20TH ANNUAL

LEAKAGE
CONFERENCE

THURSDAY, 3 OCTOBER 2019


PROGRAMME


8.15am Registration and networking


9.00am

Chair's welcome
Richard Price, Strategic Projects and Network Operations Director, Bristol Water



ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGE


9.05am

Delivering a quantum leap in industry performance: The Water UK Public Interest Commitment for Leakage

Peter Simpson, Chief Executive, Anglian Water Group
Bob Taylor, Chief Executive Officer, Portsmouth Water
Pauline Walsh, Chief Executive Officer, Affinity Water


9.25am

Innovation forum: Industry innovation leaders - what is needed to enable the innovation required to deliver the industry’s leakage reduction ambitions?
Exploring approaches to collaboration, procurement, culture and collective funding

Chair
Jeremy Heath, Innovation Manager, SES Water

Panel
Andrea Gysin, Head of Research, Development and Innovation, Thames Water
Dr Adam Smith, Clean Water Network Strategy Manager, Yorkshire Water
Mike Tennant, Director of Sales and Business Development, HWM
Caroline Wadsworth, Water Innovation Hub Manager, University of Sheffield


10.10am

Skills forum: Workforce resilience for a changing world
Nick Ellins, Chief Executive, Energy & Utility Skills

10.25am

Panel discussion

Chair
Nick Ellins, Chief Executive, Energy & Utility Skills

Panel
James Hargrave, Leakage Delivery Manager, Anglian Water
Paul Horton, Chief Executive Officer, Future Water Association
Mark Smith, Business Development Director, RPS Group



11.00am Networking refreshment break



INNOVATION SOAPBOX CHALLENGE


11.25am

Leveraging AI, IoT and machine learning. What could they deliver for leakage management and reduction? Will they propel leakage management capability to a new level?

Chair
Jeremy Heath, Innovation Manager, SES Water

Panel
Paul Chandler, UK Sales Manager, Gutermann
Steve Gilham, Global Technical Support Manager, Gutermann
Andy Haig, Market Development Manager, IoT Vertical Market Development, Vodafone
Laurie Reynolds, Chief Executive Officer, AquamatiX
Tom Woolley, Business Development Director, HaskoningDHV UK


12.55am

Close of morning session
Richard Price, Strategic Projects and Network Operations Director, Bristol Water



1.00pm Networking lunch break


2.00pm

Afternoon welcome
Richard Price, Strategic Projects and Network Operations Director, Bristol Water



THE DELIVERY CHALLENGE – TECHNICAL AND OPERATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS


2.05pm

Updated guidance for large diameter meter verification
Andy Godley, Senior Consultant – Flow Measurement and Metering, WRc
Mikal Willmott, Improvement Manager, Severn Trent Water


2.25pm

Upstream network losses analysis, reporting and targeting approach with NetConn and Netbase
Peter Crowder, Senior Engineer, Crowder Consulting
Dilraj Dhillon, Director, Crowder Consulting


2.45pm

DMA asset health and mains' condition assessment
Joseph Finn, Area Sales Manager (UK & Ireland), Echologics
Tom Morgan, Principal Engineer (Infrastructure), Atkins
Daniel Woodworth, Network Strategy Manager, SES Water



3.05pm SliDo Voting update and short break


3.15pm

Smart metering and leakage; Impacts and implications
Doug Spencer, Head of Smart Metering, Anglian Water


3.35pm

Benefits of multi-parameter logging

Phil Marsh, Technical Sales Manager, Technolog


3.55pm

Pressure management optimisation – squeezing the last drop!
Frank van der Kleij, Head of Asset Risk and Planning, Bristol Water
Lucy Pocock, Product Support Engineer, Optimatics



UKWIR LEAKAGE PROGRAMME


4.15pm

Current Projects’ update
Andrew Oakes, Network Strategy & Development Manager (Water Network), Thames Water; Leakage Programme Lead, UKWIR


