Sunday, April 27, 2014

Event - Wastewater Infrastructure & Networks Conference

WWT's 2nd annual Wastewater Infrastructure & Networks Conference will take place on April, 29, 2014 in Birmingham, UK. This event is for all wastewater service providers looking to optimise existing assets. Over 130 people attended last year.

Attend this one-day conference to:

•Find new ways to improve your flood risk management and asset resilience strategy
•Understand where Thames Water is taking different approaches in AMP6
•Discuss strategies for optimal wastewater network management, including integrated approaches, with your peers
•Gain first-hand insight into the sewer pollution reduction transformation in Wales
•Hear how Anglian Water is communicating with customers and working with stakeholders to reduce FOG in the network
•Explore the vision of a future Smart wastewater network


•Simon Chadwick, Wastewater Services Director, United Utilities
•Martin Perrin, Strategic Waste Planning Manager, Thames Water
•Simon Cocks, Wastewater Services Director, Severn Trent Water
•Catherine Harrold, Head of Water Supply, Defra
•Steve Wilson, Director of Wastewater Services, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water

For more information or to register click here. eau, aqua, oceans, lakes, rivers, ground water, aquifers, resource, manage, stewardship, precious, finite, vital, use, exploitation, responsible, sustainable, sustainability,

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