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E-NEWS

Chartered Institution of Water and
Environmental Management (CIWEM)

106-109 Saffron Hill, London, EC1N 8QS  
Tel: 020 7831 3110   Fax: 020 7405 4967
 

CIWEM Conferences and Events

2015-02-01T00:00:00 : 2015-02-28T00:00:00
  • CIWEM Online Training Units Start Date

    CIWEM Offers 10 online units:

    Each 24 hour equivalent unit runs over a period of 15 weeks and each 8 hour equivalent unit runs over 5 weeks. You will need to devote 2.5-3.5 hours per week as you work through each one - the precise time will depend on your prior knowledge and your depth of interest in the different topics being covered. Each unit is free-standing and can be taken either individually or in any sequence.

     

    Tags: Training and Workshops,National
  • Municipal Waste Water Treatment Online CPD Unit

    Provisional start date for the  Municipal Waste Water Treatment  online CPD unit.

    Unit runs for 15 weeks online.

    Tags: Training and Workshops
  • Calculations Online CPD Unit

    Provisional start date for the  Calculations online CPD unit.

    Tags: Training and Workshops
  • Disinfection of Water and Wastewaters Online CPD Unit

    Provisional start date for the  Disinfection online CPD unit.

    Tags: Training and Workshops
  • Anaerobic Digestion Online CPD Unit

    Provisional start date for  Anaerobic Digestion  online CPD unit.

    Unit runs for 5 weeks online.

    Tags: Training and Workshops
  • Sludge Treatment and Management Online CPD Unit

    Provisional start date for the  Sludge Treatment and Management  online CPD unit.

    Units runs for 5 weeks online.

    Tags: Training and Workshops
  • Building a Sustainable Business Online CPD Unit

    Provisional start date for the  Building a Sustainable Business  online CPD unit.

    Unit runs for 5 weeks online.

    Tags: Training and Workshops
  • Potable Water Treatment Online CPD Unit

    Provisional start date for the Potable Water Treatment online CPD unit.

    Units runs for 15 weeks online.

    Tags: Training and Workshops
  • Implementing an Environmental Management System Online CPD Unit

    Provisional start date for the Implementing an  Environmental Management System online CPD unit.

    Unit runs for 5 weeks online

    Tags: Training and Workshops
  • Constructed Wetlands Online CPD Unit

    Provisional start date for the  Constructed Wetlands  online CPD unit.

    Units runs for 5 weeks online.

    Tags: Training and Workshops
  • UK Water Industry Introduction

    Provisional start date for the Introduction to the UK Water Industry online CPD unit.

    Tags: Training and Workshops
  • Evening Meeting: Water Scarcity and Drought Management

    17:30 for 18:00 Start
    19:30 Approx.

    Location: Gottmann Room, School of Geography and the Environment, Dyson Perrins Building, Hinshelwood Rd, off South Parks Rd, OX1 3QY

    Date now confirmed. Please note this meeting is on a Tuesday.

    This evening will focus on droughts and how we can manage the risk associated with water scarcity.

    Speakers include:

    Jim Hall (University of Oxford) will give a presentation on the NERC funded multidisciplinary project 'Managing the Risks, Impacts and Uncertainties of drought and water Scarcity' (MaRIUS), which is looking to change the way in which drought is managed in the UK by introducing a risk-based approach.

    http://www.mariusdroughtproject.org/

    Helen Gavin (Atkins) will give a presentation on 2013 reform of the industry 'Code of Practice and Guidance for Water Companies on Water Use Restrictions', which incorporated lessons learned from the 2011-12 drought.

    Nigel Hepworth (Environment Agency) will cover water resources planning and drought planning and the intention to improve and better quantify links between the two.

    For more information please click here

    Event Flyers and Documents

    Tags: Central Southern
  • Designing a 10km Urban Trunk Water Main - The Durdham Down Pipline

    18:00
    20:30

    A joint ICE South West and CIWEM SW branch evening lecture at the University of Bristol as part of the ICE "Almost Everyone's Giude to Engineering" series.

     

    Lecture to be given by Anne-Marie Tuck, a University of Bristol graduate, with over a decade of experience in the water industry with Black & Veatch.

     

    This a free event and will be held in the Pugsley Lecture Theatre at the University of Bristol.

     

    See flyer for more information.

    Event Flyers and Documents

    Tags: South Western
  • Flooding – is the future bright?

    17.00
    19:30

    Joint Meeting with the ICE

    Hannah will set the scene for the direction of flood risk management nationally and set out how Staffordshire County Council are taking forward the Lead Local Flood Authority role in that context. 

