WWEM technical committee announces call for papers and technical presentations

The technical committee for this year’s Water, Wastewater & Environmental Monitoring event (WWEM), due to be held at the NEC Birmingham in October, has announced a call for papers and technical presentations.

WWEM will take place on the 9th & 10th October, and is the UK’s largest exhibition dedicated to water and wastewater monitoring.

The goal of WWEM is to encourage informative and active discussions on the technical and regulatory issues associated with water and wastewater monitoring. With this goal in mind, the organiser wants Oral and Poster presentations to be technically focused with commercial aspects kept to an absolute minimum.

Selected oral presentations will be allocated a 15 to 20 minute presentation slot and selected poster presentations will be allocated a poster board in the poster area.

The organiser is particularly interested in presentations that cover performance and validation data and studies which include quality assurance and uncertainties, research activities, novel techniques, and discussions on results and data.

Topics for WWEM

  • Sensing wastewater for Public Health
  • PFAS Testing
  • Microplastics/Micropollutants
  • Contaminants of Emerging Concern
  • Water epidemiology
  • Pesticide analysis
  • River/Water Pollution and Discharge
  • Flow/Level Measurement
  • Digitalization and IoT
  • Smart water

Companies are invited to submit abstracts HERE by Thursday 29th February.




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