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WETNET technology is based on an innovative low cost flow-meter and control system that enables European water companies to improve greatly their capacity to control distribution networks in detail, cutting energy costs and emissions and making better use of water resources.

WETNET has been designed for flexibility, incremental deployment and size (number of sensors) scalability, co-existence and/or integration with existing measurement and control systems - including communication infrastructures - minimal maintenance during an acceptable operational life time, to be replaceable and have a very low impact at end-of-life. WETNET systems allow fine-grained, precise, timely data collection. They are easy to deploy, as in-pipe sensors can be installed during normal operations, allowing reliable installation also by non-specialized staff. WETNET configured as Software-as-a-Service solution, is especially attractive for small organisations that could benefit from a high degree of control on their distribution networks that would be otherwise impossible.

WETNET Summary

Programme: CIP Eco-innovation - First application and market replication projects

Call Identifier: CIP-EIP-Eco-Innovation-2012 

Project title: Innovative in-pipe hot-tap insertion floW sEnsor plus smarT NETworks enable ecowise pervasive monitoring of water distribution grids

Project Acronym: WETNET

Contract number:  ECO/12/332771 WETNET

Coordinating Beneficiary: B.R.E. Electronics Ltd.- Arena Metato

 San Giuliano Terme (PISA) - IT

Project start: 1st July 2013

Project duration: 3 years

Total Budget: 952.814 € EACI contribution: 476.406 €

The WETNET project is bringing to market an innovative low cost flow-meter and control system to enable the European water companies to improve greatly their capacity to master distribution networks in detail, cutting down energy costs and emissions and making better use of the resource.

The system has been designed to allow flexibility, incremental deployment and size (number of sensors) scalability, co-existence and/or integration with existing measurement and control systems - including communication infrastructures - minimal maintenance during an acceptable operational life time, to be replaceable and have a very low end-of-life impact. WETNET supervisory services allow a wide range of data elaboration and presentations (from simple alerts to simulations and predictions) to support decisions.

The WETNET flow-meter, the communication subsystem (RTU and networking) and supervisory software are conceived to comply with market needs and certification-accreditation requirements and the European Technology Verification.

WETNET Customers

WETNET scalability and flexibility makes it fit for major operators as well as for small municipality services.

Running a network efficiently requires fine-grained, precise, timely data to take decisions based on solid evidence. Until now in-pipe measurement has been treated as exceptional. Very precise, very costly, very difficult to install. Or movable, easy to install and remove, but manned and costly.

When a network is created from scratch a number of solutions can be experimented. Not so when pipes are of different age and type, when networks are managed with different approaches. What is needed is a solution that fits seamlessly in water operators' daily work. Similarly maintenance and replacement must be easy and cheap. Other relevant issues are flexibility, in terms of configuration and resolution, and scalability in terms of degree of delegation and automation. Last but not least comes cost.

Maintenance of water supply networks is also a key factor in water resource conservation, especially when piping networks are very old. When budget fall short for pipe replacement, sustaining or improving supply network efficiency require reducing the leak, which in turn need better monitoring. In addition, to date, at least 11% of the European population and 17% of EU territory have experienced water scarcity-related problems, which makes high leakage rates even more unacceptable.

 

Work programme

WETNET work programme is arranged intol groups of activities:

  • activities for good management of the contract including management that runs along the whole project's life,under the responsibility of the coordinator, BRE; and Dissemination Activities by Ingegnerie Toscane, aiming to spread the main results and facilitate the implementation of the project.

  • activities that substantiate the project's purpose, including upgrading engineering, production, test and maintenance processes and the ETV certification by BRE, and Ingegnerie Toscane.

Business and market development, involving ITG and Bimatik, complete WETNET work programme.

Technical Description

Converting into Smart Water Networks is the key to enable efficient management of potable water systems; which means making knowledge of the underlying physical water network the basis of everyday decision making. Knowledge is obtained through measuring and its quality depends on proper design, deployment, and management of sensor systems, which are critical for achieving appropriate time and space resolution and the level of efficiency and reliability desired.

WETNET technology is based on a patented flow-meter and control system already installed in water distribution networks.

