Add_Landelijk meetnet effecten mestbeleid LMM (2018-2023) (BO-43-101-010, BO-43-012.02-033)

Project: EZproject

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Description

For the monitoring and analysis of the effects of the 6th NAP, the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality (LNV) needs monitoring of the water quality on farms in relation to agricultural practice on these farms. This takes place via the Minerals Policy Monitoring Programme (LMM). This allows LNV to comply with the obligations imposed by the European Commission. In addition, the monitoring provides insights that are relevant for accountability and substantiation of the manure policy.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality has asked the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) and Wageningen Economic Research, an institute within Wageningen Research (WR), to jointly implement the LMM. Within the LMM, RIVM monitors water quality and WR is responsible for monitoring business operations (and effects). This concerns the monitoring of the Evaluation Monitoring programme and that of the Derogation Monitoring programme for the period 2018 to 2021.
The products of LMM 2018-2021 are diverse: a fixed monitoring programme of companies, monitoring results for the Evaluation Monitoring programme and the Derogation Monitoring programme, various reports arising from obligations to the EU, research reports, articles and news items.
The quality of data, models and reports is guaranteed by: centrally controlled controls during recording and information production; the feedback of results to the participating entrepreneurs, project-based work and both internal accountability within WR and within the collaboration with RIVM, as well as external accountability towards the client, the sounding board group and via external reviews.

StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/01/1831/12/22

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