Program

November 28

 

8.30-9,15 Registration

9,15-9,25 Welcome and introduction

9,25-10,00 Plenary lecture
Alistair Boxall
University of York, UK
THE GLOBAL PROBLEM OF PHARMACEUTICAL POLLUTION

10,00-10,30 Keynote speaker
Yves Levi
Universite Paris Sud, UMR CNRS, AgroParisTech. Chatenay-Malabry, France
GPCPE: NEW GLOBAL PANEL ON THE CHEMICAL POLLUTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT

10,30-10,50 David SOLOMON JALAJEL, PRINCE SULTAN BIN ABDULAZIZ INTERNATIONAL WATER PRIZE

10,50-11,30 Poster session & coffee break

Session 1. Environmental Monitoring and Sewage Chemical Information Mining (SCIM) of Pharma residues
Chair: Alistair Boxall

11,30-12,00 Keynote lecture
Mira Petrovic
ICRA, Girona, Spain
MONITORING OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESIDUES IN THE ENVIRONMENT: FROM TARGET ANALYSIS, SUSPECT SCREENING TO NON TARGET ANALYSIS. LIMITATIONS AND PITFALLS

12,00-12,30 Keynote lecture
Helen Budzinski
University of Bordeaux, France
HIGH RESOLUTION MASS SPECTROMETRY AS A TOOL TO ELUCIDATE THE FATE AND BEHAVIOUR OF EMERGING CONTAMINANTS, SPECIALLY DRIGS AND METABOLITES, IN WASTE WATERS

12,30-12,50 
Verónica Castro
IIAA-Institute for Food Analysis and Research (Univesidade Santiago de Compostela). Santiago de Compostela, Spain
COMBINED SAMPLING AND RETENTION MECHANISMS IN LC-HRMS SCREENING OF PHARMACEUTICALS AND OTHER EMERGING POLLUTANTS IN WATER

12,50-13,10
Antoni Ginebreda
IDAEA CSIC. Barcelona, Spain
LC-HRMS/MS DETECTION OF TRANSFORMATION PRODUCTS AND METABOLITES OF PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOUNDS IN ARTIFICIAL RIVER CHANNEL EXPOSED TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT EFFLUENT

13,10-13,30
Jianru Stahl-Zeng
AB Sciex Germany GmbH. Darmstadt, Germany
ANALYSIS OF PPCP IN WATER SAMPLES USING LCMSMS WITH LARGE VOLUME INJECTION

13,30-14,30 Lunch & posters

Session 1 (PART 2). Environmental Monitoring and Sewage Chemical Information Mining (SCIM) of Pharma residues
Chair: Antoni Ginebreda

14,30-15,00 Keynote lecture
Mario Carere
Istituto Superiore di Sanità. Rome, Italy
EFFECT BASED METHODS FOR THE DETECTION OF PHARMACEUTICAL CONTAMINATION IN THE CONTEXT OF THE WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE

15,00-15,30 Keynote lecture
Haibo Zhang
Zhejiang A&F University. Hangzhou, China
VETERINARY ANTIBIOTICS IN THE SOILS OF CHINA: PROBLEMS AND MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS

15,30-15,50
Emilie Jardé
Univ Rennes, CNRS, Géosciences Rennes, UMR6118. Rennes, France
VETERINARY PHARMACEUTICAL CONTAMINATION IN MIXED LAND USE WATERSHEDS: FROM AGRICULTURAL HEADWATER TO WATER MONITORING WATERSHED

15,50-16,10
Le Bot Barbara
Univ Rennes, Inserm, EHESP, Irset (Institut de recherche en santé, environnement et travail). Rennes, France
VETERINARY PHARMACEUTICAL RESIDUES IN WATER RESOURCES AND TAP WATER IN AN INTENSIVE HUSBANDRY AREA IN FRANCE

16,10-16,40 Poster session & coffee break

Session 2. Omic Approaches to Assess Endogenous Biomarkers of Disease or Health
Session 3. Ecological and Health Effects, Hazards and Risks
Chair: Mario Carere

16,40-17,10  Keynote lecture
Marta Cascante
University of Barcelona, Spain
A SYSTEMS MEDICINE APPROACH TO UNVEIL THE METABOLIC PLASTICITY UNDERLYING METASTATIC POTENTIAL AND DRUG RESISTANCE

17.10-17.30
Sara Rodriguez-Mozaz
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA). Girona, Spain
EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF NSAIDS AND DIET REGIME IN FRESHWATER INVERTEBRATES THROUGH TARGET AND NON-TARGET METABOLOMICS

