Water Wholesale

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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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22 May 2018
    • Water Wholesale
    Water Wholesale Theatre

    This seminar will ask how companies can innovate to reduce leakage in a more cost-efficient way, with best practice and case studies from industry leaders

    • Water Wholesale
    Water Wholesale Theatre

    This session will examine the role of alliances in delivering efficiencies, with best practice from live case studies and alternative supply chain models.

    • Water Wholesale
    Water Wholesale Theatre

    Keeping costs down while continuing to deliver exceptional service is no mean feat. This session will explore how innovation in data, technology and processes can help achieve real operational savings.

    • Water Wholesale
    Water Wholesale Theatre

    Receiving huge amounts of waste, the water industry has an important role to play in the emerging circular economy recovering and generating energy, nutrients and bio plastics.

    • Water Wholesale
    Water Wholesale Theatre

    Water companies have a continual fight against the problems caused by unflushable items, with total costs, including from pollution and clean-ups estimated to exceed £200M each year. This seminar will explore various approaches to tackling the challenges presented by unflushables.

23 May 2018
    • Water Wholesale
    Water Wholesale Theatre

    This session will explore the latest thinking and best practice for resilience and asset health.

    • Water Wholesale
    Water Wholesale Theatre
    The explosion in data is changing the game for the UK water sector. 
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    Water Wholesale Theatre

    This session will explore best practice re financing and partnership approaches; the UK’s position on catchment management and natural capital; and with the use of case studies will explore innovative approaches to catchment orchestration.

    • Water Wholesale
    Water Wholesale Theatre

    It is clear that the water industry is good at innovating, but is not as good at adopting and embedding transformative innovations - how can this be addressed?

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Testimonials

  • The best industry exhibition I have ever been to. Thought provoking, interesting, good networking, with a positive feel to the whole event… it was excellent!
    Jacob Tompkins OBE
    Managing Director, Waterwise
  • A great two days of showcasing innovation
    UWL17 attendee

 

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