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|3-February-2015||Policy Forum for London / London, UK||With pressure from a growing population, delegates at this seminar will consider priorities and challenges for implementing the Mayor's upcoming London Infrastructure Plan 2050, which is currently out for consultation, and next steps for infrastructure in London, across areas including transport, roads, energy, water, sewerage and housing. Further sessions will focus on the impact of national policy, with the 2014 National Infrastructure Plan due out in December, as well as the key issues surrounding green belt development and new towns.|
|5-February-2015||Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum / London, UK||This seminar will examine the future of the UK's airport capacity requirements as the Airports Commission prepares to publish its final report in 2015. Delegates will assess the three proposals shortlisted by the Commission: a third runway at Heathrow, a new runway at Gatwick, and the Heathrow Hub, following the decision not to shortlist the inner Thames Estuary airport proposal. Planned sessions also examine the development of regional airport links and their interoperability with existing and future transport networks, as well as the long-term impact that increasing airport capacity will have on the UK's economy for both industry and local authorities. This event is CPD certified.|
|18-February-2015||Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM)/ 106 – 109 Saffron Hill, Farringdon, London||This CIWEM-led event will identify the drivers and regulations relating to the Wastewater Network and discuss the application of technological solutions to challenges being faced by water and sewerage companies. It will showcase examples from Europe where "Smart" Wastewater Networks are already in use, and identify how experience gained in these cases may be applied in the UK.|
|24-February-2015||Glasgow, UK||Brownfield Briefing is returning to Scotland once again in February 2015. This year’s conference, which has been fully re-researched and updated, will provide regulatory updates and practical guidance on risk assessment, both with regards to human health and water quality. Leading industry experts will share their views on alternative possible risk assessment frameworks and their applicability to Scotland. Case studies will also demonstrate best practice in applying groundwater risk assessment criteria.|
|24-February-2015||Westminster Forum Projects (WFP) / London, UK||Delegates at this conference will examine prospects for the UK Renewable energy sector as 2020 targets approach, and assess the latest developments and next steps needed as international 2030 targets are discussed. Planned sessions focus on the finalisation of Contracts for Difference regime with analysis of projects that have been funded and the future of those technologies not initially selected, and assessment of wider issues for the renewable industry as a whole.|
|26-February-2015||WWT / Belfast, Ireland|| |
Now in its sixth year, WaterNI aims to bring all the major stakeholders together to discuss the current and future pressures facing the sector. Timed just after the next price control (PC15) and consultation on the Long Term Water Strategy, the event will again bring together representatives from government, the environmental and economic regulators, utilities, NGOs, contractorsandconsumer bodies. The 2015 conference features interactive workshops focussing on Customer engagement and satisfaction, Energy efficiency and energy recoveryandSustainable wastewater treatment works.
letsrecycle.com / London, UK
The conference aims to offer retailers and their partners an interactive platform to debate a wide range of topics from energy and logistics through to responsible sourcing and cost-effective waste management as well as stakeholder engagement.
Businesses, public authorities and third sector organisations are becoming more and more aware of the importance of zero waste. They want to be part of the sustainability solution, and the Zero Waste Awards recognises and rewards them for doing so.
CIWEM / London, UK
Constructed wetlands play an important role in terms of providing wastewater, sludge and runoff treatment, and floodwater retention. They are being used all over the world, offering solutions to many water quality issues and treating a range of effluents, including domestic sewage, industrial wastewater, agricultural diffuse pollution and urban surface runoff.
|9-10-March-2015||Charles Maxwell / Warsaw, Poland||This two-day conference and exhibition aims to serve as a platform to reinvigorate Polish shale gas exploration. The event will explore current and future possibilities for the Polish shale gas industry, bringing together senior government officials and technical experts with operators and license holders. The conference will combine a series of presentations and moderator led panel discussions which will be followed by a question and answer session with the audience.|
|11-13-March-2015||Via Expo / Sofia, Bulgaria||The 2015 edition aims to promote the latest energy developments and encourage their large-scale implementation in South-East Europe as well as speed up foreign investment in the regional economy. It is a great networking place for the international and local industry players.|
|11-13-March-2015||Smart Cities||Via Expo / Sofia, Bulgaria||The focus of ‘Smart Cities’ Exhibition and Conference will be on intelligent transport, building management and automation, ICT technology implementation in the overall urban activity. It will attract representatives of institutions, municipalities, branch organizations, private companies, providing interactivity and networking between them.|
|24-March-2015||BCT Wildlife and transport infrastructure Symposium||BCT / London, UK||BCT holds an international symposium every year that focusses on particular aspects relating to wildlife conservation in the professional sector. The symposiums bring together academics, ecological consultants and industry to share the current state of scientific knowledge and best practice.|
|25-March-2015||Managing Cryptosporidium: Sharing Wisdom||Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM)/ 106 – 109 Saffron Hill, Farringdon, London|| |
This seminar will bring together representatives who have first-hand experience of managing an outbreak of cryptosporidiosis or have been involved with a significant incident involving actual or potential detections of Cryptosporidium in drinking water supplies.
