Aqua Enviro providing specialist technical training courses and conferences for the water, wastewater and waste sectors. Set up as a spin-out company of Leeds University in 1995.
We offer comprehensive training to water companies and commercial companies covering topics such as Microscopic Examination, Design of Activated Sludge Systems and Design & Operation of Anaerobic Design Technologies
Conferences investigate the latest developments in Energy reduction, Anaerobic Digestion, Co-digestion, Bio-gas, Organic Recycling, Organic Resources, Carbon, Constructed Wetlands, Bio-solids, Odour control from waste handling facilities & Private Water Supplies. We also provide a wide range of related training material including past conference proceedings available to purchase. Many of our training courses are accredited and approved by the CIWEM. Please visit our website for further information. www.aquaenviro.co.uk.
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Wetlands for Water Management Conference - Constructed Wetland Association (CWA) Annual Conference and AGM 26-27 June, Cardiff University
Constructed and natural wetlands can play an important role, in terms of water quality treatment and floodwater retention, in achieving overall water management objectives at a site or across a river catchment. They can also deliver additional ecosystem service benefits such as recreation, carbon storage and nutrient cycling.
This conference will examine the role constructed wetlands, sustainable drainage and natural wetlands play in water management by presenting the latest developments and approaches, by examining their ongoing management and maintenance requirements and by identifying the additional benefits they provide.
Session Themes ·Wetlands delivering catchment management objectives ·Constructed wetlands - latest developments and innovations ·Leachate treatment ·Operation and maintenance - how to get the most out of your system Submitting an Abstract
If you are interested in presenting a paper or poster at this conference please email firstname.lastname@example.org including the proposed title and three brief bullet points outlining the main points by the 19th April.
A prize will be awarded for the best Student Poster.