Video: WWT Drinking Water Quality Conference
The fourth annual WWT Drinking Water Quality Conference assessed funding priorities for water companies, looked at what's next for pesticide management following the metaldehyde ban, and explored opportunities to raise customer awareness in tackling lead.
You can see highlights from this year's event above.
The event took place at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole last Wednesday (27 November).
The WWT Drinking Water Quality Conference is the UK’s only dedicated event for drinking water professionals seeking advice, inspiration and unrivalled networking opportunities, and is a must-attend event for all those working in water quality.
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