17 May 2018 - Cardiff, Wales

The flagship annual gathering of Welsh water sector professionals is back for 2018.

This is the only event to bring together not just those directly involved in providing a clean, efficient and resilient water supply in Wales, but also land managers, large water users, councils, regulators, NGOs and government bodies with a responsibility or stake in its improvement.

100 attendees already confirmed, including:
ABB - Aberystwyth University – Aerzen – Amey – APEM – BASF - Black & Veatch - Caerphilly County Borough Council - Cardiff University - Cardiff Water Research Institute - Centre for Ecology & Hydrology - CGI IT UK - Consumer Council for Water – Costain - Diehl Metering - Drinking Water Inspectorate - Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water - Forest Drainage Products - FT Pipeline Systems – Jacopa - JBA Consulting - JN Bentley - Kier Integrated Services - KP2M - Morgan Sindall - National Sewerage Association - Natural Resources Wales - NFU Cymru – Ofwat - Ove Arup & Partners - Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum - Ricardo Energy & Environment – RSPB - Scottish Water - Severn Trent - Skanska UK - South West Water – Stantec - Suez Advanced Solutions UK – Sweco - The Coal Authority - The Woodland Trust - Transvac Systems - Veolia Water Technologies - Wallingford HydroSolutions - Welsh Government - Wessex Water - Wheatley Associates - Wildlife Trusts Wales - Wood Environment & Infrastructure

Click here to see full list 

Why attend:

  • Gain an update on Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water’s 2050 vision to protect future customers and the environment
  • Debate the impacts of the post-Brexit CAP and find out how rural economies will be supported
  • Hear the technical innovation that is improving water quality
  • Gain insight into how we can better build a long-term resilient future and ensure that the infrastructure lasts
  • Find out how Wales is upscaling catchment management and working more collaboratively

Sponsored by


Steve Ormerod

Chair: Steve Ormerod
Professor of ecology
Cardiff University

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Chris Jones
Chief executive
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water

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Dr Isabelle Durance
Cardiff Water Research Institute

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Philip Marshall
Deputy chief executive
Consumer Council for Water


Tim Render
Director, environment & rural affairs
Welsh Government

bob stear

Bob Stear
Head of innovation
Severn Trent

natalie hall

Natalie Hall
Water strategy manager
Natural Resources Wales 

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Dr Phillippa Pearson
Catchment manager
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water

Prices & register

Full rate

  • Utilities, Public Sector, Non-Profit, Academic £375 (+VAT)
  • Contractors, Solution Providers, Consultants £475 (+VAT)

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