Bioremediation, the process of using living organisms to break down environmental pollutants, has real potential for the circular economy. It could help address environmental pollution while promoting resource recovery and sustainability.
The process also supports more circular use of resources, minimises waste generation and reduces the need for resource extraction.
On 12 September, the ECESP Leadership Group on Bioeconomy will bring together an expert panel to discuss ways to clean up the environment using this nature-based solution and achieve zero-pollution. Participants will learn how to reduce microplastics and pharmaceutics contamination in the soil and water.
Our experts will present innovative bioremediation solutions and how to implement them sustainably.