WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Meet Senior Executives From International Water Utilities:
- 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
- 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
- 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 13th Year In September 2023
THE 13th GLOBAL LEAKAGE SUMMIT RETURNS
TO LONDON ON 5-6 SEPTEMBER 2023
With leakage uppermost in our minds at this time of excessive temperatures, global drought and water scarcity, there is no topic more timely at this moment than leakage from our water networks.
And, with climate change having a very real influence on how we manage our networks – and how we keep up with customer demand - there is no better time to be thinking ahead to the 2023 Summit!
Building on the popularity of the long awaited 12th Global Leakage Summit in July this year, we are already doing just that. The 2023 Summit - the 13th in the series – will be taking place on 5-6 September 2023, with pre-conference workshops on 4 September, again at the Thistle Hotel (formerly Amba), Marble Arch, London.
We will again be welcoming in-person and online delegates, and inviting water company practitioner speakers to present their case study experiences and innovative technologies, with the agenda reflecting some of the solutions to the problems and limitations of today’s global water industry.
Our sponsors and exhibitors will, as always, represent the best of the industry’s supply chain providers, and delegates will be able to benefit from visiting an exhibition hall showcasing the latest in state of the art technologies, software and services.
The Global Leakage Summit is now a well established brand, recognised as a world leading event for this speciality sector, publicising the ‘hot topics’ of the day - and disseminating experiences and solutions to addressing them - to water industry practitioners across the globe.
Don’t miss the 2023 Summit – make 4-6 September 2023 a diary date now!
The World-Leading Forum for Leakage Management...
...This Congress Is Now 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?