A big Thank You to all the participants at NORDROCS 2014 and to all the people who presented and helped to organize the conference!
- 2014.04.11 All speakers have now confirmed their participation at the conference, please find the complete program here!
- 2014.04.28 All abstracts can now be found under the page “Abstracts & Short papers” in the menu to the left. The remaining short papers will be uploaded as we receive them from keynote speakers.
- 2014.05.19 We proudly announce a very interesting poster session which will be available during the breaks. All the abstracts for the poster session can be found in the “Poster Session” menu to the left.
- 2014.08.18 The exhibition area is now full, with 32 organisations participating in the exhibition! Information to the exhibitors can be found in the menu to the left under “Exhibitor’s information”
- 2014.08.29 There are now 365 registered participants, maximum is 370. We only need 5 participants more participants before the conference is full!
- 2014.09.22 We have now started to publish the presentations from the conference, you will find them in the menu to the left under “Presentations“.
The registration closed the 29th of August. There are however room for a few more participants. You may not be able to attend the reception at the City Hall nor be listed as a participant in the conference program as the material is sent for publishing. If you are interested to register, please contact Resia, see details below.
All practical questions regarding registration, exhibition and poster session are handled by:
Resia Meeting, Event & Conference
Phone: +46 (0) 60 52 53 00
After successful conferences in Malmö (2006), Helsinki (2008), Copenhagen (2010) and Oslo (2012) the four Nordic networks on contaminated sites -Nätverket Renare Mark/Sweden, MUTKU/Finland, Miljøringen/Norway, and ATV Soil and Groundwater/Denmark- now arrange NORDROCS 2014 in Stockholm.
The objective of NORDROCS 2014 is to address issues on assessment and remediation of soil, groundwater and sediments in the context of Nordic conditions. The meeting intends to provide a forum for the exchange of information gathered through research and project experience. Target groups include scientists, regulators, consultants, contractors and other professionals working with contaminated sites and sediments in Nordic countries and other countries in Northern Europe and around the Baltic Sea.
We are looking forward to see you in Stockholm during September 15 – 18, 2014!