4.30pm

Zero Leakage Project Update
Dennis Dellow, Technical Advisor, UKWIR


4.45pm

Future projects in the pipeline
Jeremy Heath, Innovation Manager, SES Water


4.55pm

Closing remarks
Richard Price, Strategic Projects and Network Operations Director, Bristol Water



5.00pm Conference close





SPEAKERS



Paul Chandler

Paul Chandler
UK Sales Manager
Gutermann

Paul has been in his current role at Gutermann since 2011, and is responsible for all sales and customer support in the UK. Prior to this, he worked for Gutermann Pty in Australia. Paul has spent more than 30 years working in the water and wastewater industry in Europe, Australasia and the Far East, and is a specialist in acoustic leak detection, pressure management and flow monitoring.



Peter Crowder

Peter Crowder
Senior Engineer
Crowder Consulting

Peter is an experienced civil engineer who has worked across a number of disciplines, including structural engineering, land development and the water sector. He joined Crowder Consulting in 2014 and has worked on the Thames Water NetConn project, creating and validating their GIS-based generated schematics for the entire upstream network. He helped establish the process for defining Trunk Main Area tiles across the network for analysis, prioritisation and targeting. Peter also established the Smart Investigation Process for Trunk Main Areas which is invaluable for the analysis, feedback and validation carried out by the leakage detection teams.



Dennis Dellow

Dennis Dellow
Technical Advisor
UKWIR

Dennis has recently retired after 24 years at Northumbrian Water. For most of this period, he was responsible for operational monitoring, control and analysis of the performance of water networks, leakage management, energy management, and networks capital investment planning. He continues to act as Technical Advisor for UKWIR’s Zero Leakage programme, having previously served for 20 years as UKWIR Programme Lead for Leakage. At the 2013 Water Industry Achievement Awards, Dennis received
the award for Outstanding Individual Contribution to the Water Industry, in recognition of his industry-wide work in leakage management.



Dilraj Dhillon

Dilraj Dhillon
Director
Crowder Consulting

Dilraj is a Chartered Water and Environmental Manager and a Chartered Environmentalist with more than 20 years’ experience in the water sector. Dilraj has spent his entire professional career with Crowder Consulting, joining in 1999 as a graduate engineer. He now holds a strategic role as a director within the executive team. He is client director for several UK water operators on a range of water network consultancy contracts and Netbase related projects, and leads teams of engineers, data scientists and field operatives. His specialist areas include hydraulic modelling and network studies, water balance and leakage analysis.



Nick Ellins

Nick Ellins
Chief Executive
Energy & Utility Skills

Nick has more than 25 years’ experience in the utility industry, and previous roles included Deputy Chief Executive of the Consumer Council for Water and Head of Consumer Strategy and policy advisor at Water UK, as well as senior management roles in contracting and manufacturing. Prior to his role at Energy & Utility Skills, Nick was Director of Policy for the Rail Delivery Group and Director of Policy for the Association of Train Operating Companies. He has twice been National President of the Institute of Water, is a Freeman of the City of London, a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Plumbers, an ambassador for Design & Technology and a Fellow of the Institution of Primary Engineers.



Joseph Finn

Joseph Finn
Area Sales Manager
(UK & Ireland)
Echologics

Joe has been working in the water industry for seven years and joined Mueller Water Products in 2018. Having focused on network monitoring and leak detection technology, Joe has an ambition to stimulate the growth of proactive water network management through advanced technologies. With a degree in physics and a PGCE from Nottingham Trent University, Joe is passionate about introducing innovative technologies, such as non-invasive condition assessment, to help the UK water industry improve performance.



Steve Gilham

Steve Gilham
Global Technical Support Manager
Gutermann

In his current role, Steve has direct responsibility for all product-related technical support, and chairs the Gutermann Technical Working Group (TWG). Prior to this, he was Director of Gutermann Inc. in the US. Before joining Gutermann in 2007, he worked for his father’s company, Radcom, where he used his extensive electronic engineering knowledge.



