Aquabox will again have a presence at this year’s Drinking Water Quality Conference, held at Birmingham in on the 19th September.
Organised by Faversham House, the conference brings together senior staff from the leading water companies, regulators, academics, and solution providers to discuss current and future challenges in maintaining a superior level of drinking water quality. More than 200 water industry professionals are expected at the event.
“We have been at the Drinking Water Quality Conference previously, and came away feeling that we had really made progress,” said Aquabox consultant Kevin Barclay, who manages the charity’s corporate relationships. “The delegates at the conference are focussed closely on the issue of drinking water quality – they immediately understood the significance of the Aquabox filter, and the difference it makes to people living in desperate circumstances. We’re all on the same page – so at this year’s event we will be renewing our efforts to raise the charity’s profile across the UK water industry.”
The Drinking Water Quality Conference is at the Birmingham Conference and Events Centre on September 19. For more information, go to https://event.utilityweek.co.uk/drinking2023