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IFS Technical Conference

The International Fertiliser Society (IFS) is delighted to announce that it will be again holding a Technical Conference. The Conference takes place

from 12 – 13 May 2022
in Hotel Casa 400, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Each year in late Spring / early Summer the Society holds its Technical Conference, covering aspects of the production and handling of fertilising materials. This conference is held at different venues across Europe. Highlights of the conference will be:

  • a presentation from the European Commission and follow up discussion panel on the practical consequences for the industry of the imminent implementation of the EU Fertilising Products Regulation.
  • a guided tour of ICL’s Amfert production facility (pre-booking required).
  • the popular Conference Dinner, held on the evening of 12 May.

The Conference will feature nine papers, in addition to the session on the EUFPR, covering topics including progress within the industry in producing green ammonia on a commercial scale, advances in sustainable fertiliser production, new processes to produce phosphoric acid from low grade rock, a review of the reality and practice of nutrient recycling in Europe, and aspects of the digitisation of fertiliser production – applications of digital twinning and the use of DNA tagging for supply chain security.

This conference will also be available to follow via a Live Stream. While we appreciate that this cannot replicate the effectiveness of the networking and conversations facilitated by in-person attendance, it will enable those unable to travel to Amsterdam the opportunity to view the presentations and put questions to the presenters.

The Conference programme provides ample opportunities for valuable networking, including the Conference dinner. Registration is required. Further details on registration, program and speaker as well as generell information can be found on the conference website.

Further Information

Conference Website

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