Andy Godley

Andy Godley
Senior Consultant,
Flow Measurement
and Metering
WRc

Andy is WRc’s principal flow measurement specialist with more than 25 years’ experience of flow technologies in clean and wastewater applications. A key theme of his work is meter performance and how that changes with time, installation conditions and other variables. Recently, he has worked on uncertainty models for large meters, and has incorporated them into analysis of flow data in (for example) upstream water balances. He has developed tools for assessing whole-life costs of meters and meter right sizing. Andy manages WRc’s flow test facilities and is an active member of a number of British, European and International Standards committees.



Andrea Gysin

Andrea Gysin
Head of Research,
Development and Innovation
Thames Water

Andrea’s water industry career spans almost 20 years, during which time she has worked in blue chip consultancies, start-up and growth businesses. She joined Thames Water in September 2018 to lead the Research, Development and Innovation team. Prior to joining Thames Water, Andrea was Managing Director, Europe for Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies, a leader in the field of nutrient recycling. Earlier in her career, she launched an innovation programme in the UK water industry that supported technology commercialisation for more than 50 start-up businesses and attracted over £20m venture investment to the sector.



Andy Haig

Andy Haig
Market Development Manager, IoT Vertical Market Development
Vodafone

With a background in electrical engineering and software development, Andy has been working in communication and telemetry systems for more than 30 years. Currently with Vodafone IoT, Andy has been working extensively on metering and other IoT platforms for the utility sector. In recent months, he has focused much of his time on the new possibilities opened up by the deployment of NB-IoT, which is finding application in the metering and telemetry of smart water networks.



James Hargrave

James Hargrave
Leakage Delivery Manager
Anglian Water

James started in the water industry in 1991 and has held various positions, from science and innovation to front-line operational management. He is currently a key stakeholder for leakage innovation, new technology and continuous improvement, and heads Anglian Water’s leakage sensor programme. He is passionate about the water industry and proud of Anglian’s culture of empowerment and innovation, and their commitment to do the best for customers, the environment and future generations.



Jeremy Heath

Jeremy Heath
Innovation Manager
SES Water

Jeremy has more than 25 years’ experience in the water industry, and has a background in mechanical engineering and database applications. He has worked for SES water for 20 years, managing water metering, leakage, GIS, remote working and network services. He has a deep understanding of the problems facing the water industry and also the transformational power of innovative technical solutions. In 2015, he was appointed Innovation Manager at SES Water to promote innovation and ensure that an innovation culture was firmly embedded within the business.



Paul Horton

Paul Horton
Chief Executive Officer
Future Water Association

Paul has more than 25 years’ experience with NGOs, charities and trade organisations across the water and environment sector, including TV, radio, policy and business development. He is focused on driving innovation, skills, collaboration and engagement across the water sector. Paul has been a member of groups and panels with the Engineering Council, UK Government, European Water Association and the EU as part of a group under the Water Framework Directive.



Phil Marsh

Phil Marsh
Technical Sales Manager
Technolog

Phil has worked in innovation, design and technical sales for the last 10 years, starting his career by working on aircraft protection systems in the defence industry before moving to the water industry in 2013. Since then, he has worked at Technolog on a variety of innovation projects with the aim of helping water companies achieve their ODI targets through smart design and solution driven innovation.



Tom Morgan

Tom Morgan
Principal Engineer (Infrastructure)
Atkins

Tom is Principal Engineer at Atkins with 20 years’ industry experience, and currently leads the Network & Drainage Engineering team in Epsom. His primary experience is in the management and technical delivery of water infrastructure projects to cross-sector clients. Tom leads water efficiency related projects, focusing on leakage and how in-house digital applications can improve the operation and performance of potable water systems. His current clients include SES Water, Heathrow Airport and Thames Water.



Andrew Oakes

Andrew Oakes
Network Strategy & Development Manager (Water Network), Thames Water
Leakage Programme Lead, UKWIR

After initially training as a naval architect, Andrew now has more than 25 years’ experience in the water industry. He spent the first 11 years at the Water Research Centre, specialising in water supply and distribution, leakage and economics. Since then, he has worked for Thames Water, where he has been responsible for various aspects of the company’s short- and long-term supply/demand and leakage planning, delivery and reporting. He is now focused on helping the company deliver leakage targets for 2019/20 and define how leakage reductions will be achieved during AMP7 (with a special focus on improving the company’s understanding of customer water use). Andrew is now also the UKWIR Programme Lead for the Core Leakage Programme.



