8th March 2018, Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Water quality in the UK regulated water sector is some of the highest in the world, with more than 99.96% (England 2016, Water UK) delivered at or above compliance levels. But with ageing infrastructure and a vast structure of pipework to deliver through, the challenges to network operators to maintain such high levels of service as water passes through ageing pipework have never been greater.
The conference will focus on the challenges and share practice on:
Chair: Bob Stear, Deputy Chief Engineer, Severn Trent
The Challenge of Managing Quality Risk & Resilience in Water Networks
Jon Wadley, Hydrosave UK
EU Public Survey on Quality of Drinking Water Quality
Joachim Schellekens, Ecorys
Water quality management in the distribution network – calibrated chlorine decay model to minimise bacteriological and customer perception risk
Hugh Thomas, Atkins & Christopher Taylor, United Utilities
Using pipe condition assessments as a decision aid to the implementation of preventive and curative mitigation solutions for ageing pipes
Flavia Zraick, CIRSEE – Water Processes & Applications
Developing a conditioning strategy: Is the Langelier Saturation Index still useful?
Lisa Barrott, Stantec
Practical Case Studies
Zonal Studies Approach
Trystan Davies, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
Managing Lead in Private Water Supply Networks on MOD sites
Sarah Maiden, Kelda Water
Closing Panel debate: with Lisa Barrott, Stantec, Flavia Zraick, CIRSEE – Water Processes & Applications and Michael Beresford, Affinity Water
Exhibition: A limited number of exhibition spaces will be available at the event – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.