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Water Events

Minimising Water Impact on the Built Environment - 2 Dec 15

26/10/2015

A webinar starting at 10.20 jointly organized by the WATEF network, Arup UK and a collaboration of various water companies. Involves a series of presentations by the water companies which discuss minimising water impacts on the built environment. The last date for booking is 1st December, 2015 and there are 98 places available. For more information go to the following link:-

http://www.watefnetwork.co.uk/51-437


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