BCPC Congress 2016: Adapting to change

12th February 2016

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The early bird delegate rate for this year’s BCPC Congress, which takes place at the Hilton Metropole, Brighton, UK on 4-5 October 2016, is now running until 1 April. Organised by BCPC (the British Crop Production Council), in association with TSGE Forum, this year’s Congress theme will be “Changes in European Agriculture – How the Regulatory Environment might Adapt”.

“As well as offering presentations on the existing regulatory environment for pesticides in Europe, this year’s BCPC Congress will consider what changes are taking place in European agriculture and how the EU regulatory system may need to adapt in light of this increasingly demanding public and political environment,” says Dr Colin Ruscoe, Chairman, BCPC. “As well as JSC, we are delighted to welcome on board the independent research organisation TNO triskelion bv as another headline sponsor.”

The speaker list is already building with representation from Syngenta, Bayer, The Soil Association, a Water Authority and several Universities. Information on the programme will be available soon but will include a blend of regulatory, technical and policy topics so that delegates will be assured of a highly informative two days of knowledge-gathering and networking.

“The BCPC Congress 2016 will build on the popular format and growth over the last three years,” says Dr. Ruscoe. “And we shall again be targeting speakers and attendees from the EU regulatory community, including EU authorities, manufacturers, formulators, retail and service companies.”

Delegate registration is now open – www.bcpccongress.org/register. Full details of the event can be found on the Congress website at: www.bcpccongress.org or email: TSGE Forum at enquiries@tsgeforum.com.

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