    Speaker: Hannah O'Callaghan of Staffordshire County Council

    Venue:   Newton Building, Nottingham Trent University, Burton Street, NG1 4BU

     

    Event Flyers and Documents

    Tags: East Midlands
  • NI Water's PC15 Business Plan

    18:00
    20:00

    malone House, Belfast

    Event Flyers and Documents

    Tags: Northern Ireland
  • Winter Social: Evening Pub Quiz!

    18:00 Doors open, 19:00 Quiz starts promptly
    21:00 Approx.

    Location: Newbury

    Can you beat last year's winners from Ramboll?

    A great opportunity for some local competition amongst colleagues!

    Entries from non members and other CIWEM branches and Groups are welcome.

    Please book your team early to avoid disappointment.

    For more information and to book your place, please click here

     

    Event Flyers and Documents

    Tags: Central Southern
  • UDG Training Day 2015 - Hydraulic Modelling/UDG Code of Practice

    CIWEM's Urban Drainage Group's annual Training Day will build on the successes of previous events. This year, the theme will focus on Hydraulic Modelling.

    Delegates attending will have opportunity to undertake hands-on activities and be involved in discussion groups, testing out delegate's ideas and theories.

    The Training Day is developed around the CIWEM competencies and so those attending will benefit from the day contributing towards CIWEM membership.

    This very successful event is again to be held at Austin Court, Birmingham. This is a prestigious venue next to the International Conference Centre in central Birmingham, easy to find and offers excellent facilities. It is within walking distance of New Street station and parking (pay & display) is available nearby.

    Please download the Flyer below for more information and the Booking Form is also available below for download.

    For any other enquiries, please contact Tace Hampson

    Event Flyers and Documents

    Tags: Urban Drainage Group,National
  • Derby Wind Turbines

    17.30
    20.00

    A Technical Presentation by Martin Dent and Jon Beeson of Severn Trent Water Limited

    Severn Trent has a target to produce 30% of its electricity needs from renewable sources by 2015. This presentation explains why renewable energy is so important to STW's business & how this helps their customers. The presentation will also provide details on the various renewable energy technologies introduced & will explain the complexities involved with their planning, construction & operational elements of their wind turbine developments within the East Midlands region.

    Venue:Severn Trent Water Ltd, Endeavour House, Raynesway, Derby, DE21 7BE

    Meeting Sponsor: Severn Trent Water

    Event Flyers and Documents

    Tags: East Midlands,East Midlands NMG
  • Membership workshop/applications surgery

    18:00

    Venue: Glasgow

    Event Flyers and Documents

    Tags: Scottish
  • The Value of Intelligence in the Wastewater Network

    This event is now fully booked. Please contact events@ciwem.org to add your name to the waiting list.


    Seminar & Debate, 106 to 109 Saffron Hill, London

    ProgrammeVenue | Booking Fees | Sponsorship

     

    In association with the CIWEM Wastewater Management Panel and supported by the CIWEM Urban Drainage Group.

     

    Kindly sponsored by:     
     Mouchel TinyRPS 2015  Detectronic  

     

    Supported by:

     SBWWI_Small

     

    A number of water and sewerage companies are actively looking at adding "intelligence" into the Wastewater Network. This CIWEM-led event will identify the drivers and regulations relating to the Wastewater Network and discuss the application of technological solutions to challenges being faced by water and sewerage companies. It will showcase examples from Europe where "Smart" Wastewater Networks are already in use, and identify how experience gained in these cases may be applied in the UK.

     

    This event will…

    • Highlight why there is a progression towards more intelligent Wastewater Networks
    • Show how developing "Smart" Wastewater Networks will deliver immediate and long-term benefits for your company
    • Explain the technologies that are available to water companies and how they have been deployed elsewhere
    • Demonstrate how the water industry can integrate with the wider concept of the Smart City

     

    Why attend?

    • Ensure you are up-to-date with the latest developments in this important area
    • Develop your thinking in advance of PR19 around the benefits of "Smart" Wastewater Networks programmes
    • Network with other suppliers and professionals in the sector who have experience in development of intelligent networks

     

    Who should attend?

    • Water and process industries
    • Sensor, monitoring and instrumentation manufacturers
    • Distributers
    • Water and wastewater managers
    • Regulators
    • Decision-makers
    • Consultants involved with delivery of schemes
    • Stakeholders and NGOs
    • Academics
    • Customer groups
    • Water companies

     

    This event has received the approval of The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management and will contribute to your CPD.

