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UTILITY Week 31st October 2014

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AWARDS.EDIE.NET BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW Recognise the excellence, reward the innovators and celebrate the very best in business sustainability with the leading names in the private and public sectors Celebrate the leaders who are making a difference Sponsored by: Organised by: In association with: B O O K N O W A T W W W . U W - T W E N T Y F I V E Y E A R S . N E T 25 Years: A reception marking the anniversary of the privatisation of the water industry in 1989, and looking for ward to the next quarter of a century. In 1989, the UK government began a unique experiment: the privatisation of the water industry. Twenty-five years on, and following £110 billion of investment and some very public highs and lows, Utility Week is gathering the water sector's leaders to reflect on the challenges of yesterday, today and tomorrow. Follow us on Twitter @utilityweek #uw25years K E Y N O T E S P E E C H E S W I L L B E D E L I V E R E D B Y : Jonson Cox Ofwat chairman Robert Miller Bakewell Industry analyst Barbara Frost Chief Executive Wateraid Ian Byatt Former Director General Ofwat

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