Could This Be the World`s Largest Environmental Monitoring Event?
Aug 26 2008
The WWEM events (Water Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring) were created to help improve the quality and reliability of environmental monitoring by providing the latest information on the key issues, including:
1. New test and monitoring technology
2. The latest EU and UK Regulations
3. Applications and case studies
The organisers of WWEM 2008 (Water, Wastewater & Environmental Monitoring) claim that it will be the world`s largest event of its kind and with a high level Conference, a Gala Dinner, over 70 workshops and more than 100 exhibitors all focusing on environmental testing and monitoring, the claim would appear to be well founded.
Marcus Pattison, says, "WWEM has become a focal point for everyone with an interest in water monitoring. The Conference covers major monitoring and regulatory themes, whilst a wide variety of Workshops enables attendees to tailor their visit to best meet their individual needs.
The WWEM exhibition includes almost all of the worldâs major instrumentation manufacturers, so visitors are able to see the latest technologies and discuss their applications with industry experts. Basically, whether you are responsible for process control, wastewater treatment, effluent flow or quality, either online, manually or in the laboratory, WWEM will be an important event for you to attend."
WWEM 2008 Workshops
Reviewing the published Workshops, Marcus Pattison says, "WWEM visitors will be able to tailor their visit to best meet their needs by attending those presentations and workshops that are of most interest. The Workshops offer something for everyone, covering water level and flow monitoring, water quality monitoring, wireless data collection and laboratory analysis in applications such as wastewater, drinking water, process water, rivers, reservoirs, groundwater, contaminated land and marine water."
"Many of the world`s leading analytical services companies, instrument manufacturers and testing service providers will cover a comprehensive range of measurands including heavy metals, trace organics, turbidity, ammonium, dissolved oxygen, nutrients, chlorine, TOC, particle count and many more. The Workshop titles tend to address one key, tightly defined topic, and as such they attract audiences with a genuine interest in the subject. This provides attendees with useful help and advice, and provides exhibitors with essential feedback from users of their products or services."
Visiting WWEM 2008
Conveniently located at the Telford International Centre, just North of Birmingham,(Central United Kingdom) close to the Coventry, Birmingham and East Midlands airports with good motorway and rail links, WWEM will be an attractive opportunity for overseas visitors and the organisers have reported online registrations from all over the world.
Further information on travel and accommodation is available at www.wwem.uk.com
Entry to WWEM 2008 will be free to all Pre-Registered visitors (saving a daily admission fee of Â£20)
Pre-Registered visitors will be entitled to free onsite parking, free lunches and refreshments on both days of the event, and complimentary entry to all workshops.
Visitors to WWEM include staff at every level within regulators, water companies, industrial manufacturers, consultants, education, researchers, process engineers and laboratory analysts.
The proportion of overseas visitors is growing rapidly because a trip to WWEM provides the opportunity to see the whole water monitoring industry in one place, to meet like-minded people, to learn about the latest technologies and to hear about the latest regulatory developments.
Marcus Pattison is urging WWEM visitors to plan their time at the event carefully, adding, "WWEM 2008 is bigger than ever and visitors have complained in the past that they have been unable to attend those Workshops and Conference sessions that are of most interest, whilst leaving sufficient time to browse the exhibition. It will therefore be more important than ever for visitors to this year`s event to plan their schedule before they arrive; WWEM is a working event, not one at which visitors can doze peacefully in the audience. We have packed a great deal into the two days and visitors have to work hard to ensure that they maximise the value of their time at WWEM."
Registration is now available at www.wwem.uk.com
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