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* waterwise.gifWaterwise's fifth annual water efficiency conference, part of UNESCO's World Water Day activities, will discuss the future of water efficiency and how to scale it up to ensure thousands of homes across the UK are water efficient. The inaugural networking event will take place at Keble College, Oxford University from 16.00 on Monday 21st March until 16.00 on Tuesday 22nd March 2010.

Delegates will hear from high profile speakers including the Minister for the Marine & Natural Environment, Huw Irranca-Davies MP and Jonathan Porritt, Director of Forum for the Future. Baroness Barbara Young, Member of the Government's Climate Change Adaptation Sub-Committee and former CEO of the Environment Agency will give the keynote speech at the gala dinner.

Other speakers so far confirmed are:

Nick Herbert MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Regina Finn, Chief Executive, OFWAT
Blane Judd, Chief Executive, Chartered Institute of Heating and Plumbing Engineers
Jonson Cox, Chief Executive, Anglian Water
Lord Chris Smith, Chairman, Environment Agency
Pamela Taylor, Chief Executive, Water UK
Philip Sellwood, Chief Executive, Energy Saving Trust
Gaetane Suzenet, Operations Director, Waterwise
The dinner and the drinks reception will provide delegates with a valuable opportunity to network.

The water efficiency exhibition will run alongside the conference and amongst other things will demonstrate new water efficient technologies available for retrofitting water efficiency in the future.

The conference is open to anyone interested in water efficiency and has proved to be a valuable event with many delegates attending year after year. For the full list of speakers and to register visit:

www.waterwise.org.uk

T: 0207 957 4615
F: 0207 957 4613
W: www.waterwise.org.uk

15th January 2010




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