Lucy Pocock

Lucy Pocock
Product Support Engineer
Optimatics

Before joining Optimatics, Lucy worked as a consulting engineer in South Australia on water collection and distribution networks. She now supports new and ongoing applications of Optimizer with utilities and consultants across the UK and Europe. Optimizer is a decision-support platform that uses artificial intelligence and cloud computing in clean and wastewater applications. Lucy is responsible for providing Optimatics customers with on-the-ground technical support.



Richard Price

Richard Price
Strategic Projects and
Network Operations Director
Bristol Water

Richard is a Chartered Civil Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers and Institute of Water. He has more than 25 years of experience in engineering, construction and operations across water and wastewater treatment and infrastructure. He was National Chairman of the Pipeline Industries Guild.



Laurie Reynolds

Laurie Reynolds
Chief Executive Officer
AquamatiX

Laurie spent the first 30 years of his career with Thames Water, where he led the ICA function as Principal Engineer. He is a Chartered Systems Engineer and was responsible for control and automation strategy and projects across the capital programme. He received the 1999 Water Innovation Award for the DMA Project. Working closely with ABB, he designed the original Aquamaster flow and pressure sensor and installed 3000 wireless, battery-powered devices into the distribution network – the first true IOT project in UK water industry. After leaving Thames, he worked as a consultant in process and pumping energy efficiency and the telecoms sector. He returned to water in 2012, when he founded AquamatiX to pioneer the development of industrial IOT in water – WaterWorX is a next generation open SCADA platform that integrates all monitoring and real-time applications throughout the water industry.



Peter Simpson

Peter Simpson
Chief Executive
Anglian Water Group

Peter’s career in the water industry has spanned eight countries, including Regional Director for Europe and South America based in the Czech Republic, and Senior VP based in the USA. He has been Chief Executive of Anglian Water Group since October 2013, and was previously MD of Anglian Water from January 2010 and Chief Operating Officer from 2004. He was Chairman of Water UK in 2012-2013 and is a past president of the Institute of Water. Peter is a member of Cambridge University’s ‘Programme for Sustainability Leadership’ Climate Change Leaders Group. This influences at a national, EU and global level to reduce carbon emissions, and to champion resource efficiency in water, energy and other natural resources. Peter also works with Business in the Community and is part of the BiTC Circular Economy Team. Peter is a Chartered Water and Environmental Manager, a Chartered Scientist and Chartered Environmentalist. In 2016, he was made an Honorary Fellow of the Society of the Environment and an Honorary Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, as well as Companion of the Chartered Management Institute. He holds an MBA from Warwick Business School.



Dr Adam Smith

Dr Adam Smith
Clean Water Network
Strategy Manager
Yorkshire Water

Adam entered the water industry in 2011 with RPS in response to two challenging winters and the subsequent leakage escalation. Adam worked in the regulated and non-regulated water sectors as Data Manager and a member of the Data Science team. In 2016, Adam joined Yorkshire Water as Innovation Programme Manager (Clean), where he focused on developing and informing the business’s smart water network opportunities. In September 2019, Adam moved to the Strategy team, with a key role to embed innovation
within strategy, and drive efficiency and performance improvement.



Dr Adam Smith

Mark Smith
Business Development
Director
RPS Group

Mark is Business Development Director at RPS, having worked in the UK water sector for more than 30 years. He has a deep understanding of industry requirements to ensure the successful delivery of leakage reduction programmes. He is passionate about people’s health, safety and wellbeing and their development and success, and has led several initiatives to improve the overall wellbeing of colleagues, and train and develop RPS’s and its clients’ teams. In a resource-scarce world, Mark understands the industry drive to build asset resilience, and how it’s crucial to build a resilient workforce. He was instrumental in RPS being awarded the CABWI award for training in 2017, and takes great pleasure in the continued development of RPS technical specialists.



