WWEM water monitoring event opens free registration for exhibition, workshops and conference

WWWEM (Water, Wastewater & Environmental Monitoring) and AQE (Air Quality & Emissions) take place on 12 & 13 October 2022, Telford International Centre, Shropshire, UK

Registration has opened for the 10th WWEM Water and Wastewater Monitoring conference and exhibition which will be held in-person on the 12th & 13th October in Telford, England. Registration is free for both the exhibition, workshops and conference presentations. 

WWEM has cemented its reputation as the leading Water Monitoring event in the sector, becoming an essential meeting in the industry’s calendar. Before an international audience, WWEM will showcase the latest instruments and services for water- and wastewater- process monitoring from over 150 companies.

At no extra cost, attendees at WWEM 2022 can sit in on over 100 hours of technical conference presentations and workshops on applications, case studies, regulation, and emerging technologies.

Highly regarded by professionals throughout the water and wastewater sectors, WWEM promises to be a unique opportunity for process operators, environmental managers, policy-makers, researchers and regulators. Be the first to know about upcoming regulation, familiarise yourself with the latest technological developments, and make connections with key decision-makers, regulators and suppliers. If you test, analyse, monitor or treat water, WWEM 2022 will help to supply you and your business with all of the contacts, technical advice and industry news that you’ll need to thrive.

WWEM is supported by Professional bodies including CIWEM (The Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management), InstMC (Institute of Measurement and Control), ISE (Institution of Environmental Science) SWIG (Sensors for Water Interest Group), Future Water and British Water.

In 2022, WWEM will run side-by-side with the 12th International Conference and Exhibition on Air Quality and Emissions Monitoring. Excitingly, those registered to attend either WWEM or AQE will be able to enter the exhibition halls and seminar rooms of both. Now, attendees will have access to an even greater range of information, experts, suppliers and decision-makers from many different sectors – all under one roof.

At both WWEM and AQE, complementary lunches will be available and onsite parking remains free-of-charge across the two days.

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