WWEM is a focused Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring event with 8 Conferences, 80 Workshops and an International Exhibition.
Created for people with a professional interest in water and environmental monitoring, WWEM 2016 (www.wwem.uk.com) will take place in Telford 2nd-3rd November. Registered visitors will learn about the latest developments in regulations, technologies, methods and standards in laboratory, process, industrial and environmental monitoring.
The WWEM conferences are being run with industry partners including SWIG, British Water, CIWEM, the IWA (International Water Association) and others. The WWEM Exhibition, which includes a Gas Detection Zone, will feature over 150 international organisations including regulators, accreditation organisations, lab and process instrument manufacturers, and analytical service providers.
Why visit WWEM 2016?
-Attend conference presentations by leading industry experts
-CPD Certified Event
-Meet with over 150 leading equipment and service suppliers all under one roof
-Attend over 80 workshops to learn about all aspects of environmental monitoring
-Registered delegates will receive free parking, free refreshments, free lunch and free access to a world of information!
-The free parts of WWEM 2016 include:
>BMSS Environmental Laboratory Analysis
>Pump Centre BIM awareness day
Contact Marcus Pattison
Telford International Centre
WWEM 2012, the Water Wastewater & Environmental Monitoring event (Telford, 7/8th November 2012) has announced a partnership with SWIG to help accelerate the sharing of knowledge at this year's event.
SWIG (Sensors for Water Interest Group) is a not for profit information exchange and networking group with a diverse UK-wide membership drawn from the water and process industries, sensor manufacturers and their distributors, academic institutions involved in sensor research, regulatory bodies and consultants working in the field of water management.
SWIG focuses on the use of sensor and associated technologies for measurement and control in water and wastewater treatment processes and infrastructure, as well as in natural environments and waters.
SWIG Programme Manager Linda Smith says: "WWEM 2012 will be a great opportunity for everyone involved with water quality and flow to come together and exchange ideas during an event that will be entirely focused on testing and monitoring. We therefore welcome this opportunity to encourage collaboration between parties interested in research, development and sensor deployment, and we anticipate strong participation from our members."
WWEM 2012 organiser Marcus Pattison says he is "delighted with SWIG's involvement because matchmaking between academia and industry will be a central theme for this year's event."
Further information is available at www.wwem.uk.com and www.swig.org.uk