17,30-18,00 Keynote lecture
Leon Barron
Kings College, London, UK
OCCURRENCE, BIOCONCENTRATION, METABOLOMICS AND BEHAVIOURAL EFFECTS OF PHARMACEUTICALS IN FRESHWATER INVERTEBRATES

18,00-18,20
Teresa Lettieri
European Commission Joint Research Centre (EU JRC). Ispra, Italy
ANTIBIOTICS IN THE EU WATCH LIST PROGRAM AND CHALLENGES TO IMPROVE THE RISK ASSESSMENT

18,20-18,40
Quentin Aemig
INRA – LBE.  Narbonne, France
LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT AT FRENCH SCALE ON HUMAN HEALTH AND AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT OF MICROPOLLUTANTS RELEASED BY WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS

18,40-19,00
Fabrice MARTIN-LAURENT
INRA. Dijon, France
EVALUATION OF THE ECOTOXICOLOGICAL IMPACT OF WATERING VEGETABLES WITH WASTE WATER CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDES AND PHARMACEUTICAL RESIDUES

20,30 Dinner at la Lluna Restaurant (Carrer de Santa Anna 20, Barcelona)

 

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SESSION 4. Degradation and Innovative Remediation Technologies
Chair: Helen Budzinski

9,00-9,30 Keynote lecture
Ajit Sarmah
University of Auckland, New Zeland
LOW-COST ADSORBENT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION OF PHARMA RESIDUES- HOW RESILIENT IS THE APPROACH?

9,30-9,50
Eric Chauveheid
VIVAQUA. Brussels, Belgium
REMOVING PHARMACEUTICALS BY A SURFACE WATER TREATMENT PROCESS TO PRODUCE DRINKING WATER

9,50-10.10
Enelton Fagnani
IDAEA-CSIC. Barcelona, Spain
DETECTION OF PHARMACEUTICALS AND THEIR PHOTOTRANSFORMATION PRODUCTS IN SURFACE WATERS

10,10-10,30
Emma Deniere
Ghent University – Research group EnVOC – department Green Chemistry & Technology. Ghent, Belgium
DEGRADATION OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESIDUES BY OZONATION AND OZONE-ACTIVATED PEROXYMONOSULFATE PROCESS: A COMPARISON IN EFFICIENCY AND RADICAL CONTRIBUTION

10,30-10,50
Raffaella Meffe
IMDEA Water. Madrid, Spain
AMENDED VEGETATION FILTERS TO REMOVE PHARMACEUTICALS FROM WASTEWATER

10,50-11,10
Monica Brienza
UMR HydroSciences 5569. Montpellier, France
CHIRAL ANALYSIS: AN INNOVATIVE TOOL TO INVESTIGATE THE FATE OF PPCPS IN SOIL IRRIGATED WITH TREATED DOMESTIC WASTEWATER

11,10-11,30
Rebeca López Serna
Institute of Sustainable Processes (ISP), Dr. Mergelina, s/n, 47011, Valladolid, Spain
PHOTOBIOREACTORS BASED ON MICROALGAE-BACTERIA AND PURPLE PHOTOTROPHIC BACTERIA CONSORTIA: A PROMISING ECO-TECHNOLOGY TO REDUCE THE LOAD OF VETERINARY DRUGS FROM PIGGERY WASTEWATER

11,30-12,00 Poster session & coffee break

SESSION 5. Bioaccumulation and Plant Uptake of Pharma residues
Chair: Ajit Sarmah

12,00-12,30 KEYNOTE LECTURE
Yolanda Pico
Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Valencia, Spain
PHARMA RESIDUES AND MICROPLASTICS IN SAUDI ARABIAN  LAKES AND POOLS IRRIGATED WITH WASTEWATERS. BIOACUMULATION AND PLANT UPTAKE

12,30-12,50
Yvonne Bigott  

Helmholtz Zentrum München GmbH, Research Unit for Comparative Microbiome Analysis. Neuherberg, Germany
INFLUENCE OF DICLOFENAC ON THE DIURNAL EXPRESSION PATTERN OF STRESS GENES IN LACTUCA SATIVA

12,50-13,10
Sandra Perez
IDAEA-CSIC. Barcelona, Spain
FATE AND UPTAKE OF PHARMACEUTICALS AND THEIR METABOLITES IN THE SOIL/EARTHWORM/LETTUCE SYSTEM IRRIGATED WITH TREATED WASTEWATER

