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SEPAWA-Congress Has Extended Lecture Program

December 9, 2005

GERMANY: This year, the 52nd SEPAWA-Congress, in cooperation with the Expert Group Detergent Chemistry of the GDCh (German Society of Chemists) and the European Detergent Conference, will extend its lecture program on detergents and cleaners.
The congress will take place at the Würzburg Congress Center, October 12-14, 2005 and features an extensive program on detergents and cleaners as well as cosmetics, fragrances and environmental concerns. Lectures will be held on basic science and the complementary theme of applications. Practitioner and formulators’ viewpoints will be discussed and the most up-to-date scientific findings will be presented. More info: Website: www.sepawa.com.
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