Annual Conference 2018
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The 2018 Annual CWA Conference
"How to Make Better Constructed Wetlands"
Portsmouth University, UK
12-13th September 2018
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***DEADLINE EXTENSION TILL 31st MAY!***
With the overarching theme of ‘How to make better constructed wetlands’, this year's CWA conference will bring together the key stakeholders from the water pollution control community and offers the opportunity to
- Learn more about wetland treatment technology and the ways it can be used in your industry
- Find out about the latest developments in wetland research
- Identify practical ways that organisations can work together
Portsmouth University is recognised for its long history of wetland research and the area offers some ideal opportunities for wetland visits which will be part of the programme.
The city of Portsmouth and the conference venue at Portsmouth University
Day one (12th September) provides an ‘Introduction to Constructed Wetlands’ training session, with informative lectures in the morning followed by an afternoon guided visit to see local wetlands in action and apply the morning’s learnings.
Day two (13th September) will bring delegates up to date with the latest developments in constructed wetlands through presentations sharing the knowledge of leading academics and practitioners in the field of constructed wetlands with the key themes:
- Building partnerships to deliver multiple wetland benefits
- Using natural ecosystems to reduce pollution in river catchments
- New approaches to wetland design.
Conference delegates are all invited to join a social evening on 12th September and attend the CWA Annual Meeting on the afternoon of day 2, where they can have their say in the CWA’s direction, strategy and committee for 2018/19.
Speakers and conference sessions will be announced shortly.
Workshops and site visits at our 2017 conference held at Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Slimbridge
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