13,10-13,30
Raffaella Meffe
IMDEA Water Institute.  Madrid, Spain
FATE OF PHARMACEUTICALS IN SOIL-CROP SYSTEMS IN A MEDITERRANEAN SUBURBAN AGRICULTURAL AREA

13,30-15,00 Lunch & posters

SESSION 5 (PART 2). Bioaccumulation and Plant Uptake of Pharma residues
CHAIR: Damià Barceló & Haibo Zhang

15,00-15,20
Peter Schröder
Helmholtz Zentrum Muenchen, German Center for Environmental Health
THE WHOLE IS GREATER THAN THE SUM OF ITS PARTS – PERFORMANCE OF PHRAGMITES AND ITS ENDOPHYTES IN PHYTOREMEDIATION OF CARBAMAZEPINE

15,20-15,40
Nicola Montemurro
Department of Environmental Chemistry, Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA), Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC). Barcelona, Spain
EXPOSURE AND ACCUMULATION OF DIFFERENT CONTAMINANTS OF EMERGING CONCERN IN RADISH CROPS GROWN UNDER CONTROLLED CONDITIONS

15,40-16,00
Manasfi Rayana
UMR HydroSciences 5569, HSM, Montpellier University. Montpellier, France and Department of Environmental Chemistry, IDAEA-CSIC. Barcelona, Spain
PHARMACEUTICAL PLANT UPTAKE AND SOIL ACCUMULATION IN CROPS IRRIGATED WITH TREATED WASTEWATER: A FIELD STUDY

SESSION 6. Pharmaceutical industry and eco-friendly production
CHAIR: Damià Barceló & Haibo Zhan

16,00-16,30 Keynote lecture
Torkel Gren
Recipharm, Stockholm, Sweden
PHARMACEUTICALS IN THE ENVIRONMENT- A PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND MANUFACTURING PERSPECTIVE

16,30-16,45 Final Speech from Enrique Playan, Director of the Spanish State Research Agency

16,45-17,15 CLOSING CEREMONY, POSTER AWARD AND ANNOUNCMEENT OF 3RD ICRAPHE CONFERENCE IN HANGZHOU, CHINA

 

POSTER LIST

 

1-Manuela Correia
REQUIMTE/LAQV, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto. Porto, Portugal
MONITORING OF PHARMACEUTICALS AND TRANSFORMATION PRODUCTS IN THE RIVER LIS

2-Montserrat Solé
ICM-CSIC. Barcelona, Spain
BIOMARKER RESPONSES IN LUMBRICUS TERRESTRIS EXPOSED TO MODEL DRUGS

3-Trine Eggen
Norwegian Institute for Bioeconomy (NIBIO). Ås, Norway
PHARMACEUTICALS IN THE ENVIRONMENT – PREDICTING ENVIRONMENTAL FATE, AND ENVIRONMENTAL AND FOOD SAFETY

4-Juan Manuel Peña-Herrera
Water and Soil Quality Research Group, Dep. of Environmental Chemistry, IDAEA-CSIC. Barcelona, Spain
ACCUMULATION OF PHARMACEUTICALS RESIDUES IN FISH TISSUES FROM POLLUTED RIVERS

5-Benouareth Djamel Eddine
Biology department, Faculty of life and natural sciences and earth and universe sciences, university 8 May 1945. Guelma, Algeria
PHARMACEUTICALS IN ALGERIAN WASTEWATER SLUDGE: THE CASE OF THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IN GUELMA’S CITY

6-Benouareth Djamel Eddine
Biology department, Faculty of life and natural sciences and earth and universe sciences, university 8 May 1945. Guelma, Algeria
MUTAGENIC AND GENOTOXIC EFFECTS OF GUELMA’S URBAN WASTEWATER, ALGERIA

7-Elena Tyumina
Perm Federal Research Center of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Perm State University. Perm, Russia
PERSPECTIVE BIOCATALYSTS FOR NEUTRALIZATION AND DETOXIFICATION OF PHARMACEUTICAL POLLUTANTS

8-Marcela Levio
University of La Frontera. Temuco, Chile
LOW-COST BIOPURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY AS ALTERNATIVE FOR TETRACYCLINE-CONTAMINATED WATER TREATMENT

9-Maria Cristina Diez
University of La Frontera Temuco, Chile
PHYTOTOXICITY OF SEWAGE SLUDGES AND TETRACYCLINE EXTRACT IN GERMINATION OF LOLIUM PERENNE, TRIFOLIUM SP. AND TITRICUM AESTIVUM

10-Florence GERET
Institut National Universitaire Champollion. Albi, France
DEVELOPMENTAL AND REPRODUCTIVE RESPONSES OF TWO BIO-INDICATOR FRESHWATER SPECIES TO PHARMACEUTICAL DRUG EXPOSURE: SETTING THE STAGE FOR EVALUATING AQUATIC MICRO-POLLUTANT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT.

