Dutch experts on climate change adaptation join forces
Fourteen Dutch knowledge institutes have joined forces to provide practical, demand-driven policy advice based on climate change adaptation.
Substances of very high concern (SVHC) can hamper the safe recycling of waste streams in the Netherlands. These substances occur in a wide range of waste streams.
European REACH regulation on chemicals can provide benefits to companies that make or import bio-based substances.
Residues of plant protection products used in greenhouses may enter surface water upon discharge of nutrient solution and affect surface water organisms.
RIVM gave a series of trainings in June 2017, the first of which was a fact-finding mission in the context of the WHO project "Small and Safe: scaling up water safety planning and effective water q
From 26 – 28 June 2017, Harold van den Berg (RIVM) and Giuliana Ferrero (UNESCO-IHE) conducted a training to explain the Water Safety Plan (WSP) approach of the World Health Organization (WHO) and
The project SMALL aims at supporting the development of applicable and sustainable water and sanitation provision models for small towns of Sub-Saharan Africa.
A delegation from the Ethiopian Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Electricity visited RIVM on May 30th 2017. Mutual interests were discussed and also future collaborative activities.
Each year, RIVM presents an update on the number of illnesses caused by 14 enteric pathogens (such as Salmonella, Campylobacter or Listeria) that can be transmitted by food into the human body.