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THE WATEF NETWORK INVITES YOU TO ENTER THE DEBATE ON


"THE REGIONAL APPROACH TO WATER EFFICIENCY"


***PLEASE JOIN US IN GLASGOW FOR THIS FREE WORKSHOP***



TUESDAY 28TH APRIL 2015 at 11.00 HOURS



   
("Clyde Sunrise"  - photo by Adrian Welch - courtesy of Glasgow Architecture)

Venue:    Glasgow Calendonian University, Hamish Wood Building (W308), Cowcaddens Road,
 Glasgow G4 0BA,  click here for campus map

This workshop event aims to open up the debate on how a regional approach to water efficiency can take into account factors such as regional water stress, both from a water company viewpoint and also a customer viewpoint.  Research has shown that a regional approach to water efficiency provides a more robust overall method to address water scarcity and resultant GHG emissions of water supply and treatment.
Our speakers will be presenting different examples along this theme including from an international perspective.  We would urge you to make sure you are on the front bench at this debate.

Agenda and Speakers:

11.00 
Registration and refreshments
11.15
Andy Wilson, Scottish Water "Water Efficient Scotland "
11.30
Rizwan Nawaz, University of Leeds, "Techno-sociological challenges and opportunities for water conservation"
11.45
Alan Crilly, NI Water, "Economics of domestic water efficiency in Northern Ireland"
12.00
Richard Malloy, Ricardo AEA, "Corporate water risk in global supply chains: the role of water efficiency"
12.15 Panel Q&A and close (Chair:  Dr Charles Russell)
12.35
Lunch and networking followed by tour of water laboratories

For further information on the speakers and the event please check out our web page or simply register by clicking on the register button below.



We look forward to meeting you in Glasgow!

Dr Kemi Adeyeye, WATEF Lead
Ms Suzy Armsden, WATEF Administrator