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UTILITY Week 12th June 2015

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Organised by Supported by The 4th annual Integrated Water Resources Management Conference o ers the UK water sector a timely opportunity to consider the next steps in implementing the Water Framework Directive, bringing together the key stakeholders in sustainable water resource management. Join over 100 representatives at this CPD-Certifi ed conference, part of Sustainble Water 2015, to discover: • The latest on strategic implementation of the Water Framework Directive • Examples of 'upstream thinking' and the e ects on water-related ecosystems • How to align company business plans with river basin management plans • Integrated catchment management case studies from diverse stakeholder groups • Industry-leading examples of managing pesticides and di use pollution • Expertise on managing both fl ood and drought resilience • How to apply an Ecosystems Services Approach to catchment management • An evidence-based approach for informing future investment Book online at www.WWT-environment.net Prof. Doug Wilson Director of Scientifi c and Evidence Services Environment Agency Chairman UKTAG Yvette de Garis Head of Environmental Regulation Thames Water Jacob Tompkins MD Waterwise Chairman Water Resilience Working Group (Ofwat) Ruth Barden Head of Environment and Catchment Strategy Wessex Water Arlin Rickard CEO The Rivers Trust Chairman CaBA Support Group Andrew Walker Catchment Strategy Manager Yorkshire Water EXPERT SPEAKERS INCLUDE Chris Baines Environmental Advisor, Writer and Broadcaster CHAIR Follow us @WWTlive using #suswater Supported by

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