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light bulb and water/Design by Sana Sandler / Courtesy Argonne National Laboratory.
 The Waterwise Technical Symposium Series brings together key technical decision makers from water companies, retailers, manufacturers, homebuilders, developers, energy companies, independent consultants and NGOs to discuss innovation and water efficiency.

Next Event

‘Developing the Evidence Base for Water Efficiency’
• Date: 18th May
• Time: 10am - 3.30pm
• Venue: Waterwise (SE1 7TP)

This event will bring together a range of stakeholders with an interest in gaining a better understanding of the costs and benefits of water efficiency, and to disseminate the results from Phase II of Waterwise’s Evidence Base.
The morning session will include speakers on how the Evidence Base is being used, and includes a breakout session on how attendees view the work, who uses it and how it assists them in their organisations.
The afternoon session will focus on the future of the Evidence Base. There will be presentations on current proposals for Phase III and the role of the evidence base in shaping future policy. A second breakout session will gather views on gaps in the Evidence Base, and soliciting priorities for Phase III.

• Outcome: The feedback from this event will be used to draft a scoping document for Phase III of the Evidence Base, which begins this month and will last for three years.

• Cost: There is a charge of £75 for the day with free places given to those water companies which core fund Waterwise.

 
Past Events

Part 3 was held on Friday 10 December in London with the theme 'Financing Water Efficiency'. The write-up and report from the day are coming soon.
Part 2 was held in London in July 2010, with the theme 'Frameworks for delivering water efficiency – how can we build on what we have?' Click here to see the presentations from part 2.
Part 1 was held in London, in October 2009, with the theme 'Innovation and the Water Industry'. Click here to see the presentations from part 1.