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Meet Senior Executives From International Water Utilities:

  • CEOs
  • Managing Directors
  • Leakage Development Managers
  • Distribution Managers
  • Leakage Managers
  • Leakage Team Leaders
  • Network Leakage Managers
  • Network Managers
  • Regulation Managers
  • Leakage Engineers
  • Leakage Controllers
  • Operations Directors
  • Heads Of Research & Development
  • Leakage Strategy / Leakage Development Managers
  • Chief Engineers
  • Engineering Directors
  • Civil Engineers
  • Senior Manager Distribution Operations
  • Senior Water Engineers
  • Distribution Systems Managers
  • Directors, Water Distribution
  • Heads Of Water Supply
  • Pipeline Management
  • Maintenance
  • Chief Data Officer
  • Head of Data Factory

Plus Service & Solution Providers In The Following Areas:

  • Leak Detection Equipment
  • Leak Detection Contractors
  • Pipe Location Specialists
  • Pipe Material Providers
  • GIS
  • Network Modelling
  • Data Management
  • Meter Suppliers
  • Valve Suppliers
  • Pump Suppliers
  • Pressure Reduction Valves
  • Data loggers
  • Satellite technology for asset location and management
  • Thermal imaging/radar technologies
  • Pipe Inspection and condition assessment (External/internal)
  • Acoustic noise loggers
  • Flow meters (full bore/insertion)
  • Customer meters and meter readers
  • Excavation and trenchless technology
  • Pipe repair technologies (internal/external)

The World's Premier Water Leakage Summit Returns to London Live and Online For Its 12th Year In July 2022

Globally, acknowledgement of the environment’s importance is becoming much greater – and sustaining water supplies and reducing leakage is very much a part of environmental improvement. 

Following the global shutdown of live events in 2020 and most of 2021, the Global Leakage Summit returns to London as a LIVE and ONLINE event in July 2022.  Now in its 12th year, the 2022 Summit will, as always, focus on latest advances in technology and software for data analysis, featuring the most innovative and successful examples of delivering and maintaining reduced leakage levels across the world.


A TWIN-TRACK APPROACH by UK regulators (RAPID) to implement investment in infrastructure. The reduction of leakage and carbon in water industry operations is inextricably linked with resource management and environmental protection.  Together with investment in infrastructure, a ‘twin track’ approach on water resources and demand management, and collaboration between regulators, will help to reduce leakage and meet carbon reduction goals

The UK water industry is the first industrial sector in the UK, and one of the first major sectors in the world, to commit to a carbon zero future by 2030. The goal forms part of the industry’s Public Interest Commitment (PIC), with the carbon zero goal one of five stretching social and environmental ambitions.  Can hydrogen be used as an alternative fuel for carrying out network operations contribute to the net zero carbon goal?


If water companies are to get anywhere near to achieving zero leakage, they have to solve this perennial issue - ‘lifting the veil from background leakage’.

  • How understanding the finer points of background leakage can help achieve targets
  • How, with state of the art monitoring software to identify and quantify it, this is fast becoming a reality


The design and installation of new water mains is critical for avoiding future leaks. Installation - and managing the quality of installation - is one of the 'prevention' planks of 'PALM' (prevent, be aware, locate and mend). But are the industry standards being followed, and are state of the aret pipe installation and repair strategies lacking in this age of smart networks?


Smart networks are getting smarter - and operator skills are changing - to meet smarter and faster technologies and software for data collection, data communication and data analysis – but can we continue to expand the potential – and are we maintaining the benefits achieved?

Incubating new ways of working through embedding innovation alongside operational teams, aiming to speed up the innovation process, 'enable a workforce of the future' and to build the water company of the future today



The World-Leading Forum for Leakage Management...

...Now In Its 12th Edition And Established As A Brand Leader -
For Water Company Practitioners To Exchange Information on Topical Case Studies And Learn About Best Practice Technologies For Assessing, Monitoring And Reducing Leakage In Their Networks


  • Seizing Opportunities - effects of lockdown, effect on customer consumptions & commercial use
  • Sharing Ideas & Experiences - collaboration and synergies
  • Ofwat's Innovation Fund - progress & collaborative projects
  • Leakage And The Wider Environment a twin-track approach to water resource sustainability and leakage reduction
  • Enabling A Workforce Of The Future - Case Studies from two UK water companies 
  • Achieving Zero Leakage - examining the latest thinking on technologies for preventing leaks
  • Net Zero Carbon By 2030?   UK water industry target to significantly reduce the carbon and energy used by the sector
  • Better Infrastructure For Leak Prevention -  what industry standards are already in place and what needs to be improved?

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