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The 18th Recycling of Agricultural, Municipal and Industrial Residues in Agriculture Network (RAMIRAN) conference will be held in Cambridge, UK from 12–14 September 2023. 

All sessions will be held in the heart of Cambridge at the Guildhalls and Corn Exchange.

The conference will focus on developing strategies to maximise the efficiency of organic materials against a background of changing regulation, policy and market forces and increasing pressure on the environment, soil quality and food production.

The conference will include sessions on

  • policy and regulation
  • nutrient utilisation
  • soil quality
  • air and water quality
  • treatment and processing technologies
  • promoting best practice.


Details for abstract submissions and registration are now on the RAMIRAN website. 

Check https://ramiran2023.org/ for updates or follow  @ramiran2023 on twitter. 

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