Our annual conference of the UK Network on Potable Water Treatment and Supply has moved online!
This conference is the thirteenth in an annual series focusing on drinking water production, from source to tap. Attendees of the conference will have the opportunity to get the latest information on water treatment and supply, and interact on the topics with scientists and researchers from water companies and leading global academic institutions.
Speakers are confirmed from:
- Water Resources East
- Southern Water
- PWNT, the Netherlands water utility
- The University of Massachusetts
- The University of Surrey
- Cranfield University
The programme will include topics on water treatment technologies, water monitoring, distribution system, water quality and catchment management.
This conference is the thirteenth in an annual series focusing on drinking water production from source to tap. Despite a recent move to a fully virtual event for the first time in 13 years, it will remain an excellent opportunity for attendees to get the latest information on water treatment and supply, an interact on the topic with scientists and researchers from water companies and leading global academic institutions.
|09:30-10:00||Online registration and virtual coffee|
|10:00-10:05||Introduction to the conference: Professor Peter Jarvis|
|10:05-10:25||Distribution without Chlorine Residual, Experiences and Challenges in North Holland: Bram Martijn, PWMT Water Technology, the Netherlands|
|10:25-10:45||Application of Microbubbles for Drinking Water Treatment: Alexander John, Cranfield University, UK|
|10:50-11:10||Collaborating to Secure Eastern England's Future Water Needs: Robin Price, Water Resources East, UK|
Varsha Wylie, Principal Process Engineer, Southern Water, UK
(Title to be confirmed)
|11:55-12:15||Investigating the Disinfection By-Products Responsible for Causing Bladder Cancer: Marine Diana, University of Surrey, UK|
|12:15-12:45||Practical Tools for Monitoring Disinfection By-Product Precursors: Dr David A. Reckhow, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA|
|12:35-12:40||Concluding remarks and conference close: Professor Peter Jarvis|
Location and travel details
This event will take place online.
Who should attend
- Water company employees
- Consultants for the water sector
- Public health professionals
- Those working in drinking water quality
- Supply chain companies
- Academic and industry researchers working in drinking water treatment and supply
Cost£50 per delegate, £30 for students and 10% discount for Cranfield University alumni.
How to register
To register for this event please complete the registration form and make your payment.