Water Instrumentation (online) Conference and Exhibition
Sep 20 2021
Water professionals and anyone with an interest in water or wastewater can register for free at this year’s WWEM (Water, Wastewater & Environmental Monitoring) virtual conference and exhibition taking place on the 13th & 14th October. Registration will provide access to a comprehensive conference and exhibitor programme that will address all of the most topical water and wastewater issues.
Topical issues in the water sector include important issues such as pollution control in receiving waters, CSO spills, data management, climate change and stakeholder engagement. These themes will be addressed by the conference presentations and training sessions, and the event platform will provide a digital library or resources such as videos for registered delegates to access.
In common with previous WWEM events, wastewater flow monitoring will be addressed by several speakers, offering advice on how to obtain and utilise accurate, reliable data. This will include presentations on new technologies and techniques.
The sessions on water pollution and environmental protection will undoubtedly generate the greatest debate as speakers discuss issues such as:
- Water quality regulations
- Which parameters to measure? And will customers pay?
- How to measure?
- What levels of accuracy, precision and uncertainty are appropriate?
- What level and type of monitoring is cost-effective?
- Spot-sampling versus high-frequency monitoring
- How to manage data, deliver insights and create timely alerts
- Real-time monitoring for effective process control
- How to include sustainability objectives
In addition there will also be two half-day workshops/roundtables that will address similar subjects in an informal manner; providing invited speakers and delegates with a thought-provoking discussion forum. Running for around 60-90 minutes, the two themes for this year’s event are “Wastewater-based epidemiology” and the “Race to Net-Zero”.
The Conference and Workshop sessions are being organised by Oliver Grievson, who says: “The virtual nature of the 2021 event will mean that delegates can dip in and out of the event from the comfort and convenience of their own desk, tablet or mobile phone.
“It is vitally important for people to pre-register if they wish to receive exclusive free access to the events’ presentations,” explains WWEM organiser Marcus Pattison. “Once registered, delegates will be listed in the event’s online platform so that they can easily check who else is coming and arrange virtual meetings.“This will also enable delegates to submit queries to the virtual exhibitors so that they can arrange training, demonstrations, technical support, etc.
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