WWT and edie launch Sustainable Water 2012

Water & Wastewater Treatment (WWT) has announced a brand-new two-day conference for the water industry this September, supported by sister brands edieWater and WET News.

Creating a more sustainable industry presents the water sector with a unique set of challenges for the future. Sustainable Water 2012 will bring together practitioners and policy makers to discuss these challenges and share best practice. Key topics include regulation, sustainable asset management, including leveraging sustainable outcomes in AMP6, how to future-proof businesses against energy price volatility, catchment management, smarter water abstraction and making water trading a reality.

Delegates will hear from more than 35 expert speakers from across the industry, including Ofwat; Defra; Environment Agency; Wessex Water; South East Water; Thames Water; Yorkshire Water; Severn Trent Water; South West Water; Southern Water; Northern Ireland Water; Scottish Water; Unities Utilities; Welsh Water and Anglian Water.

Registration is open now and delegates can book for either day, or take advantage of a discounted rate for both.

Keynote speakers include:
Regina Finn, Chief Executive, Ofwat
Dr. Paul Leinster, Chief Executive, Environment Agency
Nick Ellins, President, Institute of Water
Prof. Tom Stephenson, Chairman, British Water
Richard Flint, Chief Executive, Yorkshire Water
Tony Smith, Chief Executive, Consumer Council for Water
Trevor Haslett, Chief Executive, Northern Ireland Water
Prof. Jacqueline McGlade, Executive Director, European Envirnment Agency

Taking place on September 6-7 at the Park Plaza Victoria, London, Sustainable Water 2012 is sponsored by Veolia Water.

edie staff


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