Measurement and Testing
Enormous Numbers Expected as Registration opens for WWEM 2016
Jul 13 2016 Read 665 Times
WWEM 2016, the international Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring conference and exhibition will take place in Telford (UK) 2-3 November, and registration is now open.
This will be the seventh WWEM in a series that began in 2005, with each event larger and more popular than its predecessor. “WWEM 2016 will be no exception,” says organiser Marcus Pattison – there is even more going on at this year’s event, so we are expecting an enormous volume of attendees.
“Pre-registered visitors will have free access to the Exhibition, Poster Presentations, scores of Workshops, an Instrument Demonstration area, and a Flow Forum. Parking, lunch and refreshments are also free for those that pre-register in time.”
For those visitors that also wish to attend the WWEM Conference, the first day will address a laboratory environmental analysis theme; entitled ‘Priority Pollutants Legislation: Issues for Industry and Potential Solutions,’ the delegate cost is £50. The Conference on day two, organised by SWIG, will address the ‘Resilience of Sensor Networks’ in the morning session, and the ‘Maintenance of Sensors’ in the afternoon; costing £27.50 per session.
For the first time, WWEM will co-locate with a major IWA (International Water Association) Conference entitled: ‘New Developments in IT & Water’. Registration for this Conference is also available here.
Visitors to WWEM 2016 will be provided with the latest information on the techniques, technologies, methods, standards and regulatory requirements that relate to monitoring both on-site and in the laboratory, covering sampling, field analysis, gas detection and continuous water and wastewater monitoring applications.
WWEM visitors come from all industries including regulators, manufacturers and process operators, water utilities, accreditation organisations, commercial laboratories, instrument manufacturers, consultants, analytical service providers, researchers and academics.
For more information visit the WWEM website.
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