European Waste Water Management Conference



Europe’s leading wastewater conference sharing operational experience and practical solutions.

Conference Sponsor

14-15 July 2020,  The Hilton Metropole Birmingham, UK


The European Waste Water Management (EWWM) conference considers all aspects of the wastewater treatment cycle from the sewer to discharge of final effluent and the impacts on receiving watercourses.

The event provides a forum to network with over 270 wastewater professionals and discuss the needs of the European water industry. The programme showcases the latest innovations, best practice, cutting edge technology and research in the wastewater sector.

We are now inviting abstracts for this conference – find out more…

*** Extended deadline for abstracts Monday 3rd February ***

Why Attend? 

– Network with over 270 wastewater professionals from around the world – view the 2019 attendee list
– Get insights from industry experts
– Discuss some of the emerging challenges facing the water industry
– Learn about the latest innovations and novel technologies
– Access the exhibition of 30 companies showcasing their key products and services


This event is CPD accredited by The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental ManagementCPD Accredited by CIWEM

Programme Steering Committee Sponsorship & Exhibition

Hilton Birmingham Metropole


14-15 July 2020

  • “I attended the recent European Waste Water Management Conference at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole. From start to finish the presentations were of the highest quality, demonstrating some great examples of science and innovation, tackling the big challenges in the global water sector. The rich diversity of the attendees over the two days also made the conference a fantastic networking opportunity as well as being able to see the latest technology on display.”

    Steve Kaye, Chief Executive, UKWIR

    ‘Great chance to meet folks from other water companies and suppliers, do a bit of knowledge exchange, find out what else is going on in the industry and see what learnings I can bring back.’

    WW Resilience and Regional Strategy Team Leader, Scottish Water