11-Florence GERET
Institut National Universitaire Champollion. Albi, France
EFFECTS OF AN ANXIOLYTIC DRUG ON EMBRYOGENESIS, GROWTH AND  LOCOMOTION OF A NON-MODEL FRESHWATER GASTROPOD

12-Grzegorz Siedlewicz
Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Sopot, Poland
CONCENTRATIONS AND RISK ASSESSMENT OF SELECTED ANTIBIOTICS RESIDUES IN MARINE SEDIMENTS FROM THE SOUTHERN BALTIC SEA.

13-Pedro Antonio García-Encina
Institute of Sustainable Processes (ISP). Valladolid, Spain
TRANSFORMATION PRODUCTS OF VETERINARY DRUGS IN SWINE MANURE DURING PHOTOBIOTREATMENTS BASED ON PHOTOTROPHIC MICROORGANISMS

14-Prof. Shadi Wajih Hasan
Khalifa University of Science and Technology. Abu Dabi, United Arab Emirates
CONTROL OF CONTAMINANTS OF EMERGING CONCERN (CECS) FROM MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER VIA ELECTRICALLY ENHANCED MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR

15-Lilianna Sharma
Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Sopot, Poland
EFFECTS OF ANTIBIOTICS ON GROWTH AND PHOTOSYSTEM II PERFORMANCE IN MARINE MICROORGANISMS.

16-Anaïs Espinosa
INRA. France
IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF METHOTREXATE PHOTODEGRADATION PRODUCTS

17-Sylvie Nelieu
INRA. France
ANTIBIOTIC RESIDUES AND ANTIBIORESISTANCE IN THE ENVIRONMENT: IS THERE A LINK IN THE CONTEXT OF FRENCH CATTLE FARMING?

18-Meritxell Gros
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA), University of Girona (UdG). Spain
ANTIBIOTICS AND ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE GENES IN NATURAL SPRINGS AS TRACERS OF AGRICULTURAL CONTAMINATION

19-Mira Čelić
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA), University of Girona (UdG). Spain
RISK ASSESSMENT BASED PRIORITIZATION OF PHARMACEUTICALS OF MAJOR CONCERN IN THE EBRO DELTA (SPAIN)

20-Marie Marchand-Pilard
SUEZ. Le Pecq, France
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF WATER MANAGEMENT IN GERMANY, SWITZERLAND AND SWEDEN REGARDING PHARMACEUTICAL POLLUTION

21-Yolanda Valcárcel Rivera
Rey Juan Carlos University. Madrid, Spain
RISK ASSESSMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD OF EMERGING POLLUTANTS DETECTED IN THE ANTARCTIC PENINSULA

22-Sophie Lardy-Fontan
LNE. Paris, France
OCCURRENCE OF ESTROGENIC COMPOUNDS AND PHARMACEUTICALS IN FRENCH SURFACE WATER: A WATCH LIST SURVEY

23-Helena Rapp Wright
DCU. Dublin, Ireland
INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF PHARMACEUTICAL, PESTICIDES AND ILLICIT DRUG COMPOUNDS IN WATER USING HIGH RESOLUTION CHEMICAL ANALYSIS AND MACHINE LEARNING

24-Sylvie Nelieu
INRA. Thiverval Grignon, France
STRATEGIES TO CONTROL THE DISSEMINATION OF ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN THE ENVIRONMENT: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

25-Jéssica Andrade Vilas-Boas
Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora. Juiz de Fora, Brazil
CAN CILIATE BE USED AS MODEL ORGANISMS TO REPRESENT AQUATIC SYSTEM? A CASE STUDY OF CAFFEINE

26-Sophie Lardy-Fontan
LNE. Paris, France
EDC-WFD: A PROJECT TO DELIVER RELIABLE MEASUREMENTS OF ESTROGENS FOR BETTER MONITORING SURVEY AND RISKS ASSESSMENTS

27-Dylan O’Flynn
Dublin City University. Dublin, Ireland
LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF PHARMACEUTICALS IN IRISH SURFACE WATERS

