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UTILITY Week 11th April 2014

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Peter Davies Commissioner for Sustainable Futures Wales With a new Water Strategy for Wales currently in development and water company AMP 6 business plans soon to be approved by Ofwat, the inaugural Wales Water 2014 Conference offers a timely opportunity for all stakeholders to come together and examine the current and future pressures facing the sector. Over 100 representatives from central and local government, the environmental and economic regulators, water utilities, contractors, NGOs and consumer bodies will have the opportunity to engage expert speakers on a range of topics including: • A new Water Strategy for Wales • What matters most to customers • Adopting an ecosystem approach to water management • Water sustainability for future generations • Working in partnership to safeguard a clean water supply and protect wildlife • Reducing Water Framework Directive (WFD) failures • Flood risk management in Wales Organised by Supported by Dr Norman Lowe OBE Member, Glas Cymru and President elect, CIWEM Prys Davies Deputy Director, Energy, Water and Flood Division, Welsh Government Mike Davis Acting Director of Finance, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water Rachel Sharp CEO, Wildlife Trusts Wales Nicci Russell Director of Parliamentary and Public Affairs, Ofwat Joanne Sherwood Head of Natural Resources, Natural Resources Wales Chair expert speakers inClude Follow us @WWtlive using #waleswater Supported by Mae Cyfieithiad Cymraeg ar Gael www.WWt-wales.net Book noW at www.WWt-wales.net WalesWater-2014-brochure-afterbird.indd 1 14/03/2014 16:31

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