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An introduction to Water Recycling Technology

Kent Environmental CPD Network

Wednesday, 8 February 2017 from 17:30 to 19:00 (GMT)

An introduction to Water Recycling Technology

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This seminar runs as part of the KECN presentation series and looks at water recycling sytems. The presentation was cancelled in December 2016 and has been rearranged for February 2016 - we apologise for any incovenience caused.


Water is increasingly recognised as the next big global environmental challenge. With security of supply a growing issue, incorporating water sustainability into our built environment can contribute massively to addressing water scarcity issues. Utilising systems and technologies that reuse various forms of water will specifically support this aim by reducing reliance on our local water sources.

The seminar provides a fantastic opportunity to learn more about why and where water recycling systems should be used and are considered particularly useful for engineering contractors, consultants, architects and commercial water end users. Further information regarding system components and best practice will be gained as well as a wider understanding of both rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling.

Our bespoke systems have achieved water savings and water cost reductions of up to 50% for existing partners. By embracing an tailored approach to water recycling we have become renowned for our design expertise within this area and are confident the seminar will prove a worthwhile experience for your organisation. 

This CPD presentation will last for approximately an hour. There will be time for questions and discussions at the end.

The agenda for the seminar is outlined below. 

  • Why it’s important to consider reusing water when designing/constructing our built environment
  • The key factors to ensure successful incorporation of these systems, including legislative requirements
  • The common components of existing systems on the market
  • A deeper understanding of greywater and rainwater technology
  • Other/bespoke potential for reusing water
  • Available allowances/support for incorporating water reuse systems

The seminar will be led by Waterscan;

Waterscan has been providing specialist water management solutions to a broad range of customers since 1994.  Working with our clients identifying inefficient use of water and to offer bespoke strategic solutions to reduce their water cost and radically improve efficiency to preserve this precious natural resource.

It will be held at Herrington Consulting's offices, which is wheelchair accessible and parking will be available.

Refreshments will be available, please inform us of any dietary requirements. 

We look forward to seeing you there!!

If you have any questions, please contact: or 01227 833855 (ask for Dominic)

Do you have questions about An introduction to Water Recycling Technology? Contact Kent Environmental CPD Network

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Herrington Consulting Ltd
Unit 6-7 Barham Business Park
Elham Valley Road
CT4 6DQ Barham
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 8 February 2017 from 17:30 to 19:00 (GMT)

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Kent Environmental CPD Network

Kent Environmental CPD Network runs a monthly presentation series covering a wide range of topics within the Environmental sector. We aim to share CPD opportunities in our local area and provide a medium in which local developers, local authority, consultants, and architects can strengthen their professional network. KECN runs in association with Herrington Consutling Ltd. 

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