TELFORD, England — WWEM 2014, held Nov. 5-6, in Telford, has sustained growth in every event since the first WWEM in 2005, according to a press release.
WWEM 2014, the sixth International Conference and Exhibition on Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring, was comprised of a variety of activities designed to update and inform anyone in the water sector with a professional interest in testing and monitoring, stated the release.
“In comparison with the last WWEM in 2012, visitor numbers were up by 15 percent,” said Marcus Pattison, WWEM organizer. “And even though the size of the exhibition was increased by 12 percent, we were still unable to accommodate several potential exhibitors.”
The release reported that the first day of the conference provided the latest information on the technologies, regulations and methods required for testing and monitoring environmental emissions of regulated processes.
Hosted by the British Measurement and Testing Association (BMTA), the second day of WWEM 2014 featured presentations highlighting the methods of achieving consistency and quality in sampling and laboratory measurements, noted the release.
“I hope that every visitor to WWEM found what they were looking for, networked with key industry professionals and returned home tired but content in the knowledge that they had invested their time wisely,” said Pattison. “I look forward to helping them to do so again at WWEM 2016 on [Nov. 2 and 3].”
You can find the release here.