Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Environmental exhibition almost sold out!

The exhibition that will run alongside WWEM 2014, the international Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring conference, is now almost fully booked with just a handful of spaces remaining.

WWEM 2014 - Telford (GB) - 5/6 Nov 2014
“As WWEM 2012 approached, we were forced to refuse the later applications to exhibit, and it looks like this situation will be repeated, despite the fact that we have expanded the floor space considerably,” says WWEM organiser Marcus Pattison. “In order to create the extra space, we have moved the Conference into an adjacent Hall with access via the Exhibition.”

WWEM 2014, the 6th in a series of highly successful environmental monitoring events, will return to the Telford International Centre in England, on the 5th and 6th November 2014. The event will include conference speakers and exhibitors from all over the world, providing delegates with access to a broad selection of conference presentations, workshops and demonstrations.

It will seek to provide delegates with the latest information on the techniques, technologies, methods, standards and regulatory requirements that relate to the monitoring which takes place both on-site and in the laboratory, covering sampling, field analysis, gas detection and continuous water and wastewater monitoring applications.

WWEM delegates include anyone with a professional interest in environmental monitoring; including regulators, industrial process operators, water utilities, accreditation organisations, commercial laboratories, instrument manufacturers, consultants, analytical service providers, researchers and academics.

CPD points will be awarded to Conference delegates and the cost to attend will be stg£55 (€68) per day. However, registration for the event is free of charge and pre-registered visitors are provided with free access to the exhibition and to the workshops, in addition to free on-site parking, and complimentary lunch and refreshments.

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