9:30am - 11:30am




Free to attend


The Water Industry in the UK abstracts 18 billion litres of water every day. Where does that water go? How is the flow through the network monitored? Can this monitoring lead to more efficient usage of water and less wastage? Can this monitoring help the industry meet its aspirational goal for halving freshwater abstraction by 2050?

For the past 40 years the number of flow meters on the water network has grown substantially. It has helped to reduce leakage by a third since the mid-nineties and suppress customer demand. Recent developments in flow monitoring mean water losses can found quicker and pinpointed to specific sectors, properties and even appliances.

This webinar will introduce the methods of flow monitoring used in the water industry and covers an overview of metering, recent research and up to date case studies. It will also include a panel discussion on the future of flow monitoring and questions from the audience.

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CIWEM Welcome and Introduction | Alastair Chisholm, Director of Policy, CIWEM

Water Resources Context | Rob Lawson, Director, Artesia Consulting Ltd & Chair CIWEM Water Resource Panel

Water Distribution and Leakage Context | Stuart Trow, Director, Invenio Systems Ltd

Large Diameter meters | Mikal Willmott, Leakage Analyst, Severn Trent Water

DMA Meters | Andy Godley, Senior Consultant, WRc Plc

Understanding DMA Water Balances | Chris Rees, Leakage Strategy Manager, Welsh Water

Aggregating and Allocating Demand Data | Beth Parker, Welsh Water

Panel discussion + Q&A | Mikal Willmott, Leakage Analyst, Severn Trent Water

Smart Revenue Meters | Andrew Tucker, Demand Reduction Strategy Manager, Thames Water

Plumbing Losses Overview of 2019 UKWIR report | Rosie Squires, Invenio Systems Ltd

Panel discussion + Q&A | Mikal Willmott, Leakage Analyst, Severn Trent Water

Booking and joining information

This event is open to members and non-members of CIWEM.

This webinar will be hosted on the Zoom platform and will be recorded. Please note that registrations will close 24 hours before the event starts. You will receive an email with joining instructions after you have successfully registered for the event. Please make sure you add this event to your calendar, all you need to do is copy the body text of the joining instruction email, go to your Calendar, create a new calendar appointment, set the start and end date and time (19th January 2021 09:30 AM - 11:30 AM GMT), paste the text and click the "Save & Close" button.

If you have any questions about your booking or would like to cancel your attendance, please contact events@ciwem.org

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