WWEM 2014 issues call for papers

Feb. 11, 2014

ST. ALBANS, U.K. — Paper submissions are due by Feb. 28 for the conference, scheduled for Nov. 5 and 6.

ST. ALBANS, U.K. — Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring Conference 2014 organizers International Labmate Ltd. have issued a call for papers in preparation for the event, according to a press release on cleantech.com.

The event will take place on Nov. 5 and 6 this year in Telford, U.K., the release noted.

According to the release, anyone wishing to be considered should submit an abstract of no more than 500 words on a subject within the following themes: International, European and Industrial Regulation; International and European Standards, and Method Development; Industrial Cases Studies Relating to Water Monitoring; Environmental Laboratory Management and Testing; Laboratory Analysis; Flow Forum; and Smart Water.

Abstracts must be submitted online, the release reported, before 5 p.m. on Feb. 28 and the final conference program will be announced March 31.

“We are looking for papers that provide real practical benefits for delegates; the material should not be too promotional and should focus on providing help and advice on how to test and monitor accurately, effectively and efficiently, whilst complying with all relevant standards and regulations," said Oliver Grievson, who will chair one of the sessions.

Read the full release here.

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