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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

2014-07-01T00:00:00 : 2014-07-31T00:00:00
  • 02 Jul 2014 - 03 Jul 2014

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    UK AD & Biogas 2014

    NEC, Birmingham

    Anaerobic digestion turns organic waste into low carbon gas and organic fertiliser. The gas can be used to generate heat, electricity and also to fuel vehicles, the fertiliser to grow food. If you are keen to learn all about how this technology can save your business money and help the environment, as well as technical details on how to build, finance and operate a plant, our free conference, seminars and advice clinics offer the best information and advice available under one roof. You'd be hard pressed to get as much expert advice or meet as many contacts in two months. Our show offers it all in just two days for free.

    What's on offer?

    -Over 250 exhibitors     -NEW R&D hub
    -Over 3,500 visitors    -Biomethane vehicle area
    -Free one-to-one advice clinics    -Site visits
    -Free two-day conference     -The third UK AD & Biogas Industry Awards
    -22 free seminars     

     

    What are the conference and seminar topics?

    -Circular economy    -Gas to grid
    -Green Investment Bank market report    -Funding and finance advice
    -The future of small scale on-farm AD    -Training and safety
    -The importance of R&D   - Why we need to put a real price on carbon
    -Biomethane as a transport fuel   - Opportunities for AD businesses in the wider bio-economy, incl bio-chemicals
    -Financial incentives   - The importance of operational performance
    -Planning advice    -The benefits of on-site AD
    -Best use of resources    -The market for digestate 
    -Driving AD best practice    -Digestate storage and application

     

    Who will be speaking?

    -Meurig Raymond, President, NFU
    -Ken Webster, Head of Innovation, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
    -Partha Vasudev, Vice President, Waste and Bioenergy, Green Investment Bank
    -Chris Huhne, Strategic Advisor, ADBA
    -Richard Barker, Chief Executive, Biogen
    -Helena Busby, Head of Bioenergy, Defra
    -Nina Sweet, Special Advisor, WRAP
    -Charles Banks, Professor, University of Southampton
    -Richard Nuttall, Business Development Manager, Clydesdale Bank

    Find out more, see the full programmes and register for free today at www.adbiogas.co.uk 

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  • Water Resources Strategy for Wales

    17:30
    19:00

    Venue: Trevithick Lecture Theatre (T2/09), Cardiff School of Engineering, Cardiff University

    Prys Davies of the Welsh Government will talk about the development of a water strategy for Wales.

    The Welsh Government website says:

    "The Strategy's aim is to ensure that our water resource is resilient, sustainable and is managed to bring benefits to Wales and its citizens.

    This Strategy sets out our long-term policy direction on water. We want to balance the long-term needs of the environment with the need for sufficient, reliable water resources and waste water services available to encourage sustainable growth and job creation.

    We are developing a more integrated approach to managing water as part of our natural resource management. This integrated approach will help to promote the coordinated management of water, land and resources. This will enable us to maximise economic and social benefits in a fair way while protecting vital ecosystems and the environment."

    Joanne Sherwood, of Natural Resources Wales and Tony Harrington of Dwr Cymru Welsh Water will follow with their perspectives on, and input to, the strategy.

    This event has been organised by ICE (suported by CIWEM). Please book your place online, you do not have to be an ICE or CIWEM member.

    This is a free event and all are welcome. Light refreshments will be provided before the lecture begins at 6.00pm.

    Contact:

    felicity.white@ice.org.uk

    Tags: North Western and North Wales,Welsh

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  • Sustainable Resilient Water Infrastructure: US/UK research workshop

    10:00
    16:00

    Sponsored by EPSRC's Clean Water for All exchange programme

    University of Exeter, Innovation Centre, Exeter, EX4 4RN

    Agenda

    10:00 Welcome, background and aims of workshop (Prof David Butler, University of Exeter)

    10:30 Robust Planning of Water and Wastewater Systems, (Prof Kevin Lansey, University of Arizona, USA)

    11:00 Coffee break

    11:30 A Tale of Two Cities: Challenges and Opportunities for Water Sustainability in Toledo and Salt Lake City, USA, (Prof Steve Burian, University of Utah, USA)

    12:00 Breakout groups - research needs, practice needs (Dr Guangtao Fu, University of Exeter and Keiron Maher, Severn Trent Water)

    12:40 Feedback from breakout groups

    13:00 Lunch

    14:00 Life Cycle Assessment of Rainwater Harvesting Systems, (Prof Defne Apul, University of Toledo, USA)

    14:30 Top-down or Bottom-up? Searching for Water System Resilience, (Prof David Butler, University of Exeter)

    15:00 Joint US/UK Research Outcomes (Dr Raziyeh Farmani, University of Exeter)

    15:30 Discussion and Conclusion

    16:00 Close

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    Tags: South Western
  • Water Efficiency and Resource Management

    The Geological Society, London

    This event is focused on water efficiency from a practical, operational perspective. Following an examination of UK water resource challenges in light of the recently submitted Water Resource Management Plans, presenters will describe techniques and solutions in a broad range of categories under the domain of water efficiency; regulatory, economic, design, behavioural, technological.

    The collective experience of this diverse group of water efficiency experts represents a valuable resource for anyone with an interest in applied water efficiency. This event will appeal to sustainability and water management professionals, the industrial/business community, academics, green entrepreneurs and policy makers.

    Find out more and register online

    CIWEM members receive a 10% discount on delegate rates - enter code 'CIWEM' when registering online or quote on the booking form.

    Contact:
    Frances Woodhead
    Aqua Enviro
    t. 01924 257891
    e. franceswoodhead@aquaenviro.co.uk
    w. www.aquaenviro.co.uk

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