Water and Wastewater Networks: Delivering Cost-Effective Resilience

Date: 20th June 2019

Location: Manchester

Water companies face an array of issues encompassing environmental, financial and societal pressures. Sewer networks (often constructed in the Victorian era) include CSOs that risk discharging dilute but untreated wastewater under peak flow, whilst the strain on potable water supply mains have resulted in reduced pressure during high summer periods. Leakage also remains a key issue in potable water, with recent high profile fines failing to demonstrate sufficient ‘oversight and control’.

This event will cover clean and wastewater networks – from inspect/maintain regimes to new infrastructure and resilience, within the context of: Ofwat demands to decrease bills and leakage; increasing population and pressures on water supply; climate change.

Key themes

  • Current and emerging approaches to leak detection and reduction in waste and clean water networks
  • Cleaning and maintenance
  • Inspection, monitoring and real-time control
  • Sewer blockages (FOG and non-flushable products)
  • Leakage prevention
  • Networks as buffers – retrofitting into established infrastructure and designing capacity into new infrastructure
  • What does climate change resilience look like for clean water and waste water networks?

Do you have something to say on this topic?

Speaker slots are available. If you would like to deliver a presentation addressing one or more of the key themes, then please submit an abstract. The deadline for abstracts is Friday 8th March.

Please submit a 200-word abstract that includes the following details:

  • The title of the presentation
  • The key theme(s) covered by the presentation
  • Authors names, and contacts details for the corresponding author
  • An overview of the full presentation

Abstracts should be submitted to clare.hunter@aquaenviro.co.uk

Exhibition and sponsorship

If you are interested in exhibiting at or sponsoring this event please contact clare.hunter@aquaenviro.co.uk for further details.

Contact clare.hunter@aquaenviro.co.uk for more information.

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