WWT Wastewater 2018 Conference and Exhibition

Date: 30th January 2018

Location: Birmingham

The WWT Wastewater 2018 Conference & Exhibition is taking place on 30th January 2017 and is the UK’s largest wastewater event with three distinct conferences and a shared innovation zone running in parallel. It is a comprehensive, single-day showcase of case studies and thought-leadership designed to tackle all major wastewater challenges in one place.

Now in its 6th year, the Wastewater Infrastructure & Networks Conference brings together network and engineering leaders to find innovative ways to enhance asset resilience, mitigate risk against flooding and pollution, and assess investment opportunities ahead of PR19 and AMP7

Now in its 3rd year, the Wastewater Treatment Conference brings together operations leaders to drive collaboration, explore the best methods for the removal of pollutants and recovery of vital substances, and drive innovative treatment processes that keep costs low and benefit the natural environment

The inaugural Sludge Conference brings together technical leaders to assess the impacts of regulation and competition on sludge management, explore innovation in recycling and reuse, and address opportunities for generating more renewable energy from sludge

This is the only event with all WASCs represented. Expert speakers include:

  • David Black, Senior director, Water 2020, Ofwat
  • Lawrence Gosden, Managing director – wholesale wastewater, Thames Water
  • Helen Wakeham, Deputy director, water quality, Environment Agency
  • Steve Wilson, Managing director of wastewater services, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water 
  • Ruth Barden, Director of environmental strategy, Wessex Water
  • Kieran Brocklebank, Head of innovation, United Utilities
  • Mike Madine, Head of wastewater networks and developer services, Northumbrian Water
  • Pete Vale, Technical lead – innovation, Severn Trent Water  
  • Gordon Reid, Wastewater asset strategy manager, Scottish Water
  • Ana Mijic, Senior lecturer in urban water management, Imperial College London
  • Phil Stride, Strategic projects director, Tideway
  • Perry Hobbs, Head of science and regulation Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water 
  • Laura Mann, Head of strategy development, Wessex Water
  • Alison Fergusson, Principal engineer, Ofwat
  • Ester Rus Perez, Sludge and energy innovation manager, Thames Water
  • Sam Evans, Commercial manager – energy & recycling, Yorkshire Water


15% DISCOUNT TO ATTEND: WIF members are entitled to a 15% discount to attend this event. Register now at http://events.wwtonline.co.uk/wastewater/ and enter WIF15 into the promo code box.

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