Ireland Water Conference

Ireland’s largest water event bringing key stakeholders together to address the economic, regulatory and environmental challenges facing the sector.

Apr 25, 2018
Target groups: skilled tradesmen, engineers, technicians, decision makers, professionals in water management
Category: Conference


Meeting the stringent water and environmental quality regulations, and attaining essential EU standards, will require the whole sector to develop new ways of working in partnership, adapting to the recently adopted centrally funded model, and continuing to address the legacy issues stemming from the previous fragmented structure. The ever-increasing impact of climate change means there is a need to beef-up flooding mitigation plans, whilst the impact of the UK’s departure from Europe could have significant impacts across the sector, and much wider for the Irish economy.

The seventh annual Ireland Water Conference seeks to answer these critical questions and set out a roadmap for the sector to continue its development towards a mature, national utility set up which provides a top-level service to all of its customers. An array of expert speakers will be on hand to update you on the evolving policy landscape, and explain how Irish Water, policy makers, and the supply chain are seizing and creating the opportunities this new landscape is presenting.

Why you should attend:

  • Gain insight into the CRU's regulatory vision for the Irish water sector

  • Hear key police updates and learn about the infrastructure investment priorities in Ireland

  • Discover the innovative solutions to environmental protecion, drinking water quality improvement and flood risk management being adopted

Red Cow Moran Hotel
Naas Road
22YX80 Dublin
Target language English


Faversham House Ltd

East Grinstead House, Wood St

RH19 1UZ East Grindstead West Sussex

United Kingdom


+44 1342 332 000



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