Workshop on screening methods for water data information

December 20, 2004

Brussels, 17 Dec 2004

The SWIFT-WFD project (Screening Methods for Water Data Information in support of the implementation of the Water Framework Directive) is holding its first annual workshop in Brussels, Belgium, from 7 to 8 March.

The objective of this workshop is to show the relevance of using existing low-cost monitoring methods to demonstrate the interest in developing new tools, and to discuss their use and advantages.

The workshop will explain how the SWIFT-WFD project is seeking to find ways to comply with Water Framework Directive requirements.

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Or contact:
Valentine Vierne
Tel: +33 1 40 51 94 78
Fax: +33 46 34 23 05

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