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Call for technical papers 2021

Submit your abstract online by 1 December 2021

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CRU are pleased to announce the call for papers for CRU Phosphates 2022 Conference is now open. CRU Phosphates is an essential annual event for the global phosphate community to meet and learn about the key market and technical developments that will impact their business and operational strategies for the year ahead. The respected dual-streamed agenda provides key market insights and showcases the latest technology, process, materials and equipment developments that offer operational improvement.
Presenting at the conference offers you an ideal platform to highlight your organisation's expertise and demonstrate thought-leadership to a global audience, spanning the fertilizer, feed and industrial phosphates markets.

Technical subject areas include:
  • Advances in environmentally sustainable operations, including water management, energy efficiency and reclamation
  • Operational problems and solutions and best practice health and safety initiatives restoration, revamping or maintenance case studies
  • Restoration, revamping or maintenance case studies
  • Phosphate rock: Projects; mining; assessment; processing; transportation and beneficiation
  • Phosphoric and sulphuric acid: Production, operations, and process improvements
  • New developments in fertilizer finishing and granulation
  • Innovations in feed or industrial phosphate production
  • Phosphorus recycling and sustainability

Why submit an abstract?
Demonstrate your knowledge and experience to an international audience
Enhance your industry profile and position yourself as a thought-leader
Meet industry peers and develop new contacts
Highlight your organisation’s new developments and innovations

How to submit an abstract?

Submit an abstract of between 200-400 words, outlining the nature of your technology, process or case study, its target market and USP’s it delivers.

To discuss an abstract in greater detail, please contact Amanda Whicher