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Water And Sewerage Journal


Water & Sewerage Journal strives to deliver a programme of current and objective content from those spearheading developments within the sector. It features regular contributions from leading organisations such as Ofwat, WRc, Cranfield University, CIWEM, National Sewerage Association, Association of Drainage Authorities, British Water, SBWWI, UKWTA, ICorr, Water Monitoring Association, the Environment Agency, experts from UK water companies andacademics in the field. Each edition also includes case studies of high profile water projects from across the country. In the UK alone, the value of expenditure in the water processing industry has been estimated at nearly 20 billion and preparations are underway for further investment, reflecting clearly that despite the economic downturn the marketplace is still very buoyant. It is clear that as climate change escalates and the demand for clean water is put under an ever increasing strain, so the water and wastewater processing industries must continue to invest and innovate to deliver an efficient and sustainable network and supply.


Lisa Hilton
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Water And Sewerage Journal


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