Invitation to WWEM 2008
21 October 2008, News release from WWEM 2008 (Water, Wastewater and Environmental M
You are cordially invited to WWEM 2008 - the world's largest environmental monitoring event!
WWEM (Water Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring) is an event
designed to act as a focal point for the exchange of knowledge and
information on environmental monitoring.
WWEM is comprised of a Conference, over 70 Workshops and an Exhibition including around 100 companies.
Pre-register at www.wwem.uk.com to receive:
·Free lunch and refreshments
·Free access to the Exhibition
·Free access to all Workshops
WHERE? - Telford International Centre, click here
WHEN? - 5th and 6th November 2008
WHO? - Visitors to WWEM all have an interest in testing or monitoring. They come from a wide range of industries including Water, Food & Beverage, Energy, Petrochem, Pharmaceutical and Manufacturing.
Visitors also include Regulators, consultants, researchers, analysts, process operators etc.
WHAT'S NEW AT WWEM 2008
WWEM 2008 will be the largest dedicated environmental monitoring event in the world, featuring the latest help and guidance on environmental regulations including the Environment Agency's MCERTS monitoring certification schemes.
The WWEM Exhibition represents an opportunity to see almost all of the world's leading providers of monitoring instrumentation and services, including the launch of many new technologies from the world's leading suppliers such as ABB, Emerson Process, HACH LANGE, OTT Hydrometry, PPM, RS Hydro, Servo and YSI.
The WWEM Workshops will cover a wide variety of subjects ranging from new sensor technologies to novel analytical techniques and from wireless communications to flow monitoring and regulatory compliance. Many of the Workshops will offer practical help and advice on how to obtain accurate test and monitoring data as cost-effectively as possible.
PLAN YOUR VISIT!
WWEM organiser, Marcus Pattison says, "WWEM is a specialist event, so visitors are likely to find that many of the sessions are directly relevant to their work. Therefore, it is vital for visitors to plan their time at WWEM very carefully because the Conference runs at the same time as the Workshops, so delegates usually drop in and out of Conference and Workshop sessions to meet their specific needs. As a result, WWEM is a highly active event and I would urge everyone to download the Conference and Workshop schedules from www.wwem.uk.com so that they can maximise the value of their time at the event."
Entry to the Exhibition and Workshops is free to visitors that have pre- registered at www.wwem.uk.com.
Entry to the Conference is £55 + VAT for a day pass or £75 + VAT for 2 days.
We look forward to seeing you!
For further information please email WWEM 2008 (Water, Wastewater and Environmental M