Royal HaskoningDHV is pleased to be headline sponsors of this year’s European Wastewater Management (EWWM) Conference and Exhibition. The hybrid conference, which is Europe’s leading wastewater conference sharing operational experience and practical solutions, takes place on 12 and 13 July 2022 at The Hilton Birmingham Metropole, UK. EWWM Conference provides an essential annual update on the latest innovations, best practices, cutting-edge technology and research in the wastewater sector.

Attended by over 200 wastewater professionals, the two days will include many high-quality talks from industry-leading professionals and practitioners, ample networking opportunities for an informal exchange of news and ideas, and building relationships, as well as an exhibition hall showcasing the latest technologies and wastewater services.

As part of the presentation programme, Royal HaskoningDHV will be leading a number of presentations, including:

Hear direct from our speakers

Tuesday 12 July

11:45 ‘Delivering Dynamic Network Management to deliver the ‘wastewater network of the future’’ – RHDHV, Niels Tiemessen, Paul Lavender

14:25 ‘Lessons for Process emissions we can (and must) learn today’ – RHDHV & Jacobs, Ellen Van Voorthuizen and Amanda Lake

14:50 ‘Innovations in new sustainable low TOTEX treatment technologies for micropollutant removal’ – RHDHV, Arnoud de Wilt

16:25 ‘Use locally produced effluent to combat drought: wastewater is an eternal water resource’ – RHDHV, Paul Lavender

Wednesday 13 July

15:25 ‘Optimising Nereda performance at Inverurie’ – RHDHV, Barry Oliver

About Royal HaskoningDHV

Royal HaskoningDHV combines 140 years of engineering heritage with data and software to solve society’s sustainable challenges. The development of an integrated solution – combining knowledge and expertise – with partners and clients, adds value throughout the water ecosystem and offers a shorter path to optimising the value chain.

 

EWWM Conference provides an opportunity to connect with colleagues from across the industry, sharing our experience and practical solutions, from optimising plant performance through to tackling process emissions. 

Paul Lavender

Director Water Utilities UK