WWEM 2012 visitors urged to plan ahead
Marcus Pattison, one of the organisers of WWEM 2012 (Telford: 7th - 8th November) has issued a warning to visitors, urging them to plan their time at the event very carefully. He says, "In 2010 a number of visitors found that they were unable to visit all of the Conference sessions, training sessions and free Workshops that were of interest during a one day visit. To make matters 'worse', we have packed even more into the 2012 event, so visitors are going to have to plan their time very carefully and seriously consider coming on both days."
For visitors that pre-register at www.wwem.uk.com, entry to the Exhibition (including 130 exhibitor stands and access to over 100 walk-in/walk-out Workshops), is free of charge and parking, food and refreshments are all complimentary. WWEM 2012 will also provide two CIWEM accredited CPD Conferences, one focusing on Environmental monitoring and another with a Laboratory focus. Entrance to these conferences will cost £55 per day or £100 for both days.
Complimenting the compact daytime schedule, there will be a Gala Dinner on Wednesday 7th November at which MCERTS certificates will be presented by the Environment Agency's Head of Monitoring and Analytical Services, Malcolm Lythgo. The Gala Dinner is a fun filled night which includes exciting after dinner entertainment.
For further information please email WWEM (Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring Conference) 7th & 8th November 2012