WWEM organiser opens registration for the largest water and wastewater monitoring event in the UK

The organiser of WWEM has opened registration for the 11th edition of the UK’s largest water and wastewater monitoring event.

WWEM 2024 is set to unfold on 9th and 10th October at its new location at the NEC in Birmingham. 

An essential gathering for anyone involved in the monitoring, analysis, and treatment of water and wastewater, WWEM 2024 promises an unparalleled showcase of over 200 of the sector’s major manufacturers and suppliers, offering the latest in instruments, services and technologies.

Alongside the conference, visitors will receive free access to over 100 hours of technical workshops and expert-led presentations that will address all of the industry’s most pressing challenges around regulation, compliance, technology and implementation.

Attendees will gain valuable insights into process monitoring, laboratory analysis, MCERTS, data management, smart water technologies, online monitoring, the Internet of Things (IoT), field and portable testing, along with the chance to network with many of the key decision-makers in their field in the space of just two days.

All visitors to WWEM 2024 have full access to the UK’s largest air quality and emissions monitoring event, AQE 2024. These co-hosted events offer a unique chance to get a comprehensive perspective on the future of environmental monitoring. If you’re interested in attending or exhibiting at WWEM 2024, visit the event’s website to get all the information you need: https://www.ilmexhibitions.com/wwem/




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