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1.11. & 2.11.1020: Water Innovation Network Events

Oct 19th, 2010 |

Brussels, 19 October 2010. As partners in the EcoCluP and INNOWATER projects, the Water Innovation Network is organizing two proactive one-day workshops focusing on the challenges and opportunities for innovation in water treatment, water resources and the water supply network and on wastewater treatment and sewerage systems to be held with senior members of the Anglian Water on the 1st and 2nd of November 2010 at the Eco Innovation Centre in Peterborough, United Kingdom.

November 1st: Finding solutions to short and long term challenges in water supply

Date:Monday November 1st 2010
Agenda:Click here to view the draft agenda
Venue:Eco Innovation Centre, City Road, Peterborough, PE1 1SA
Time:09:00 – 16:45
Parking:Please use nearby public car parks
Cost:£15+VAT for WIN Members and £150+VAT for non-members
Booking:Click here to book your place

November 2nd: Finding solutions to short and long term challenges in wastewater treatment

November 2nd: Finding solutions to short and long term challenges in wastewater treatment

Date:Tuesday November 2nd 2010
Agenda:Click here to view the draft agenda
Venue:Eco Innovation Centre, City Road, Peterborough, PE1 1SA
Time:09:00 – 16:45
Parking:Please use nearby public car parks
Cost:£15+VAT for WIN Members and £150+VAT for non-members
Booking:Click here to book your place

The aim of the Water Innovation Network is to drive innovation within the water industry supply chain and to encourage industrial end-users of water to adopt innovative solution that reduce water demand. The network is also a response to the many challenges faced by the water industry itself, including climate change, growth and the continued need for efficiency.

many challenges faced by the water industry itself, including climate change, growth and the continued need for efficiency.





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