Video: drinking water quality challenges
In this video recorded at the WWT Drinking Water Quality conference in Birmingham on September 27th, industry figures discuss the key challenges of meeting drinking water quality standards and adopting a more customer-focused approach.
Giving their views are Heidi Mottram (Chief Executive, Northumbrian Water), Dr Robin Price (Regional Quality Manager, Anglian Water), Martin Padley (Director of Water and Scientific Services, United Utilities), Pascal Marlin (Technical Manager, Veolia Water Technologies) and Richard Khaldi (Senior Director of Customers & Casework, Ofwat).
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