14.00 BST / 15.00 CEST
ADAS can be followed on Twitter at @ADASGroup, while John is on LinkedIn.
This webinar will present results data from the first year of a project looking at this important and topical issue. It will also cover issues relating to the UK’s Clean Air Strategy and some of the challenges that livestock producers and anaerobic digestion plant operators are likely to face in relation to achieving future targets for ammonia reduction. As such it will be relevant to a wide range of countries.