28-Verónica Castro
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Santiago de Compostela, Spain
OPTIMIZATION OF A WORKFLOW FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SCREENING BY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-QUADRUPOLE-TIME OF FLIGHT ACCURATE MASS SPECTROMETRY

29-Salomé Martínez-Morcillo
Unit of Toxicology, Veterinary Faculty, University of Extremadura. Caceres, Spain
METAL DETERMINATION (ZN, CU, CD AND PB) AND INTEGRATION OF OXIDATIVE STRESS BIOMARKERS IN FISH AND BIVALVE SPECIES FROM NORTH-WESTERN COAST OF SPAIN

30-Marjolaine Bourdat-Deschamps
INRA. Thiverval-Grignon, France
MOBILITY OF A PHARMACEUTICAL COCKTAIL IN SOIL POROUS MEDIA – ROLE OF THE COLLOIDAL TRANSPORT

31-Volker Lämmchen
University of Osnabrueck. Osnabrueck, Germany
GEOREFERENCED MODELLING AS COMPLEMENTARY APPROACH TO ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING

32-Salomé Martínez-Morcillo
Unit of Toxicology, Veterinary Faculty, University of Extremadura. Caceres, Spain
OCCURRENCE OF PHARMACEUTICALS AND LEVEL OF BIOMARKER IN SEAFOOD SPECIES FROM THE NORTH-WESTERN COAST OF SPAIN

33-Irene Aparicio
Department of Analytical Chemistry, Escuela Politécnica Superior, Universidad de Sevilla. Sevilla, Spain
METHOD FOR ROUTINE MONITORING PHARMACEUTICAL METABOLITES IN ENVIRONMENTAL AQUEOUS SAMPLES

34-Irene Aparicio
Department of Analytical Chemistry, Escuela Politécnica Superior, Universidad de Sevilla. Sevilla, Spain
SELECTIVE PRESSURIZED LIQUID EXTRACTION METHOD FOR MONITORING METABOLITES OF PHARMACEUTICALS IN SLUDGE AND SOIL

35-Journel Blandine
CEHTRA SAS. Cenon, France
ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT FOR MEDICINAL PRODUCT: PERSPECTIVE AND CHALLENGES

36-Marjolaine Bourdat-Deschamps
INRA. Thiverval-Grignon, France
IMPACT OF ORGANIC WASTE TREATMENTS ON THE FATE OF PHARMACEUTICALS AND PERSISTENT COMPOUNDS

37-Lúcia Santos
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA). Girona, Spain
INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF MICROPLASTICS AND THE ANTIBIOTIC CLARITHROMYCIN ON RIVER BIOFILMS: AN ECOTOXICOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

38-Radka Kodešová
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague. Pague, Czech Republic
UPTAKE OF CARBAMAZEPINE BY GREEN PEA PLANTS AND ITS TRANSFORMATION IN SOIL-PLANT SYSTEM

39-Hein Arne
German Environment Agency, Section IV 2.2 – Pharmaceuticals. Dessau-Roßlau, Germany
THE GLOBAL DATABASE “PHARMACEUTICALS IN THE ENVIRONMENT” – UPDATE AND NEW ANALYSIS

40-Lara Wöhler
University of Twente. Enschede, The Netherlands
THE GREY WATER FOOTPRINT OF HUMAN AND VETERINARY PHARMACEUTICALS

41-Vit Kodes
Czech Hydrometeorological Institute. Prague, Czech Republic
PHARMACEUTICALS IN SURFACE AND GROUND WATERS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

42-Ksenia Pazdro
Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences. Sopot, Poland
SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE AS A SOURCE OF PHARMACEUTICAL AND CAFFEINE RESIDUES IN COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS: BAY OF PUCK (SOUTHERN BALTIC SEA) CASE STUDY

43-Gunnar Niebaum
Institute of Environmental Systems Research, Osnabrück University. Osnabrueck, Germany
HOW PREDICTABLE ARE PHARMACEUTICAL LOADS IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT INFLUENTS AND EFFLUENTS?

