Sunday, March 9, 2014

Event - Water Ireland 2014

This event will take place on March 27, 2014 at the Pillo Hotel in Ashbourne. Over 110 people are now confirmed to attend. Water Ireland 2014 is a must-attend annual conference for anyone involved in or affected by the evolution and sustainability of the Irish water sector.


Attend to

•Gain first-hand insight into the development of Irish Water
•Explore the potential for Ireland to tap into business abroad
•Understand the change in infrastructure delivery within Ireland
•Gain first-hand insight into the Water Framework Directive and the vision that the EU has for safeguarding water resources
•Hear new perspectives on the water cycle and integrated water resource management challenges facing Ireland
•Find out new approaches to changing consumer behaviour and attitudes toward water consumption and conservation  

Speakers include

Phil Hogan, T.D, Minister, Environment, Community and Local Government
Dr. John Tierney, Managing Director, Irish Water Ian Talbot, Chief Executive, Chambers Ireland
Conference Chair: Frank McDonald, Environment Editor, The Irish Times  

Pre Conference Networking Dinner (optional)

Delegates also have the opportunity to attend a networking pre conference dinner on the evening of the 26th March. For more information please click here. (additional cost applies)  

Continued Professional Development

This conference has been certified for CPD purposes and all attendees are eligible to receive a certificate of their attendance.

For more information or to register click here

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