3rd Annual Water Industry Asset Management Conference
Organised by WWT | Hilton Birmingham
CIWEM is supporting the 3rd Annual Water Industry
Asset Management Conference taking place in Birmingham on the
3rd March 2015. This is the leading event for asset
management professionals in the UK water industry and regularly
brings together over 150 participants.
The 2015 event will address how financial directors are
balancing Totex and traditional accounting methods in PR14; the
latest thinking around aligning investment decisions with customer
benefits; how water companies are driving operational efficiency to
deliver effective asset management within the context of
affordability and how water companies' asset data strategies will
be impacted by Totex.
Organisations speaking include Pennon Group; Wessex Water;
Severn Trent Water; Thames Water; United Utilities; Northumbrian
Water and Yorkshire Water.
Code - CIWEM contacts are entitled to a 15% discount
to attend. Simply register online at www.WWT-asset.net and enter
CIWEM15WIAM in the promotional code box.
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Sustainability in Engineering Forum
Organised by: Engineers Without Borders UK -
Location: Institute of Archaeology G6 LT,
University College London, 31-34 Gordon Square, WC1H 0PY
Timing: event will run from 18.00 to 20.00,
followed by drinks and networking
FREE TO ATTEND - click here to book your place!
This joint event between Engineers Without Borders - UCL and
Engineers Without Borders London Professional Network is an
opportunity to hear forward-thinking speakers from Buro Happold,
CH2MHill and EWB discuss issues related to sustainability through
innovative engineering. The forum will emphasise innovation,
environmental and social issues, and promote discussion and
networking at the highest level.
- Tarek Cheaib (Buro Happold - Sustainability and Building
- Katie Mann (Engineers Without Borders - UCL Society
- Phil Muir (CH2M Hill - Senior Construction and Installation
Talks will be followed by Q&A, snack and drinks with the
opportunity to network with the speakers and professional
Contact Katie Mann for more information - Katie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Catchment Management in Action
Integrating land and water management in the Eden
exploring opportunities for business
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancaster, and across the
Lancaster University, in collaboration with British Water, would
like to extend an invitation to your organisation to find out about
the current status standards of sustainable drainage systems. Join
a diverse range of businesses, scientists, and water regulators to
review the challenges of catchment management in practice, through
workshops and field visits around the Eden catchment in
Industry: £160 early-bird price to all tickets purchased before
31st January 2015, after that the cost is £215.
British Water Members: £160
Local Authority: £55. A small number of tickets are reserved for
this group, only one delegate will be allowed per organisation.
Costs are all inclusive, covering accommodation, travel to the
outdoor lectures, and all refreshments.
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Please note that this event is not organised by CIWEM - please
contact Lancaster University Environment Centre with any
Tags: North Western and North Wales
Rainscape: Lunchtime event 5th March 201512:00
Venue: Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, Linea, Fortran Road, St
Mellons Cardiff CF3 0LT
The Institute of Water in Wales and Chartered Institute of Water
And Environmental Management is hosting a joint Lunch and Learn
To learn more about Rainscape -the big project to reduce surface
water in our sewers
A great opportunity to raise your awareness of the work that
Welsh Water, Natural Resources Wales and other government bodies
are doing to improve our environment, minimise flooding and
creating a sustainable future through working together.
The innovative Rainscape project has helped improve the lives of
local communities by stopping flooding by diverting rainwater from
the sewerage system.
Calling all with interest in the environment, sustainability,
town planning, regulations, those willing to expand their knowledge
of surface water management as well as members wishing to get
environmental and engineering chartership or accreditations.
Booking is required for this event. If
you would like to join us, please book a place through www.Instituteofwater.org.uk/events
or if you require further details, please contact Ceris Van de
Vyver on email@example.com or by telephone on 07919
Alison Edwards on firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on
Event Flyers and Documents
Tags: South Western,Welsh
2015 Global Leakage Summit
London Business Conferences Group (LBCG) | Thistle
Marble Arch Hotel, London
The 2015 Global Leakage Summit is the 7th in the
series since they began in 2005. This is a speciality event, which
has now become a brand leader in its field of leakage and water
losses from distribution networks. It allows water company
practitioners to exchange up-to-date practical information and best
practice technologies for assessing, monitoring and reducing
leakage in their networks.
CIWEM members are entitled to a 15% discount on the
standard delegate rate.
Contact Malcolm Farley: email@example.com
| 01993 841357
WEBINAR: Impact of New Russian Legislation on Waste Disposal on Manufacturers and Importers of Goods
Organised by UK Trade and Investment Russia |
Online Webinar | 12.00-13.00 GMT
The webinar aims to provide an overview of the changes to the
Russian legislation 'On Wastes Generated in the Manufacturing and
Consumption of Products'. The Law states that manufacturers and
importers of goods should ensure the recycling, reclamation and
disposal of waste generated by products and packaging that are no
longer of value to the consumers.
The presentation will be delivered by a lawyer of Baker &
McKenzie company and will explain the main principles of the
legislation and impact on the manufacturers and importers of
Click here to register
Contact Natalia Shibanova for more information