CIWEM - Chemical Water Quality Issues & Control

Date: 1st June 2016

Location: 106-109 Saffon Hill, London EC1N 8QS

Water companies consistently strive to produce drinking water that meets the quality standard of “wholesomeness” using the most cost-effective approaches. This is an ever-more complex challenge, as new drinking water contaminants are continually being discovered and new technologies and processes are developed. Compounded by long-standing issues resulting from historic practices now causing repercussions in the downstream water supply system. It can be very difficult to keep up with the latest technical information, but it is crucial for water companies to be aware of emerging water quality issues and the good practices that may be appropriate for addressing these issues into the future.

This technical seminar, following on from Drinking Water 2015, will share new information and experiences on topics relating to drinking water treatment, emerging contaminants, storage and water distribution.

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This event has received the approval of The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management and will contribute to your CPD.



CIWEM Venue, 106-109 Saffon Hill, Farringdon, EC1N 8QS


9:00am - 3:30pm


Simon Eyre, Prof. Bruce Jefferson, Ceris van de Vyver, Colin Hayes, Richard Hopkins and Olover Piller





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