Virtual Conference

Planning the UK’s Water Infrastructure

Thursday 05 November 2020

Virtual Conference

Planning the UK’s Water Infrastructure

Delivering and updating new and existing infrastructure to meet the UK’s supply, waste water and environmental needs
Thursday 05 November 2020 Virtual Conference
With demand increasing across water supply infrastructure systems and climate change impacting both flood and water system resilience, it is vital to understand how the industry can improve water infrastructure efficiency and viability across the UK. This event will provide you with the most up to date plans for the UK water network exploring how to response to increased demand, reduce leakage and maximise asset health. The day will also explore the most effective strategies on how to respond to climate change and meet net zero targets.

Why should I attend?

Attend to learn how to successfully deliver new infrastructure and update existing systems, in order to future proof the water network. You will learn how to effectively maintain and update your assets and find out latest technologies which are reducing leakage.

Some of the organisations who have attended this event previously:

Adams Hendry
Addleshaw Goddard
Anglian Water Services
Arup
Black & Veatch
Burges Salmon
Clifford Chance
Copper Consultancy

Future Water Association
London Borough of Tower Hamlets
National Flood Forum
Oxfordshire County Council
Portsmouth Water
Progres
RWE Generation
SES Water

Severn Trent Water
The Consultation Institute
Water Direct
Water Resources in the South East
Wheatley Associates
WSP
Yorkshire Water

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Benefits of attending

  • Hear from Defra on the plans and strategies for improving the UK’s water infrastructure
  • Explore how the water industry can effectively respond to climate change and become carbon free by 2030 through new technology and greener infrastructure
  • Learn what infrastructure planned, and what further infrastructure is needed, to ensure resilience
  • Understand how the industry can respond to increasing demand and improve water efficiency
  • Hear insight on how to improve asset health and reduce leakage
  • Network and interact with attendees – range of networking options from seeing who is attending to arranging 1:1 and group call

Who attends?

  • Water companies
  • Local authorities
  • Engineers
  • Water sector professionals
  • Software and technology providers
  • Planning and environmental specialists

 

Informative, interesting and broad ranging

A good mix of speakers and useful networking’

Sponsors

Freshwater

Media partners

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