Two Webinars to Solve Water Scarcity.

By Lyle King By Lyle King

Water scarcity is a major global concern. To discuss how the water industry is combating this crisis through innovation, I’ve rounded-up experts in my network to speak as guest panellists on two new webinars brought to you in association with SmartWaterMagazine.com. Sign up below and get involved.

Innovation Across Municipal Networks

Live 10am (BST), Wednesday 14th October.

I'll be taking about how innovative solutions and technology in municipal water can combat shortage issues with guests:

  • Gordon Rogers (Head of Sustainability at Yorkshire Water)
  • Dragan Savic (CEO at KWR)
  • Simon Ayley (Director of Water & Environment at WRc)

 

This webinar will be fully interactive with polls and Q&As so get involved and signed up. 

Sign up now.

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Innovation Across Industrial Water

Live 2pm (BST) Monday 26th October

I'll be taking about innovation across industrial water with guests:

  • Will Sarni (CEO at Water Foundry)
  • Jon McClean (VP Technology & Innovation at Evoqua)
  • Walid Khoury (former GM/VP Middle East at Danaher Water Quality)

 

This webinar will be fully interactive with polls and Q&As so get involved and signed up. 

Sign up now.

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These webinars are brough to you in association with SmartWaterMagazine.com, which is an online media resource specialized in delivering up-to-date water-related news for the water industry professionals around the world. Smart Water Magazine also releases a Monthly Magazine. Both resources cover up-to-the-minute world news, research, white papers, opinion pieces and analyses on the water and wastewater industry.  

Our main objective is to become the leading online source of international water industry information, emerging as a reliable channel between our clients and their market.

The coverage focuses on areas such as: management of services, public-private partnerships, construction and infrastructure use, research and the development of intelligent technologies, climate change, legislation, new products and service information and cooperation.

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