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WWEM announce 2010 details

04 March 2010

Organisers of environmental monitoring event, WWEM said this year’s event will take place under the title ‘Water Monitoring in the 21st Century’. The conference will be held in the UK at the Telford International Centre, November 10 and 11, 2010.

The conference presentations will provide information on the latest regulations affecting process and effluent monitoring with authoritative speakers from the Environment Agency, ABB, SIRA, and UKAS. It will be chaired by British Water.

Speakers from the Environment Agency will provide an update on Better Regulation and the Environmental Permitting Regulations (EPR) and include the latest position on operator self-monitoring (OSM) and the role of MCERTS and Operator Monitoring Assessment (OMA) in supporting the move to OSM for industry and the Water Utilities.

ABB will provide an instrumentation perspective to MCERTS and the self-monitoring of Effluent Flow under EPR and OMA.

It is now more than five years since the first MCERTS Site Conformity Inspection Certificate was issued. Over this period, nearly 4,000 site inspections have been performed and a speaker from Sira will outline the latest advice for process operators and explain likely future developments.

UKAS will provide an overview on how it interacts with regulators in the water industry and how regulatory requirements are interpreted with respect to ISO 17025 and UKAS accreditation. The presentation will include developments in the 21st century with an emphasis on sampling.

WWEM 2010 will also include a programme of more than 70 Workshops and an international Exhibition featuring providers of test and monitoring instrumentation and services.

The WWEM 2010 organisers have reported that the majority of the stands at the exhibition have already been reserved and that the remainder are being allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.


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