WWEM 2014 coming soon

Oct. 27, 2014

TELFORD, England — WWEM 2014 will be bigger than ever before, featuring 130 exhibits representing more than 250 companies from around the world.

TELFORD, England — The 2014 Water Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) Exhibition Conferences and Workshops begins Nov. 5-6, according to a press release.

WWEM 2014 will provide registered visitors with the opportunity to find the latest information on the standards, technologies, methods and regulatory requirements related to water, wastewater and environmental monitoring, stated the press release.

The release reported that the event will be held at the Telford International Centre, U.K., and with WWEM 2014 featuring more opportunities than ever before, organizers are urging those who are attending the conference to plan in advance.

"In comparison with the previous WWEM events, which date back to 2005, this year’s conferences, exhibition and workshops will be substantially larger with more delegates than ever before," said David Hellyer, WWEM 2014 organizer. "There are now 130 Exhibitors representing over 250 companies from all over the world, and in comparison with the hugely successful 2012 event, the number of registered visitors is already running at 20 percent above the 2012 figures."

Entry to WWEM 2014 is free for visitors that have preregistered, which also provides them with free parking, lunches and refreshments, noted the release.

You can find the release here.

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