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Chartered Institution of Water and
Environmental Management (CIWEM)

106-109 Saffron Hill, London, EC1N 8QS  
Tel: 020 7831 3110 Fax: 020 7405 4967
 

CIWEM Supported Events

CIWEM supports a number of selected events, many of which offer a discounted rate to CIWEM members. You may find CIWEM Staff at these events and we would welcome the chance to talk to any CIWEM members who attend. If you would like CIWEM to support your event, please send full details of the event to events@ciwem.org

2014-11-01T00:00:00 : 2014-11-30T00:00:00
  • 05 Nov 2014 - 06 Nov 2014

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    Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring

    WWEM is focused on measurement, testing and analysis for the water and wastewater and environmental industry. From test kits to process measurement, laboratory analysis right through to fixed and portable gas detection, if your work involves monitoring, testing or working with water you need to be at WWEM.

    November 2014 will be the sixth time this dedicated biennial event will be held. WWEM has evolved into a very successful event since its inception back in June 2005. The event has firmly established itself as the number one event for Water/Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring professionals to attend.

    WWEM is taking place at the Telford international centre on the 5th and 6th of November. Pre registered visitors benefit from free entry to the exhibition & workshops, free lunches, free refreshments and free onsite parking. Visit www.wwem.uk.comto register.

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  • BSI & CIWEM event - Environmental performance evaluation, helping business deliver more than just savings

    09.00 - 13.00 | 106-109 Saffron Hill, London, EC1N 8QS

    FREE TO ATTEND      

    ISO 14031, the standard for environmental performance evaluation, helps organizations get the most out of managing their environmental impacts with tools to identify, measure, evaluate and communicate environmental performance. Improved environmental performance management provides greater assurance to stakeholders, potential cost savings and helps enhance credibility and reputation in the marketplace.

    This event will detail application of the standard to achieve real business value, reduce risks, and how an organization can best respond to regulation. It will cover:

    • what environmental performance evaluation is and what it can do for your organization;
    • how the standard complements ISO 14001 to help continual improvement;
    • how your organization can implement a better means of managing and reducing business and regulatory risk; and more.

    For more details, and to book, click here.

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  • Can We Afford NOT to Monitor Priority Pollutants?

    Society of Chemical Industry

    The aim of this conference is to bring together leading experts in the field of priority substances listed in Annex X of the Water Framework Directive (WFD).

    The event will discuss potential issues associated with the implementation of the Directive 2013/39/EC relating to priority substances in the field of water policy. It will also will help to disseminate information on the development and validation of new test methods for monitoring priority pollutants.

    The cost of the sampling and analysis is going to be excessive unless some sanity is brought to bear on the proposed environmental quality standard limits associated with this new Directive. This meeting will aim to establish what is cost-effectively feasible.

    This event will interest all stakeholders with a responsibility or interest in environmental water quality. In particular, water companies, regulators, NGOs, research organisations, academia and land and water agencies.

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  • Visions for the Thames 2014: Thames Estuary Partnership’s Annual Forum

    9am to 4pm, Royal Geographical Society, London SW7 2AR

    Sponsored by Boskalis; CH2M HILL; National Maritime Development Group; Thames Tideway Tunnel

    Our Annual Forum brings together key industry and government representatives for presentations and lively discussions on how a growing population and associated major developments in the estuary and projects, such as the Tideway tunnel and proposed flood defence work of TE2100, impact on a sustainable future for the Thames. 

    Speakers already confirmed:

    • John Letherland, Partner, Farrells
    • Dr Jon Kirkpatrick, Head of Sustainability - Europe, Lend Lease;
    • Andy Mitchell, Chief Executive, Thames Tideway Tunnel;
    • Peter Quarmby, TE2100 EA and a representative of the winning contractor
    • David Price, Vice Provost (Research), University College London;
    • Adrian Evans, Director, Totally Thames;
    • Taryn Nixon, Chief Executive, Museum of London Archaeology.
    • Alistair Gale, Port of London Authority
    • Peter Jones,  Chair, SELEP

     

