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WWT Wales Water Conference 2017

WWT Wales Water Conference 2017

15% DISCOUNT AVAILABLE: Energy & Utility Skills contacts are entitled to a 15% discount to attend this event. Enter the promotional below for the discount to be automatically applied.

Wales’ government and in turn its water sector is becoming increasingly independent from the rest of the UK, but collaboration – both cross-border and within the country – remains the key to maximising the possibilities for innovation and commercial prosperity within the sector. This will require the inclusion and involvement of all stakeholders who stand to both impact and benefit from a healthy and productive water environment.

The annual WWT Wales Water Conference, taking place in Cardiff on 17 May 2017, is the flagship event bringing together not just those directly involved in providing a clean, efficient and resilient water supply, but also land managers, large water users, councils, regulators, NGOs and government bodies with a responsibility or stake in its improvement.

If the puzzle can be pieced together with efficiency and resilience as key pieces Wales will find itself in a position to benefit from a sustainable and economically profitable water sector with the potential to attract overseas investment and the opportunity to sell its knowledge and expertise abroad.

Expert speakers sharing their insight include:

  • Prof. Steve Ormerod, Professor of Ecology, Cardiff University, Chair, RSPB Council (Confirmed)
  • Lesley Griffiths, Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, Welsh Government (Confirmed)
  • Diane McCrea MBE, Chair, Natural Resources Wales (Confirmed)
  • Peter Perry, Chief Operating Officer, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Confirmed)
  • Tracey Davies, Head of Environment, The Coal Authority (Confirmed)
  • Barry Greig, Hydro Nation Strategy Manager, Scottish Government Directorate for Environment and Forestry: Water Industry Division (Confirmed)
  • Tony Harrington, Director of Environment, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water (Confirmed)
  • Neil Corrigall, Head of Strategy, Severn Trent
  • Frank White, Inspector, Drinking Water Inspectorate (Confirmed)
  • Jerry Langford, Director – Wales, The Woodland Trust (Confirmed)
  • Paul Rossiter, Energy Water and Conservation Officer, Caerphilly County Borough Council (Confirmed)
  • Natalie Hall, Strategy Manager, Natural Resources Wales
  • Ruth Jenkins, Head of Natural Resources, Natural Resources Wales
  • Andy Philips, Audit Manager Studies, Wales Audit Office (Confirmed)
  • Daniel Johns, Communications Manager, NFU Cymru (Confirmed)
  • Philippa Pearson, Catchment Manager, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water (Confirmed)
  • Aled Davies, Client Manager, Energy & Utility Skills (Confirmed)

If you would like to attend at a 15% discount, simply register online at events.wwtonline.co.uk/wales/ and enter promotional code EUSKILLS15 when prompted, the discount will be automatically applied. 

Alternatively, contact Mark Baker on +44 (0)1342 332040 or email mark.baker@fav-house.com.


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May 17, 2017
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