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ESS 2050: Sustainable Water Management: Innovative Stormwater Overflow and Water Quality Projects

Date: Wednesday 29th May

Time: 11:00 - 12:30

Where: Online

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As part of the ESS 2050 series, this webinar, "Sustainable Water Management: Innovative Stormwater Overflow and Water Quality Projects," focuses on innovative solutions to critical water management challenges. With contributions from Peter Holt of Arup, Nicole McNab of Southern Water, Matt Wheeldon of Wessex Water, and Sam Sweeney from the Environment Agency, the session will delve into the latest projects and technologies that address stormwater overflows and improve water quality.

This webinar is designed for a wide-ranging audience, including water companies, wastewater managers, local authorities, drainage suppliers, infrastructure engineers, lab technicians, and consultants, offering them a platform for learning and discussion. It will provide insights into sustainable practices, showcase pathfinder projects, and highlight advancements in real-time water quality measurement, promoting a collaborative approach towards achieving cleaner, sustainable water resources.

By participating in this session, attendees will be part of an essential dialogue on water sustainability, gaining knowledge that could drive change within their organisations and the broader water management landscape. This webinar not only aligns with the goals of the ESS 2050 series to promote sustainability and innovation but also offers practical solutions for today's water management challenges, encouraging a proactive approach to environmental stewardship.

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AGENDA

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11:00 - 11:05         Welcome Address
  Chair: Gaby Mandell, CEO, Institute of Water
   
11:05 - 11:20         Sustainable Water Management Projects
  Peter Holt, Associate - Stormwater, Arup
   
11:20 - 11:40        Pathfinder Projects
  Nicole McNab, Strategic Comms & Partnership Delivery Lead, Southern Water
   
11:40 - 11:55        Real Time Water Quality Measurement
  Matt Wheeldon, Director of Infrastructure Development, Wessex Water
   
11:55 - 12:10       Innovative Water Projects
  Sam Sweeney, Manager - Improving Water Company Regulation Team, Environment Agency
   
12:10 - 12:30     Questions & Answers
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