WWEM 2014 will open its doors on Wednesday and Thursday, 5th & 6th November, providing registered visitors with the opportunity to find the latest information on the technologies, standards, methods and regulatory requirements that relate to Water, Wastewater & Environmental Monitoring.
“In comparison with the previous WWEM events, which date back to 2005, this year’s Conferences, Exhibition and Workshops will be substantially larger with more delegates than ever before,” said organiser David Hellyer. “There are now 130 Exhibitors representing over 250 companies from all over the world, and in comparison with the hugely successful 2012 event, the number of registered visitors is already running at 20% above the 2012 figures.”
WWEM 2014 will take place at the Telford International Centre (UK) and with so many different options to choose from, many running simultaneously, the organisers are urging visitors to plan their visit in advance. “In addition to the main Conferences, there are also a number of specialist seminars, technical forums, demonstration areas and over 90 workshops,” David advises. “So, it is important for visitors to choose the subjects of greatest interest PRIOR to arrival, because with so much going on there are bound to be conflicts and overlaps.”
Entry to WWEM 2014 is free for pre-registered visitors (www.wwem.uk.com), who are also entitled to free parking, free lunches and refreshments. However, there is a small charge for the main Conferences – further details are available at www.wwem.uk.com.