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Water Theatre

As water companies seek to drive service up and bills down, greater competition with the opening of the market, water trading and the creation of a market for bio-resources are just some of the challenges that lie ahead.  In this context where are the opportunities for true transformation and innovation for a sustainable water industry?

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19 May 2020
    • Water Theatre
    Water Theatre
    Water companies are at the start of a challenging new AMP period which will require them to deliver major capital and operational projects to new levels of efficiency, quality and customer benefit. Th ...
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    Water Theatre
    Totex has now been in place for a full regulatory cycle – but have water companies really optimised their approaches to accounting, reporting and team structures to maximise the available benefits for ...
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    Water Theatre
    The water sector has signed up to a public interest commitment to deliver a net zero emissions industry by 2030. It’s a bold gesture and one which demands concerted action from all companies and their supplier chains. This discussion hub will bring together a range of perspectives on the challenges involved and the critical steps that need to be taken in 2020 to keep the commitment on track.
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    Water Theatre

    In light of the water sector’s 2030 net zero commitment a concerted effort is needed to ensure companies understand the whole system impact of core process technology choices, renewables investments, approaches to waste management and supply chain activities. This session will highlight key projects within water companies to drive down carbon emissions.

20 May 2020
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    Water Theatre

    Water companies are being asked to do more to achieve whole system efficiencies across their networks through better use of data and intelligent interfaces with natural capital. This session will explore how companies are adopting systems thinking in parallel with new technologies to advance the water sector’s sustainability interests as well as accessing new operational efficiency opportunities.

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    Water Theatre

    Beginning a new AMP will see ever more challenging leakage targets. This session will explore the latest innovations and approaches.

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    Water Theatre

    As the threat of water scarcity in the UK mounts, there is an urgent need to integrate leakage reduction strategies with a coordinated sector campaign for water demand reduction. This session will bring together perspective and experience on the challenge of influencing demand and will foster debate on the ability of water companies to engage domestic and business water customers in the water efficiency imperative.

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    Water Theatre

    The regulator has asked water companies to slash pollution incidents by more than a third in AMP7. Meanwhile, the sector has agreed to prevent at least 4 billion plastic bottles from polluting the environment by 2030. This discussion hubs will bring together opinions and perspectives on the challenges and opportunities involved as the water sector squares up to its pollution reduction targets.