Prediction of Faecal Indicator Organism (FIO) Concentrations and Resulting Health Impacts at Bathing Waters
Organised by: Pennine Water Group, University of
Venues: SOAS, London (18th May); MMU,
Manchester (19th May)
Final dissemination events for the Cloud to Coast research
project. Cloud to Coast (C2C) is a research project funded under
the Living With Environmental Change (LWEC) Environmental Exposure
& Health Initiative (EEHI), jointly funded by the Natural
Environment Research Council (NERC), Medical Research Council
(MRC), Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra)
and Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC), GR
The Cloud to Coast research team will present exciting results
from field studies and models, and showcase modelling techniques
which allow prediction of Faecal Indicator Organism Concentrations
in bathing and shellfish waters. The events will focus on the
Ribble basin case study area.
Who should attend?
Anybody concerned with bathing and shellfish waters, runoff from
rural catchments, and discharges from urban drainage systems.
The event will be repeated in two locations, attendance is free, but
booking is essential:
- London: Monday 18th May 2015 from 13:00
to 17:00 at the Brunei Gallery, SOAS. Click here to book.
- Manchester (close to the Ribble study area):
Tuesday 19th May 2015 from 10:30 to 15:00 at the Council Chamber,
Manchester Metropolitan University. Click here to book.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more
This is a focussed and interactive workshop to help applicants
attain and demonstrate compliance with the CIWEM mandatory
competencies and Chartership requirements.
The workshop will be led by Dr Robert Keirle - an
experienced CIWEM mentor and CIWEM Professional Reviewer.
Location: WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff,
Kings Orchard, 1 Queen Street, Bristol BS2 0HQ
To book a place at this workshop, please email: Joanna.Goodwin@pbworld.com.
For more information see the flyer for this event.
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Wales Water 2015
Mercure Cardiff Holland House Hotel
Organised by WWT
15% DISCOUNT TO ATTEND!
CIWEM is supporting the 2nd annual Wales Water
Conference, taking place on May 20th in
Cardiff. This conference offers a timely opportunity for all
stakeholders to come together and examine the new Water Strategy
for Wales, following its launch later this year.
Bringing together over 20 expert speakers fromWelsh Government;
Ofwat; Natural Resources Wales; Dŵr Cymru Welsh; Dee Valley Water;
Afonydd Cymru; NFU CymruandPembrokeshire Coastal Forumplus many
more, Wales Water 2015 has established itself
as the premier event for all those tasked with
delivering sustainable land use and water management in Wales.
15% Discount Code - CIWEM contacts are entitled
to a 15% discount to attend. Register online at www.wwt-wales.net and enter
CIWEM15WW in the promotional code box.
Water Innovation Event 2015
Organised by SBWWI | Held at Hilton Hotel,
This event is being run in conjunction with Northern Ireland
Water and will commence with a networking dinner on the evening of
27 May. The programme will include presentations in the
morning from NI Water, academia, and others tbc. Delegates will
also able to participate in Workshop sessions and have the
opportunity to attend (pre-booked) Meet-The-Buyer appointments with
NI Water. A Regional Water Dragons event will take place during the
afternoon for members and non-members to showcase new and
An exhibition area will be open throughout the day providing
excellent networking opportunities.
Click here for more information or
contact Angela Long - email@example.com.
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