    Afternoon Break-Out Workshop Debates with guest speakers                                        

    1. A legacy vision for major infrastructure programmes
    2. The catchment partnership vision for estuaries and coasts
    3. Energy - an estuary vision
    4. Envisioning ecosystem services for the Estuary
    5. The developer's vision of the Thames

     

    The forum will be followed by a Drinks Reception 4pm - 6pm, sponsored by CH2M HILL

     

    Book now: Follow this link to book your tickets

    Sponsorship options are still available, including display spaces, conference bag inserts and guest ticket bundles. More details here

    If you have any queries or would like to discuss the event, please contact us on 020 7679 8855 or by email to tep@thamesestuarypartnership.org

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  • Cheltenham Low Carbon Partnership - "Anaerobic Digestion"

    13:00
    14:45

    Cheltenham Low Carbon Partnership "Anaerobic Digestion" presentation

    Venue: University of Gloucestershire Park Campus, Cheltenham, GL50 2RH.  Room FW013

    Date and time: Thursday, November 13th, 13:00 - 14:45

     

    Cost: free to businesses

     

    For more information contact:

    Vision 21 on 01242 224321 or office@vision21.org.uk

     

    Supported by the CIWEM SW branch

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  • Urban Infrastructure 2014

    Cities Driving Growth, Infrastructure Driving Cities

    London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square

    How can cities provide world class, intelligent infrastructure that meets the needs of both people and productivity? Can urban planning and design be more innovative, efficient and sustainable? And how can we deliver effectively integrated infrastructure systems for the future?

    Attend and:

    • ENGAGE in a day of high-level discussions on the future of urban infrastructure delivered in a variety of interactive formats including keynote addresses, case studies, and panel discussions.
    • GAIN a global perspective on the key trends from influential commentators and industry experts from over 12 countries, with representatives from 10 cities at the forefront of innovative development.
    • NETWORK and build your pool of contacts with 150+ authorities in urban planning, infrastructure, housing, construction, transport, energy and architecture.

     

    For more information visit: http://www.urbaninfrastructure.economist.com/ or contact: emeaevents@economist.com

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  • 17 Nov 2014 - 19 Nov 2014

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    19th European Biosolids and Organic Resources Conference & Exhibition

    Manchester Town Hall, Manchester, UK

    The Biosolids conference attracts the most authoritative global experts in the area of biosolids and organic resource handling, treatment and recycling. The programme covers both the latest innovations and updates of existing technologies. Presentations from respected industry experts and newcomers follow the development of technologies and legislation from inception to full-scale installations.

    The conference regularly gathers over 200 delegates from all over Europe, many of them return every year both for the technical presentations and fantastic networking opportunities. 

    Regular conference themes include:

    • Thickening and Dewatering
    • Modelling Sludge Handling and Utilisation
    • Commissioning and Operating Experiences with Thermal Hydrolysis
    • Tackling Potential Odour Problems
    • Operating Experiences and Potential Problems in Digester Operation
    • Ensuring Optimum Energy Recovery from Biogas
    • Liquor Treatment and P Removal
    • Alternative Products from Sludge
    • Enhancing the Value of Biosolids and Digestate
    • Pathogens and Pollutants In Digestate
    • Sharing Experiences

    Full details can be viewed at www.european-biosolids.com 

    Contact: Frances Woodhead
    Aqua Enviro | t. 01924 257891 | f. 01924 257455 | e. www.aquaenviro.co.uk

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  • ISIS User Conference and Software Launch 2014

    The 2014 event, supported by CIWEM, will take place on Wednesday 19th November at CH2M HILL's European headquarters in London and will be bigger and better than ever before!

    It will see the launch of the next generation of flood modelling software on the day of the conference, where CH2M HILL will reveal a significant step change in the software. New tools, features, interface and name of the industry-leading river and floodplain modelling, and real-time flood forecasting suite of software.

    The event will consist of key users from across the globe, each presenting short cases studies detailing how they are using the software. They will demonstrate how they have used the innovative tools and features within the software and applied it to their projects.

    Attendance is FREE to all supported clients and academic institutions.

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Chartered Institution of Water and
Environmental Management (CIWEM)

106-109 Saffron Hill, London, EC1N 8QS  
Tel: 020 7831 3110 Fax: 020 7405 4967

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