Stellar line up for Sustainable Water 2013
Water industry leaders will join chairman of the Environment Agency, Lord Chris Smith, and utility chief executives Colin Skellett OBE, of Wessex Water, and Luis Garcia Berengue,r of Bristol Water, at Water & Wastewater Treatment magazine's annual flagship event, Sustainable Water 2013.
Sustainable Water 2013, which takes place in London on September 10-11, aims to demonstrate how water utilities are building resilience and sustainability into their businesses at a time of economic constraint. It will show how they are finding ways to reduce carbon, from garnering efficiencies in existing processes and networks to large-scale programmes for renewable energy.
Chaired by BBC journalist and presenter Juliet Morris and sponsored by Veolia Water and EDF Energy, Sustainable Water 2013 gives delegates the opportunity to network with their peers and engage in a dialogue that will help shape the future of water and wastewater in the UK and beyond.
Long-term drivers like climate change and population growth need to be addressed through the daily tasks of managing existing assets, meeting leakage targets and moving towards a customer-focused, ‘totex’ approach to investment in AMP6.
To reserve your place and find out more, visitwww.sustainable-water.co.uk.
- Scottish Water in new partnership to boost water management A new partnership to enhance water management across Edinburgh and the Lothians has been launched. Read More >
- EA calls for stronger catchment and flood partnerships The water sector's environmental regulator, the Environment Agency (EA), has set out the actions it wants to see from... Read More >
- Water firms 'unambitious' over proposed AIM site numbers Three environmental NGOs have described the water companies as being "unambitious" over their proposed number of... Read More >
- Ensuring future water supplies The water sector is entering a period of greater focus on managing water resources as it seeks to ensure future supplies.... Read More >
- Integrated catchment management James Knightbridge of Mott MacDonald examines what systems operation means in terms of integrated catchment management and... Read More >
- Rewarding excellence WWT content director Alec Peachey looks ahead to next year's Water Industry Awards. Read More >
- Achieving zero interruptions and leakage Rik Gunderson, UK utility director at Software AG, looks ahead to WWT's Water Industry Innovation Conference. Read More >
- Getting personal Save Water Save Money's aqKWa Savings Engine is helping people around the world to understand precisely how they can... Read More >