IWA Efficient 2017, 18-20 July 2017

The conference will be held in the historic roman city of Bath. Water is at the heart of this historic city in the rolling countryside of southwest England. The natural hot springs and the original Roman-era baths provide a setting of efficient water management from the past. The city is also known for its 18th-century Georgian architecture and honey-coloured bath stone used in much of the city’s architecture. Bath is also on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The University of Bath’s Chancellors Hall is a modern conference venue and some accommodation has been reserved on campus for attendees. A gala dinner will be held in the Assembly Rooms to provide a perfect backdrop for networking and socialising.
The key topics for the conference include – developing water efficient strategies in:
  • Policies & legislation
  • Planning & implementation
  • Best Management Practices
  • Measurement of efficiency programs
  • Non-revenue water, leakage and pressure management
  • Climate change and drought adaptation
  • Water and energy nexus
  • Water recycling and reuse
  • Efficiency of bulk supply system
  • Water security
  • Waste water treatment, with emphasis on industrial water use
  • Public involvement

For further information on this event including how to register please visit http://efficient2017.com/

For the latest version of the programme  please visit https://efficient.ita.upv.es/program/dayconferenceprogram-en.php

The conference social programme will include:
Welcome Reception Drinks at the Chancellors Hall on the University of Bath Campus, Monday 17 July, 6pm Gala Dinner, The Assembly Rooms, Bath Wednesday 19 July, 7pm
IWA are also developing a programme to support Young Water Professionals at the conference. If you would like to find out more contact Hazel Lewis (intern@waterwise.org.uk).

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