Leading experts will share their knowledge and intelligence on the latest research that can assist with management and prevention of Cryptosporidium in drinking water supplies.
|13-16-April-2015||HydroEco '2015|| |
|To address the relevant issues, the conference aims to bring together experts from different disciplines such as hydrologists (groundwater, surface water), ecologists, biologists, subsurface microbiologists, environmental biogeochemists, eco-technologists, geomorphologists, hydraulic engineers, forest managers, nature reserve managers, regional and landscape planners, as well as experts from governmental institutions.|
|15-16-April-2015||CIWEM / London, UK||The aim of the conference is to challenge and inspire the water and environment community by sharing knowledge, networking and best practice, which is at the heart of meeting key global challenges. There will be a dynamic range of presentations and discussions on the challenges associated with delivering sustainable water and environmental management, with plenty of networking opportunities.|
|21-April-2015||Global Insight Conferences Ltd / London, UK||Join 25+ senior industry speakers including DONG Energy, E.ON Climate & Renewables GmbH, RWE Innogy GmbH, Mainstream Renewable Power, Statoil ASA, Centrica, Siemens and RES Offshore as they share their expert advice on driving costs down, harnessing technological innovations and advancing project efficiencies to develop commercially-viable wind power stations in deeper water, further offshore.|
|22-23-April-2015||Environmental Technology Publications / Telford, UK||The 8th in the series of Air Quality & Emissions Events will focus on industrial emissions and stack monitoring of (Part A) processes regulated by the Environment Agency, ambient air quality monitoring,the emissions to air of Part A2 and Part B processes controlled by local authorities, MCERTS standards, aspects of air quality protection and treatment.|
|29-30-April-2015||SMi Group Ltd / London, UK||The conference aims to strengthen knowledge of smart water meter data handling issues as well as looking at the practicalities of interactive billing. Understanding the customers’ behaviour, viewpoint and experience will be a major focus as will hearing from a selection of international water utility companies currently implementing smart meters.|
|13-May-2015||CIWEM / London, UK||This prestigious event attracts guests from all areas of the environment industry, including Members of Parliament; CEOs and directors of water companies; government departments; environmental consultants; contractors; the media; and many more. It is an ideal opportunity to catch up with old friends and colleagues, as well as to network with new contacts.|
letsrecycle.com / London, UK
The Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management are renowned for delivering true value and recognition to leaders of innovation in the sector. A panel of industry experts judge your work at a dedicated judging day in April. Be sure to submit your entry before the 19th March for a chance to win.
Charles Maxwell Limited / Buenos Aires, Argentina
A-SGOS 2015 is a two-day conference and exhibition serving as a platform to invigorate Argentinian shale gas exploration. The event aims to explore current and future possibilities for the Argentinian shale gas industry, bringing together senior government officials and technical experts with operators and license holders. The conference will incorporate numerous case studies covering existing experience within the Argentinian shale gas sector, with particular attention being paid to technological innovation within the industry.
Water & Wastewater Treatment (WWT) / Birmingham, UK
The 3rd National Wastewater Infrastructure & Networks Conference will address the environmental, regulatory, economic and operational challenges facing water utilities and wider stakeholders as they move towards a more integrated and innovative approach to wastewater network optimisation and sustainable drainage solutions.
|1-4 June-2015||ETA s.r.l. / Vienna, Austria|| |
EUBCE is Europe's largest international conference focused on biomass combining a highly-respected international scientific conference with an industrial exhibition and gathers participants from research, industry, policy and business of biomass. It highlights progress in research, technological development and production processes. It brings together all key specialists to make it the most important international platform for dialogue between research, industry, research and industry, and policy in the biomass sector.
|9-June-2015||Westminster Forum Projects / Cardiff, UK|| |
This timely seminar will consider the next steps for policy and practice in order to meet the Welsh Governments aim of becoming a ‘zero waste economy’ - with particular focus on the challenges for waste minimisation and moving towards a circular economy in Wales.
|15-17- June-2015||Wessex Institute / A Coruña, Spain|| |
The eighth International Conference on Sustainable Water Resources Management will present the more recent technological and scientific developments, associated with the management of surface and sub-surface water resources.
|17-19- June-2015||Wessex Institute / A Coruña, Spain|| |
River Basin Management 2015 is the 8th Conference in the series which marks the growing international interest in the planning, design and management of river basin systems.
|15-17- July-2015||Wessex Institute / A Coruña, Spain||The Water and Society Conference is to be reconvened in 2015 following the success of the previous meetings, the first of which was held in Las Vegas in 2011, followed by the meeting in 2013 in the New Forest, UK, home to the Wessex Institute.|
|5-7- August-2015||watefnetwork / Exeter, UK||More information to follow.|
|3-4- September-2015||SUDSnet / Coventry, UK|| |
This 2 day meeting will include a mix of research and practitioner speakers, posters and displays on SUDS and SUDS -related topics.
|21-24- September-2015|| |
|LuWQ2015 is an international and interdisciplinary conference on the cutting edge of science, management and policy to minimise effects of agriculture and land use changes on the quality of groundwater and surface waters.|
CIWEM / London, UK
|More information, including the event programme and booking, will be available online shortly.|
Brownfield Briefing events
- Shale gas and coal bed methane production: Exploring the environmental and hydrogeological impacts, 29 Jan 2015
- Practical Solutions for Improved Risk Assessment and Remediation of Contaminated Land & Groundwater in Scotland, 24 Feb 2015
- Brownfield Land 2015 - Belfast
- Sponsorship & exhibiting opportunities
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