Friday 10 September 2010

Tough going at W&W show

Marcus Pattison, one of the organisers of WWEM 2010 (Telford GB 10th–11th November) has issued a warning to visitors, urging them to plan their time at the event carefully. He says, "In 2008 a number of visitors found that they were unable to visit all of the Conference sessions and free Workshops that were of interest during a one day visit. To make matters worse, we have packed even more into the 2010 event, so visitors are going to have to plan their time very carefully and possibly consider coming on both days."
The world's largest environmental monitoring event this year, it will offer visitors a choice of over 70 free walk-in, walk-out Workshops to choose from. 12 of these have been organised by the Council of Gas Detection and Environmental Monitoring (CoGDEM) and will focus on issues such as detection technology, sampling, calibration, interpretation of data and the benefits to be gained from monitoring toxic, combustible or explosive gases.

An exhibition will run on both days of the event featuring over 120 of the world's leading providers of environmental monitoring equipment and services. Many of the exhibitors will be launching new products at the event and with so much new information available, Marcus Pattison is warning visitors that WWEM 2010 "is going to be hard work!"

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