WWT Wales Water conference
The 4th annual Wales Water Conference, taking place on May 17 in Cardiff is the flagship event dedicated to the evolving needs of the Welsh water sector.
It brings together more than 150 key stakeholders to examine the latest policy and share insights on a diverse array of water challenges including - resilience and resource management; collaboration and partnerships; catchment management; water quality; technology innovation and flood protection.
Keynote speaker Lesley Griffiths AM, Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, Welsh Government will open the 2017 event which features over 20 expert speakers from:
- Diane McCrea MBE, Chair, Natural Resources Wales
- Peter Perry, Chief operating officer, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
- Tony Smith, Chief executive, Consumer Council for Water
- Stephen Marsh-Smith OBE, Chief executive officer, The Rivers Trusts of Wales
- Rachel Lewis Davies, National land use & environment adviser, NFU Cymru
- Tony Harrington, Director of environment, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
- Jerry Langford, Director - Wales, The Woodland Trust
- Natalie Hall, Water strategy manager, Natural Resources Wales
- Simon Evans, Chief executive officer, Wye & Usk Foundation
- Frank White, Inspector, Drinking Water Inspectorate
- Phillippa Pearson, Catchment manager, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
- Barry Greig, Hydro Nation manager, Scottish Government Water Industry Division
- Tracey Davies, Head of environment, The Coal Authority
- Rob Harvey, Business strategy manager, Severn Trent Water
- Andy Philips, Audit manager studies, Wales Audit Office
- Aled Davies, Client manager, Energy & Utility Skills
- Nick Cliffe, Innovation lead, Innovate UK
- Carol Weatherley, Public health & research manager, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
- Paul Rossiter, Energy water & conservation officer, Caerphilly County Borough Council
Why you should attend
- The State of Natural Resources Report (SoNaRR) and the way towards resilience
- Welsh Water 2050: finding the right balance for today's and future customers
- How utilities and county councils could improve collaboration on crucial issues
- Making today's catchment management partnerships work for a resilient water sector tomorrow
- The potential benefits of the sludge market for Wales
- Attracting innovation, business and skills to Wales and its water sector
To view more details and to register, visit: events.wwtonline.co.uk/wales
Alternatively, contact Nicola Gillman on (01342) 332045 or email email@example.com
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