Water 'Oscars' deadline for entries extended
The deadline for entries to this year's Water Industry Achievement Awards has been extended for a further two weeks - to January 29, 2016.
Organised by WET News and Water & Wastewater Treatment, the awards celebrate and reward forward thinking and best practice in the water industry. The winners will be announced at a glittering extravaganza at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole on May 17, 2016!
Categories among the 13 you can choose to enter include Engineer of the Year; Water Resource Management Initiative of the Year; Data Project of the Year; and Partnership Initiative of the Year.
Eight companies have signed up and are sponsoring categories. Making a welcome return are Ofwat, sponsoring Outstanding Innovation 2016; NM Group, sponsoring Most Innovative New Technology of the Year; the CPSA, sponsoring Sustainable Drainage & Flood Management Initiative of the Year; Asset International, sponsoring Carbon Reduction Initiative of the Year; TES and Saint-Gobain PAM, co-sponsoring People Initiative of the Year; Selwood, sponsoring Health & Safety Initiative of the Year; and Teekay Couplings, co-sponsoring Engineer of the Year.
DON'T miss this great opportunity â”€ prove your company individual and team efforts are a cut above the rest by entering now.
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