Sustainability Live, a free to attend exhibition takes place at the NEC on 1-3 April

Sustainability Live, a free to attend exhibition takes place at the NEC on 1-3 April and is the place to discover what’s new from across the energy, water and energy recovery industries. With the latest products and services plus seminars led by expert industry practitioners, this unique exhibition covers the whole spectrum of solutions from drainage products to drilling equipment and from the latest surveying and ground engineering products to building services – offering  you the chance to discover cutting-edge solutions to help you operate both efficiently and cost-effectively.

As a valued reader of PECM, I wanted to let you know about some of the new and exciting things that will be taking place at Sustainability Live at the NEC, Birmingham on 1-3 April 2014.

  • ·         Meet face-to-face with 250+ leading suppliers to contrast and compare the latest products and services
  • ·         Demonstrations of ‘new to market’ products and services in the new  Technology Pitch style product showcases
  • ·         Network in our new Water & Energy Bars. With engineers and other industry professionals visiting the show from across the country this is your chance to meet with your peers and make new business contacts

>>>>>Pre-register now for free fast track entry>>>>>

In addition to leading suppliers, Sustainability Live boasts a new extended and improved seminar programme featuring current topics for debate and discussion. With a stellar line-up of expert speakers, here are just some of the free-to-attend highlights of the brand new Keynote Stage and seminar theatre programmes.

 

  • ·         Delivering innovation through alliances and partnerships in AMP 6
    • o   Chaired by Paul Mullord, UK director, British Water, organisations including Anglian Water, eight2O and Severn Trent will discuss new ways of meeting requirements under the new 2015 regulatory investment period
    • ·         Asset Management
      • o   Reducing costs through collaboration: Steve Brown, Intervention Manager, Veolia Water
      • o   Developing a pro-active asset management culture in the water industry: Dr Alireza Daneshkhah, Lecturer in Utility Asset Management, Cranfield Water Science Institute, Cranfield University
      • ·         Catchment Management
        • o   Innovative Upstream Thinking: Dylan Bright, Head of Sustainability, South West Water
        • o   Is catchment management feasible for securing good quality public water supply: Dr Stephen Buss, Associate, ESI Ltd and Dr Jodie Whitehead, Senior Catchment Management Planner, Severn Trent Water
        • The Drilling & Tapping Competition returns to IWEX 2014 pitting teams of water industry employees against each other to be named champion.

 

Pre-register now for free fast track entry and to be kept updated with show news.

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