British Water Reception to be held at the House of Lords

British Water is delighted to announce their Spring Reception 2022 is back at the iconic House of Lords after having to cancel the 2021 reception due to government restrictions and delay.

British Water commented they are “committed to harnessing the power of collaboration to enable innovation and evenings like this play a key role in delivering tangible change in our industry.”

There are two keynote speakers, Baroness Brown of Cambridge DBE FREng FRS, Chair of the Climate Change Committee’s Adaptation Committee and The Rt Hon Philip Dunne MP who will provide an update on the Environment Audit Committee.

This is a free event for British Water Members. Places at the reception are strictly limited so, there is a cap of two places per company. Places will be offered on a first-come first-served basis when registration opens.

The event will take place on Monday 16 May.


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