     

    Contact Us

    General enquiries:  events@ciwem.org

    For more information on sponsoring the event: katerina@ciwem.org


    Tags: National
  • New Members Evening

    Jenny Dyer from CIWEM and Andrew Ogden, an experienced professional reviewer, will lead an informal discussion on the benefits of CIWEM membership and provide advice to people in all stages of the application

    Tags: South Eastern
  • Developments in the Field of Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems(SUDS) in Ireland and Internationally

    18.30

    LECTURE NOTICE

    Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems - How do We respond to A Change in Emphasis?

    Presented by: Diarmuid Cahalane

    Venue: Engineers Ireland, Clyde Road, Dublin 4

    Time & Date: 6.30 pm Monday 23rd February 2015

     

    Overview

    Sustainable Urban Drainage Schemes (SUDS) have been an integral part of new development for well over a decade. SUDS objectives have evolved over time from simply addressing surface water quantity to include water quality and biodiversity/amenity benefits. However, SUDS practitioners, planning authorities and policy makers have been slow to respond to this expanding role for SUDS in new development. There is an increasing requirement for integration of SUDS into the overall development scheme and for SUDS which are selected with specific reference to the characteristics of a site.

    SUDS retrofitting has proved beneficial in existing urban areas in North America and Australia and is now being promoted by the UK Water Authorities. The potential for improvements in combined surface water overflow compliance through SUDS retrofitting is significant and will be discussed.

    The speaker will review the evolution of SUDS, including recent international developments. He will consider the policy framework in Ireland and the need for a coherent national policy on SUDS. He will advise on available guidance documents for designers of SUDS.  He will comment on the validity of concerns which hamper the more widespread adoption of above ground SUDS and he will touch on SUDS innovations and public information campaigns such as "Green Streets" in the UK and "10,000 Rain Gardens" in Melbourne Australia.

     

    Speaker:

    Diarmuid Cahalane is a Chartered Member of CIWEM and Engineers Ireland. He is an Associate with T.J. O'Connor & Associates. He has been responsible for the appraisal of suitable SuDS solutions and in the detailed design of such schemes ranging in size from small housing schemes to large commercial, mixed use and the very large multi-unit residential developments.    

     

    ENQUIRIES TO

     

    CIWEM Members

    EI Members

    name

    Jim Oliver

    Eoin Cullinane

    e-mail

    joliver@nodwyer.com

    ECullinane@nodwyer.com

    phone

    01 2969000

    01 2969000

     

     

    Event Flyers and Documents

    Tags: Republic of Ireland
  • Leakage Management

    17:45
    20:00

    Haweswater Conference Centre, Lingley Mere, Warrington, WA5 3LP

    An opportunity to explore challenges and development work in the technical field of water networks and leakage, focusing on innovation in order to meet the challenge of the economic times.

    Programme Outline

    5:45pm Registration and Refreshments

    6:00pm Welcome

    6.05pm Allan Lambert, Water Loss Research & Analysis Ltd and Stuart Trow, Water Industry Commission for Scotland - Leakage Management Practices in Europe and the UK.

    6.40pm Andy Harford, Atkins - Improving Water Network Performance through Pressure Optimisation.

    7.15pm Clare Bullen, United Utilities - West Cumbria Leakage Management: A Case Study.

    7:50pm Questions

    8.00pm Close


    General Information

    • CIWEM members are welcome to invite guests to this event.
    • Please confirm your attendance at this event by using the online booking service.
    • Registration acknowledgements will not be issued unless requested.
    • This is a FREE event. CPD certificates will be issued to those who require one.
    • A location map and directions for the Mereside Conference Centre can be found on the attached flyer.
    • On arrival please can attendees report to Haweswater House Reception.

     

    Event Flyers and Documents

    Tags: North Western and North Wales
  • Environmental debate - on a hot topic

    18:00

    Venue: Dundee

    Tags: Scottish
  • Dr Jenkins Competition

    17.30
    21.00

    Dr Jenkins memorial Competition is for young authors based in the East and West Midlands.

    The competition aims to encourage young presenters and provide a platform to showcase and share their understanding, involvement or innovations in any topic within the field of water and environment.

    The Judges have selected four candidates who are to present their papers.

    Venue: Sir Frank Gibb Building; Design Studion RT/0/029; Loughborough University - confirmed

    Event Flyers and Documents

    Tags: East Midlands,West Midlands,West Midlands NMG,East Midlands NMG
  • Inspire a Generation broadcast - sorry - cancelled

    16:30
    18:15

    Inspire a Generation broadcast - sorry - cancelled.

    Next one: 18th March

    Tags: East Anglia
  • Water and Environmental Management Developments in the Thames Estuary

    18:00

    Time:              18:00 - for 18:20

    Venue:            Lecture Theatre G6, UCL Institute of Archaeology, UC L, London, WC1H 0PY

    Event Flyers and Documents

    Tags: Metropolitan