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Scottish water conference 2017

How can Scotland optimise its unique position in the water sector, and what opportunities exist for the supply chain? The 2017 WWT Water Scotland Conference will bring key stakeholders together to answer these questions and more on 7 December in Glasgow. With support from Scottish Water, Scottish Government and Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, this is a unique opportunity to gain expert insight from water industry leaders, including:

  • Bob Irvine, Deputy director water industry, Scottish Government
  • Mark Dickson, Director of capital investment, Scottish Water
  • Terry A’Hearn, Chief executive officer, SEPA
  • Sue Petch, Drinking water quality regulator, Drinking Water Quality Regulator for Scotland
  • Dr Marc Stutter, Lead of the waters research programme, The James Hutton Institute
  • Sara Thiam, Regional director, Institution of Civil Engineers Scotland
  • Johanna Dow, Chief executive officer, Business Stream
  • Sam Ghibaldan, Consumer futures unit manager, Citizens Advice Scotland
  • Mark Bevan, Chief executive, Scottish Council for Development and Industry

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Attend this CPD-certified event to:

  • Hear directly from Scottish Water to reflect on SR15
  • Address how to maintain a resilient and environmentally secure water industry
  • Discuss how water will be operated, managed and delivered in the future
  • Learn about the innovative projects currently underway in Scotland

Last year’s event sold out, so early booking is essential. Book now to guarantee your place.

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