Doug Spencer

Doug Spencer
Head of Smart Metering
Anglian Water

A biology graduate, Doug joined Anglian Water in 1991 as a lab technician and spent time in innovation, where he worked on process optimisation and control. By 1996, he had moved to operational water quality as a network scientist. After gaining his MSc and managing strategic science and AMP3 plumbosolvency programmes, Doug moved to leakage in 2006 – initially as West Engineer then in the central management team, delivering consumption monitoring and customer leakage programmes among others. In 2013, he moved to metering as project manager for Smart AMI networks and is now Head of Smart Metering. Doug is a former member and chair of the CIWEM Scientific Group Committee.



Bob Taylor

Bob Taylor
Chief Executive Officer
Portsmouth Water

Portsmouth Water has a 160-year history of providing water services on the south coast of the UK, and today serves a population of around 800,000. The company has a well-established reputation as one of the consistently best performers in the sector at lowest price and is about to embark on the first major reservoir project to be built in the UK since privatisation. Prior to becoming CEO, Bob was Operations Director (Drinking Water Services) for South West Water, part of the FTSE-listed Pennon Group.



Mike Tennant

Mike Tennant
Director of Sales and Business Development
HWM

Mike is a graduate of De Montfort University Leicester, has a diploma in marketing and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing. He has 25 years’ experience in water leakage management – 12 years in export supply and deployment of specialised leakage equipment and, for the past 13 years, as Director of Sales and Business Development at the world-leader in water leakage management equipment, HWM. His responsibilities include specifying design, supply of equipment, and project managing large deployment projects for UK and international water utilities.



Frank van der Kleij

Frank van der Kleij
Head of Asset Risk and Planning
Bristol Water

Frank is a water engineer with a MSc in Rural Engineering from Cranfield University. During more than 20 years in water management at Bristol Water, he has monitored network asset performance, developed and assessed a full range of interventions to manage risk at least cost, and assured the delivery of the five-year investment plan. As a consultant, for Bristol Water Services, Frank has worked on several non-revenue water projects in Central and South-East Asia. He is a Chartered Environmentalist (Cenv), and a committee member for the Institute of Water South West Area.



Caroline Wadsworth

Caroline Wadsworth
Water Innovation Hub Manager
University of Sheffield

Caroline is the Water Innovation Hub Manager for the TWENTY65 research consortium, which brings academia, supply chain, industry, policy makers and regulators together to break down the silos traditionally seen in the industry to facilitate responsible innovation and more resilient water systems. She has worked in environmental and water industries for more than 20 years and has developed and delivered a range of large, international projects involving a wide range of stakeholders. Caroline has a broad working knowledge of the water industry and the challenges it faces, and has developed an extensive network of contacts over the years.



Pauline Walsh

Pauline Walsh
Chief Executive Officer
Affinity Water

Pauline has a BEng (Hons) in mechanical engineering from University College Dublin and an MBA from the International Institute for Management Development in Switzerland. She is an honorary fellow of the Institute of Engineers of Ireland. She has a proven track record in leading transformational changes in large scale operations. She was previously Director of Gas Transmission for National Grid, responsible for building and maintaining the assets of the UK’s high-pressure national gas transmission system. Prior to joining National Grid in 2015, Pauline held senior leadership roles at Ford Motor Company, Philips Electronics, Havells-Sylvania and Fred Olsen. Pauline is a non-executive director at Buccleuch, a business focused on the sustainable economic development of vast land resources and on deploying renewable energy technologies.



Mikal Willmott

Mikal Willmott
Improvement Manager
Severn Trent Water

Mikal joined Severn Trent in 2003 on their graduate scheme. Since then, he has worked on and managed a variety of projects related to reducing water losses and improving the company’s water balance. These include the setting up of accountability zones across the network to better account for and find trunk main leakage, improving the strategic meter verification program, improving estimates of supply pipe leakage, and setting up household and non-household night use monitors. Mikal is currently the Water UK representative on the British Standards Committee, which examines metering within closed pipes using velocity and mass methods.



