ROAR B2B, organiser of the Flood & Water Management Expo due to be held at the NEC Birmingham on 13th & 14th September 2023, has unveiled a comprehensive agenda for the event.
The sessions, to be held in two FWM Expo theatres (the Flood Keynote Theatre and the Water & Wastewater Management Keynote Theatre) will have a diverse assembly of seasoned experts and practitioners to provide attendees with invaluable insights and pragmatic strategies to adeptly address the intricate challenges posed by drought prevention, flood management, and water treatment.
The organiser says this year’s expo promises an unparalleled platform for the exchange of knowledge, networking, and exploration of cutting-edge solutions within the realms of drought prevention, flood management, and water treatment.
This year’s Flood & Water Management Expo is one of four events forming one of the UK’s largest environmental events – Environmental Services & Solutions Expo.
Day 1 Highlights:
10:45 Water & Wastewater Management Keynote Theatre – Monitoring for the impact of wastewater contamination in surface waters
Kickstart day 1 by learning about the impact of wastewater contamination in surface waters with:
- Kayleigh Smith – In-Situ
13:00 Water & Wastewater Management Keynote Theatre – Net-Zero & Use Of Water As a Resource
Discover National Infrastructure Commission’s thoughts on going net-zero and conserving water as a valuable resource:
- Ed Beard – National Infrastructure Commission
14:00 Water & Wastewater Management Keynote Theatre – Drought Management and Rainwater Capture and Reuse
Uncover the latest developments in drought management and rainwater capture with leading water management experts:
- Jo Bradley, British Water
- Dr Neil Sewell, SDS
Day 2 Highlights:
10:15 Flood Keynote Theatre – Flood and Climate Resilience
A strategic look at flood and climate resilience with:
- James Harvey – Zurich Resilience Solutions
13:15 Flood Keynote Theatre – Improvements and Innovation in Digital Flood Risk Engagement
Navigate the challenges, improvements and innovations facing the Environment Agency in digital flood risk engagement from:
- Jim Walker, Environment Agency