Registration now open for UK's WWEM 2008

Registration is now open for Water Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring 2008, which will take place at the Telford International Center November 5-6, 2008. WWEM will comprise a major Conference, Workshops, Exhibition and a Gala MCERTS Presentation Dinner. The Conference will address key issues in the testing and monitoring of water level, flow and quality and the Workshops will address practical and technical issues that confront those responsible for managing water and wastewater...

TELFORD, UK, Feb. 25, 2008 -- Water Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) 2008 is a highly focused event that provides visitors with an update on technologies, applications, regulation and instrumentation.

WWEM 2008 will take place at the Telford International Center on 5th and 6th November 2008. Building upon the outstanding success of the 2006 water-monitoring event, WWEM 2008 promises to be even bigger and better.

WWEM will comprise a major Conference, Workshops, Exhibition and a Gala MCERTS Presentation Dinner.

The Conference will address key issues in the testing and monitoring of water level, flow and quality and the Workshops will address many of the practical and technical issues that confront those responsible for managing water and wastewater, either in the laboratory, within processes, in effluent, or in natural water resources such as underground, in rivers, streams, reservoirs or coastal areas.

Conference presentations will include an update on the Environment Agency's Modernising Regulations Agenda and the application of MCERTS to the water sector.

Initially WWEM was created to address issues relating to the Environment Agency's monitoring certification scheme MCERTS, however, it has now grown to become a focal point for the entire water testing community attracting delegates and exhibitors from all over the world.

WWEM will be an essential date in the diary of anyone responsible for an aqueous discharge to the environment, however the event will also appeal to anyone involved with water sampling testing or monitoring. For example, many of the technologies on show find application in process monitoring and control within a wide variety of industries such as food, beverage, petrochem, manufacturing, power, leisure and many others.

Online visitor registration for the WWEM 2008 is now available at www.wwem.uk.com.

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