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WWEM 2016 visitors urged to plan ahead

WWEM 2016 will open its doors on 2 and 3 November in Telford and with 8 conferences, more than 80 workshops and a sold out exhibition; the organisers are urging visitors to plan their trip in advance. “Most importantly, visitors must register online as soon as possible,” says event manager David Hellyer. “Many of the conferences and workshops are running at the same time, so it is vitally important to plan which events to attend before arrival.”

There is a delegate fee for some of the Conferences, but pre-registered visitors receive free parking, refreshments and lunch, plus free access to the Exhibition, Workshops, Poster sessions and Demonstration Area, the EFASIG meeting, the Pump Centre BIM event, and the Flow Forum.

WWEM visitors come from a broad spectrum of industries and sectors including regulators, government, manufacturers and process operators, water utilities, accreditation organisations, commercial laboratories, instrument manufacturers, consultants, analytical service providers, researchers and academics.

David says: “The number of visitors that have already registered at www.wwem.uk.com is substantially ahead of the last WWEM in 2014, so this year’s event is all set to be a massive success, and we can’t wait to get started!”

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