Daniel Woodworth

Daniel Woodworth
Network Strategy Manager
SES Water

Daniel is a Chartered Engineer with 13 years’ experience in the water industry. Following a graduate position in the Water Networks Team at Atkins, Daniel has worked for SES Water for eight years in various operational roles in leakage and network delivery. In his current role as Network Strategy Manager, Daniel leads a team driving change in the way SES Water manage their network operations, leakage and asset management activities in AMP7. He is responsible for a number of strategic projects aimed at achieving a marked improvement in service in areas such as leakage and network performance. His focus is on developing a sustainable strategy that will deliver real improvements for current and future generations.



Tom Woolley

Tom Woolley
Business Development Director
HaskoningDHV UK

Tom joined Royal HaskoningDHV in 2018 to lead the expansion of its AI-driven technology, Aquasuite, into the UK, North American and Indian markets. With 15 years’ experience within the smart water and intelligent control sector, and before that within international development, Tom has the background, knowledge and experience to articulate the benefits Aquasuite can bring to water utilities and industrial users of water. Aquasuite provides proven digital solutions across the entire urban water cycle, and its highly accurate predictive algorithms are used to provide a virtual operator that efficiently and effectively controls water and wastewater networks and treatment. To date, Aquasuite has been deployed in more than 100 global locations, where it improves performance, maximises resilience, decreases costs and improves customer service.



EXHIBITORS



Aqualogic

Aqualogic have more than four decades of expertise in water demand management. We’ll be presenting the exceptional Trimble Unity software platform, which facilitates collaborative, productive and streamlined client services for utilities and their technology partners. Unity is a smart GIS cloud-based platform developed by Trimble specifically for the water utility sector.

Jonathan Adler
Commercial Director
E jonathana@aqualogic-wc.com
T 0844 324 0844
www.aqualogic-wc.com


Bermad

Bermad is a privately-owned global company that designs, develops and manufactures tailor-made water and flow management solutions, including state-of-the-art hydraulic control valves, air valves and advanced metering solutions. We have 50 years’ experience interacting with major end users and accumulating knowledge and experience in multiple markets and industries. We are recognised for providing customers with the unprecedented operational efficiency, superior quality, durability and performance they need to meet 21st century demands.

Anthony Whittam
Waterworks Sales Manager
E anthony.uk@bermad.com
www.bermad.com


Cla-Val

Cla-Val have been supplying leading pressure management control valve products to the UK water industry for more than 30 years, and have a proven record of precise pressure regulation and reliability. We have developed an autonomous, advanced pressure management system with Inflowmatix, featuring integral valve diagnostics that help customers sustain calm networks and support decision-making around asset maintenance activities. We will demonstrate how micro-powered turbines provide autonomous power to water quality instrumentation with a PRV chamber to support water quality monitoring and pipeline conditioning activities.

David Humphrey
Managing Director
E david@cla-val.co.uk
www.cla-val.co.uk


Crowder Consulting

Crowder Consulting have been at the leading edge of innovative solutions for leakage management for more than 30 years. Our flagship Netbase System and Netbase Digital Services combine expert knowledge with innovative technologies and analytics. Netbase is a data-rich hub that acts as a Digital Twin for water operators’ networks, and provides source-to-tap insights for their water network monitoring, operation, optimisation, management and regulatory reporting. We have developed Netbase to comply with leakage consistency requirements and recommendations in Ofwat’s Delivering Water 2020 report.

Sammie Stocker
Business Administrator 
E samantha.stocker@crowderconsult.co.uk
www.crowderconsult.com


Gutermann

GUTERMANN are global leaders and innovators in intelligent water loss and leak detection technology, and have been specialising in the design, manufacturing and distribution of acoustic leak detection equipment for more than 60 years. We have had great success with the correlating fixed network leak detection system, ZONESCAN ALPHA – there are more than 20,000 measurement points helping customers find and fix leaks in the same day. This year, we have introduced a narrow band Internet of Things logger, which is believed to provide improved reception for underground applications, significantly longer battery life and more reliable connectivity.
www.gutermann-water.com


HWM

HWM is a leading manufacturer of utility monitoring solutions developed to save customers’ water, energy, time and money. Services include the design and manufacture of telemetry equipment, along with installation and data delivery expertise. We have more than 30 years’ experience delivering services to the water, wastewater and gas sectors. Our expertise in communications technology, equipment design and power management is backed up with extensive knowledge of cloud server data delivery systems. This allows us to create a market-leading range of telemetry equipment, and offer a fully integrated data delivery solution.

