Record attendances expected at WWEM 2010

The organisers of WWEM 2010 are expecting record levels of attendance at this year's highly anticipated event; exhibitor numbers are 15% higher than at the last event in 2008 and the number of pre-registered visitors has grown by a massive 36%.

Taking place over two days (10th and 11th November) at the Telford International Centre, there are a host of new features including a laboratory conference, a new gas detection zone and more new product launches than ever before.

There will be a strong international contingent at WWEM 2010, with registered visitors coming from as far afield as Romania, Russia, Turkey, Cyprus, Hungary, Portugal, Poland, the United States and even Australia.

WWEM 2010 will offer two Conferences, one focusing on Process Monitoring and another on Laboratory Analysis. There will also be over 70 free walk-in/walk-out Workshops to choose from in addition to an exhibition featuring over 120 of the world's leading providers of environmental monitoring equipment and services.

Pre-event visitor registration is still available at

For further information please email WWEM (Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring Conference)

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