In September 2019 we attended the IWA Resource Recovery Conference in Venice. The theme was “Resource Recovery from Water – from concept to standard practice” and aimed to build on previous conferences as well as showing the importance of resource recovery in urban water management. The conference showcased many of the recent innovations of resource recovery.
In September 2019 we attended SWIG’s Sensing in Water conference in Nottingham. The conference allowed us to listen to speeches by Allison Fergusson, Associate Director of OFWAT and Angela Smith, MP for Penistone and Stocksbridge and member of the All-Party Parliamentary Water Group. It also included sessions on multiple topics to help us keep up with the latest innovations in the industry.
In September 2019 we attended the WEFTEC conference in Chicago. The conference offered water quality education and training, as well as the opportunity to network with other industry professionals.
In September 2019 we attended Aquatech Mexico – Mexico’s largest event for water technology. During the event, we met with experts, regional market experts and worldwide professionals to discuss the future of the industry.
In August 2019 we attended the Friends of Memorial Park’s Party in the Park. Tom Williams had a community stall offering tours of the woodland.
In August 2019 we participated in the Swedish Water Week in Stockholm. The event included 9 seminars by industry professionals. It had the theme of “Water and society – including all” and aimed to recognise that not everyone is impacted in the same way by water issues.
In August 2019 we attended the 35th annual Tri-State Seminar in Las Vegas. The seminar aimed to provide high-quality education to wastewater professionals over three days.
In July 2019 we attended the European Waste Conference in Birmingham, UK. The conference allowed us access to more than 50 technical presentations given by industry specialists, exhibitions by 30 companies, showcasing their products, and allowed us to network with over 200 other wastewater professionals.
In June 2019 we attended the AWWA’s annual conference in Denver. The conference focused on “innovating the future of water” and allowed us to view new technologies and water sector innovations. We also attended sessions on asset management, utility risk and resilience, and water quality challenges.
In May 2019 we attended the SWAN 2019 conference in Miami. The conference allowed us to access a global hub of smart water and wastewater sectors, as well as solution providers, researchers, consultants and regulators. In attending, we hoped to help accelerate the smart water industry.