Jonathan Smith
UK Sales Manager
E jonathan.smith@hwm-water.com
www.hwmglobal.com


Hydrosave

Hydrosave is the UK’s leading pipeline inspection, smart water management and leak detection specialist. We combine the smartest and newest technologies with the best people and operational management to help the UK utility sector achieve excellence. We have developed HydroSEAL® in partnership with water experts Curapipe - a trenchless repair technique that seals all types and sizes of distribution network and customer-side leaks in a single application. HydroSEAL® is approved for use in drinking water under DWI Reg 31.

Stuart Williams
Technical Manager
E swilliams@hydrosave.co.uk
T 07825 438 380
www.hydrosave.co.uk


Mueller

Mueller Water Products is a market-leading manufacturer of products and services for the transmission, distribution and measurement of water globally – including engineered valves, fire hydrants, metering, leak detection and pipe condition assessment. Echologics, an MWP subsidiary, develops and produces water network diagnostic technologies for water loss management, leak detection and pipe condition assessment. Echologics is dedicated to helping water utilities reduce non-revenue water and unnecessary pipe replacement, and helps increase operational efficiencies and prioritise capital spending, while reducing impact on the consumer and the environment.

Joseph Finn
Area Sales Manager
UK & Ireland
E jfinn@muellerwp.com
www.muellerwaterproducts.com


Primayer

Primayer is a world-leading developer, manufacturer and supplier of intelligent technologies for monitoring water networks, reducing the loss of potable water and increasing the provision of water to people. For more than 20 years, we have been supplying advanced, innovative products to water utilities, consultants and contractors worldwide. Primayer helps get water where it is needed without wasting it, and works with others to supply clean water reliably and sustainably.

Kevin Brook
Sales Director
E sales@primayer.com
T +44(0)23 9225 2228
www.primayer.com

France 
E sales@primayer.fr

Asia 
E sales.my@primayer.com


Aquasuite

Royal HaskoningDHV provide world-class smart solutions for the entire man-made water cycle. We have been connecting people for 135 years through our expertise and passion, and have helped contribute to a better society and improved people’s lives. Our Aquasuite smart water platform is a complete software solution for smart monitoring, analytics and overall optimised control of the entire man-made water cycle. We use machine learning and big data to optimise existing control systems to minimise pressure, maximise asset life and reduce leakage, burst frequency, energy consumption and pollution incidents.

Tom Woolley
Business Development Director
E tom.woolley@rhdhv.com
T 0121 709 6548
www.aquasuite.ai


Teccura

Eighteen water companies like yours have found 69.4 Ml/day of unaccounted-for water and 228 litres per second of unreported customer-side bursts with Teccura software. It will cost you less than find and fix, while our new generation of apps make it cheaper, faster and easier to reduce leakage to its lowest level ever. What's more, the benefits you'll get will last for years. Come and have a chat to see if our apps can help you too. 

John Hunt
Head of Sales
E john.hunt@teccura.com
T 020 3883 9429
www.teccura.com


Technolog

Technolog have been supplying complete monitoring and control solutions for water distribution, wastewater collection and gas AMR networks worldwide for nearly 40 years. Products are easily deployed to complement existing SCADA systems, and we are now one of the world’s largest collectors of M2M data with over 400,000 deployments. We operate two data centres in the UK and offer a complete end-to-end data cycle, which facilitates effective network monitoring and is supported by a team of dedicated sales and technical engineers from five UK and two international offices.

Luke Thornton
Business Development Director
T 01629 823611
www.technolog.com


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