44-Dani Mulas
INTE. Barcelona, Spain
NUCLEAR MEDICINE ACTIVITIES AND PRESENCE OF RADIONUCLIDES IN THE BARCELONA METROPOLITAN AREA URBAN WATER CYCLE

45-Mohamed A. El-Sheikh
Department of Botany and Microbiology, College of Science, King Saud University. Ryadh, Saudi Arabia
EMERGING CONTAMINANTS IN SOIL AND PLANT TREATED WITH WASTEWATER UNDER REAL-WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS IN THE AL HAYER AREA, SAUDI ARABIA: UPTAKE, ACCUMULATION AND HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT

46-Caroline Gardia-Parège
University of Bordeaux, CNRS, UMR EPOC, équipe LPTC. Talence cedex, France
CHEMICAL FINGERPRINT OF SEWAGE SLUDGE : COMBINATION OF TARGET, SUSPECT AND NON TARGET ANALYSIS

47-Daniele Sadutto
Environmental and Food Safety Research Group of the University of Valencia (SAMA-UV), Desertification Research Centre (CIDE). Valencia, Spain
DETECTION, OCCURRENCE AND FATE OF PHARMACEUTICALS AND PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS IN A TYPICAL MEDITERRANEAN COASTAL WETLAND

48-Anna Marqueño
IDAEA-CSIC. Barcelona,Spain
DROSPIRENONE INDUCES THE ACCUMULATION OF TRIACYLGLYCERIDES IN THE FISH HEPATOMA CELL LINE, PLHC-1

49-Daniele Sadutto
Food and Environmental Safety Research Group (SAMA-UV), Desertification Research Centre (CIDE-UV, GV, CSIC). Valencia, Spain
NON-TARGET ASSESSMENT OF THE OCCURRENCE OF ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS IN SEWAGE SLUDGE

50-Marc Castaño
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA) / University of Girona (UdG). Girona, Spain
A SOLUTION TO THE WATER SCARCITY PROBLEM ON THE MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES: HYDROUSA, CLOSING THE LOOPS

51-Jose Maria Castaño-Ortiz
Institut Català de Recerca de l’Aigua (ICRA)/ Universitat de Girona. Girona, Spain
IS THE MAR MENOR LAGOON (SE SPAIN) TAKING A BREAK FROM PHARMACEUTICAL POLLUTION?  A DECADE OF PHARMACEUTICAL MONITORING IN A THREATENED MEDITERRANEAN COASTAL ECOSYSTEM

52-Natalia Ospina-Alvarez
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA) / University of Girona. Girona, Spain
INTRODUCING ‘PLAS-MED’ MICROPLASTICS AND MICROCONTAMINANTS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN COAST: ENVIRONMENTAL AND HUMAN HEALTH IMPACTS

53-Ruben Gil-Solsona
Institut Català de Recerca de l”Aigua. Girona, Spain
PRESENCE OF ANTIBIOTIC RESIDUES IN MARINE, SURFACE AND WASTEWATERS AND POTENTIAL ANTHROPOGENIC SOURCE ASSESSMENT. A CASE STUDY IN THE VULNERABLE AREA OF THE EBRO DELTA (NE SPAIN)

54-Malgorzata Siwek
University of Huddersfield. Huddersfield, UK
ELECTRON BEAM IRRADIATION AS A FUTURE ECO-TECHNOLOGY FOR PHARMACEUTICALS DEGRADATION AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT

55-Samuel Welch
Norwegian Institute for Water Research. Oslo, Norway
PREDICTING THE ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS OF PHARMACEUTICALS IN NORWEGIAN FRESHWATERS

56-Andrea Peris Domes
ENFOCHEM, Department of Environmental Chemistry, Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA), Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC). Barcelona, Spain
THE USE OF QUECHERS AND LC−HRMS TO EVALUATE THE UPTAKE OF PHARMACEUTICALS BY RADISH CROPS IRRIGATED WITH RECLAIMED WASTEWATER

57-M Rosa Boleda
Aigües de Barcelona EMGCIA. Barcelona, Spain
STUDY OF THE PRESENCE OF PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOUNDS DURING A TRIAL OF WASTEWATER REUSE IN THE LLOBREGAT RIVER (CATALONIA, NORTH-EAST SPAIN)

58-Yongfei Ma
Hubei Key Laboratory of Mineral Resources Processing and Environment, School of Resources and Environmental Engineering, State Key Laboratory of Silicate Materials for Architectures, Wuhan University of Technology. Wuhan, China
CARBON NANOTUBE SUPPORTED SLUDGE BIOCHAR AS AN EFFICIENT ADSORBENT FOR LOW CONCENTRATIONS OF SULFAMETHOXAZOLE REMOVAL

59-Sharon Pfleger
NHS Highland. Inverness, United Kingdom
A BASELINE STUDY TO UNDERSTAND WATER QUALITY AND THE WASTE WATER TREATMENT CYCLE IN CAITHNESS GENERAL HOSPITAL