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Smart Water Systems

Start Date:16 Apr 12 End Date:17 Apr 12

Maintaining supply and tighter asset management is now essential for water companies. Population growth and environmental pressures are squeezing supply and driving change towards a more sustainable model. Like the energy sector, water technologists today are directing consumer behaviour through complex tariffing. Currently, homes utilising smart water meters are using 10% less water and are helping their suppliers to reduce leakage levels by a fifth. The future will see this capability developed further, ensuring greater water availability, lower energy bills, and the environmental impact reduced.

SMi Group's Smart Water Systems conference provides you with a focused international perspective on these developments.

Hear from industry leading speakers including:
Jon Crooke, deputy director – universal metering programme, Southern Water
Dominique Gatel, deputy technical director – drinking water, Environment Agency
Robert Casey, water modelling manager, Thames Water
Simon Murray, strategic metering manager, Veolia Water
Wilbert van de Ven, process technology manager, Vitens
Taisei Miura, chief executive officer, m2ocity

Smart Water Systems will be held in London. For further information, contact David Leakey.

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