TWENTY65 Conference 2018

Date: 17th - 18th April 2018

Location: Hilton, Manchester Deansgate

In addition to our keynote speakers we are pleased to present nearly 40 parallel sessions covering innovation in the water sector.
Parallel sessions include topics such as:

  • Innovation in the water sector – experience Anglian Water’s ‘Shop window’; influence Ofwat’s views on water efficiency; and learn about the new UK Water accelerator programme for innovative technology developers
  • Water efficiency – learn about sustainable behaviours; discover new strategies for mapping efficiencies; hear Defra’s insights
  • Catchments – discover new tools for understanding the sources of river pollutants, and methods for forecasting metaldehyde levels after rainfall
  • Water futures – be the first to hear about the possibilities of autonomous robotics for pipeline inspection and repair

All this, plus:

  • showcase presentations from Welsh Water and United Utilities on Sustainable Urban Drainage and wastewater management
  • international perspectives from India, South Africa, The Netherlands, Australia and Sweden
  • ten SMEs exploring the latest challenges in service delivery and technological improvements

For more details, see our draft parallel sessions programme here
  This is the key event at which to network and learn together, identifying new priorities with representatives from; all the major water companies (from innovation and operations), policy makers and regulators, researchers, tier1 contractors, other supply chain companies, technology developers innovating in the sector and trade & membership groups supporting the water industry. 

Participating in our conference will enable you to: 
  • engage with collaborators to solve current issues/challenges
  • unlock future growth opportunities for your company 
  • pave the way for a future that delivers sustainable clean water for all.
  • review cutting-edge theory and practice
  • join facilitated discussions
Register here

Venue: The Hilton Manchester, Deansgate. UK

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