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Preparation Already Underway for UK’s Premier Event for Water Analysis
Jan 10 2008 Read 1085 Times
WWEM 2008 will take place at the UK’s Telford International Centre on 5th and 6th November 2008 and organiser Marcus Pattison warns that even though the event is a few months away, many of the exhibition stands have already been sold.
Conference presentations will include an update on the UK Environment Agency’s Modernising Regulations Agenda and the application of MCERTS to the water sector. This will include an update on the certification of flow meters, samplers, multiparameter meters, water quality monitors and possibly test kits and laboratory analysis.
The Agency’s Paul Wiggins says, “Many manufacturers of monitoring instrumentation have either received MCERTS certificates or have products under test. The latest analytical water quality product to be certified is Emerson’s online pH monitor, and the latest automatic samplers to be certified are from Sirco Controls and Teledyne Isco. I would urge manufacturers to start planning for WWEM 2008 now, in order to avoid the inevitable rush of products that will need testing next Spring.”
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