Member Profile

Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM)

Address

106-109 Saffron Hill
Farringdon
London
United Kingdom
EC1N 8QS

Membership Type

Industry Associate

Telephone

0207 831 3110

Stakeholder Group

Professional Associations

Product/Service Category (where applicable)

Nature of business

CIWEM (The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management) is the only independent, chartered professional body and registered charity with an integrated approach to environmental, social and cultural issues.

Details of business

Working for the public benefit for a clean, green and sustainable world, CIWEM (The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management) is the only independent, chartered professional body and registered charity with an integrated approach to environmental, social and cultural issues.
Supports thousands of members worldwide
Powerful evidence-based lobbying force within the UK and abroad
Provides training and professional development opportunities
Provides a forum for debate through conferences, events and publications
Works with governments, international organisations, NGOs, creative organisations and faith groups for a holistic approach to environmental issues
Develops partnerships with like minded organisations across the world
Supplies independent advice to governments, academics, the media and the general public
Brings members from all over the world together under common policy issues
Directly inputs into European and UN policy developments
Promotes excellence in environmental management through an awards portfolio
The first chartered professional body to have its Environmental Management System (EMS) accredited to ISO14001 standard, demonstrating our commitment to continuous improvement

CIWEM's aims and objectives are enshrined in our Royal Charter and are as follows:

(a) To advance the science and practice of water and environmental management for the public benefit.
(b) To promote education, training, study and research in the said science and practice for the public benefit and to publish the useful results of such research.
(c) To establish and maintain for the public benefit appropriate standards of competence and conduct on the part of members of the Institution.
where 'water and environmental management' means the application of engineering, scientific or management knowledge and expertise to the provision of works and services designed to further the beneficial management, conservation and improvement of the environment, in particular in relation to:
(a) environmental management systems;
(b) resource protection, development, use and conservation;
(c) integrated pollution control;
(d) public health, water and sanitation services;
(e) flood defence and land drainage; and associated recreation, amenity and conservation activities


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