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With both Brexit and AMP7 on the horizon, it is a crucial time for the UK water industry to build a resilient strategy to protect water quality for future generations.

 Increasing regulatory standards, pressures on resources, climate change and rising consumer expectations are among the many challenges facing the sector. Collaboration and innovation will be key in funding the future, protecting the environment and delivering long-term ambitions for water quality.

Back by popular demand, the third annual WWT Drinking Water Quality Conference will assess best-in-class innovation in treatment, evaluate the effectiveness of catchment management approaches and explore new ways to build consumer trust. It will also showcase new approaches to incident management, review the revisions to the Drinking Water Directive, and assess the changes in abstraction laws.

Showcasing specialist scientific research, unique treatment techniques and customer-side risk mitigation case studies, this is the UK’s only dedicated event for water quality professionals seeking advice, inspiration and unrivalled networking opportunities.

We look forward to meeting you in Birmingham for what promises to be an insightful day of networking and knowledge exchange.

James Brockett
Editor
Water & Wastewater Treatment (WWT)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Water company directors, heads and managers responsible for:

  • Water quality / drinking water / water resources
  • Regulation & compliance
  • Scientific / technical services
  • Research & development
  • Innovation
  • Customer / consumer
  • Catchment management & strategy
  • Process engineering
  • Operations
  • Water treatment
  • Sustainability & environment

Plus:

  • Government
  • NGOs
  • Consultants & contractors
  • Technology & solution providers
  • Consumer councils
  • Academia

ABOUT WWT

WWT is the only print magazine and website addressing the operational issues in the water industry. For the engineers in water companies and water-using manufacturing, WWT provides the information they need to make water work. Authoritative and concise, WWT covers news analysis and commentary, project case studies, technology innovations and industry research spanning all areas of municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment.

For more information, visit: www.wwtonline.co.uk