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Keeping London well-watered

The importance of water and sewerage services to England's capital city were highlighted by a round table which took place in April 2005.

Participants were asked to discuss how sustainable water infrastructure could be guaranteed for London.

WWT's editor at the time, Malcolm Hallsworth said, "The panellists made quite plain that potential disruption to customers' supplies is not a too-far removed possibility. Although the nature of the problems London faces were accepted almost uniformly by the panel, the event showed how difficult it is to take that consensus forward into even a shadow of a strategy to counteract them."
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Participants

  • Professor Alan Alexander Former chairman
    Scottish Water
  • Bill Alexander CEO
    RWE Thames Water
  • Bill Emery Director of costs & performance and chief engineer
    Ofwat
  • Louise Every Sustainability research assistant
    Institute of Public Policy Research
  • Nicky Gavron Deputy Mayor of London
  • David Nickols Managing Director
    Black & Veatch Water, Europe region
  • Nick Reeves Executive director
    CIWEM
  • Jo Valentine Chief executive
    London First
  • Barbara Young Chief executive
    Environment Agency

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