WETNET configurations allow

  • allow wide flexibility, incremental deployment and size scalability, keeping the system worthwhile from 5 to 500 nodes on pipes 50 to 1000 mm DNwith no infrastructure overhead (in case of web monitoring); WETNET allows full or partial co-existence and/or integration with existing measurement and control systems and communication infrastructures keep error within +/- 2.5% on a scale of 0.25-1000 litres/sec or 1-10 bar;

  • installation of the flow-meter insertion probe using standard hot-tap saddles similar to those for water branch connection, meaning that the device can be put into and taken out of the pipe without shutting off pressure, allowing reliable installation by in-house non-specialized staff on pipes ranging from 50 to 1000 mm DN with little or no site preparation;

  • programmable measurements from 1 per sec to 1 per day in a scale from 0.2 to1000 litres/sec with a tolerance within +/- 2.5%:

  • sensors tolerance to pressure bursts up to 16 bars if immersed;

  • external operating temperatures allowed between -20°C to +60°C;

  • direct linkability to other systems via MODBUS and upper level XML-based protocols;

  • require little or no maintenance (MTBF > 3 years) during an acceptable operational life time (> 5 years), is replaceable and have a very low end-of-life impact;

  • open elaboration capability.

WETNET RTUs perform local data storage and unit conversion.

WETNET Supervisory Services software is capable of configuration and test functions, web based monitoring in standalone mode, interface with ProGea MOVICON SCADA (and others SCADA), asynchronous import/export of data sets. It allows also a wide range of data elaboration and presentations (from simple alerts to simulations and predictions) to support decisions.

Moreover all functions may be accessed also through SaaS (Software as a Service) delivery model. WETNET in SaaS model (WETNET in the cloud) is especially attractive for small organisations that could benefit from a high level of control on their networks otherwise impossible.  

WETNET for other industries

WETNET addresses also pressurized networks in agriculture and processing industry.

In agriculture, for irrigation over large areas, it is important to keep under precise control the performance of the networks to ensure that all lands receive the right quantitative of water for which energy have been spent for pumping.

In processing industry WETNET bring low cost monitoring in response to the rising costs of water and energy: a true solution for pulp, textile , chemical and leather industries.  

Objective & results

The WETNET project brings to market an innovative low cost flow-meter and control system that enables European water companies to improve greatly their capacity to master distribution networks in detail, cutting down energy costs and emissions and making better use of water.

WETNET is going to:

  • implement a full configuration system in Pisa (IT), monitoring the entire distribution network cutting down energy needs and emissions by 843 MWh and 337 tons of CO2, saving 2.3 billion litres of water each year.

  • be supported and distributed throughout Europe starting from Italy, Spain and Portugal.

WETNET for the Environment

WETNET benefits the environment

  • reducing Greenhouse gas emissions

  • cutting water consumption

  • cutting energy consumption

Below you find the figures of the environmental benefit of the WETNET showcase in Pisa.

The system pumps 7,884,000 cubic meters (m3) per year to a prevalence of 12m at 0.357 KWh/m3 accounting for 2,810,695 KWh/year and 1125.12 TCO2/year (400,3 gCO2/kWh data by ISPRA). Leakages computed by calibrated throughput balance account for 75 litre/sec (2,365,200 m3/year). With 50 flow-meters in place. the network monitoring is enough fine-grained to allow precise and timely spotting of leakages.

Reduced water consumption is 2,365,200 m3/year curbing energy demand by 843,209 KWh/year cutting 337.53 TCO2/year (-30% change to baseline).

B.R.E. Elettronica

B.R.E. Elettronica Ltd is a highly specialized SMEs. Since its foundation (1979) it has been designing, producing, installing and maintaining high-reliability remote sensing devices for traffic control, public service facilities, meteorology, agriculture.

B.R.E. Elettronica main products include measurement systems (probes and sensors, transducers, interfaces, signal converters, data logger); data transmission (wired and wireless); embedded systems and integrated systems for acquisition, processing, representation and control (SCADA - supervisory control and data acquisition).

B.R.E. Elettronica is obtaining important achievements in several relevant areas:

  • Water distribution (Control and Automation of wells and tanks, control of water sources, control and automation of water supply networks, river water level control)

  • Treatment (Control of purifiers, control of water lifting units)

  • Energy (Pumping stations and gas distribution Heating Plants, Hydroelectric power plants, systems for energy recovery)

  • Management (Traffic Control and management of traffic lights, remote control of vehicular underpasses, public lighting)

  • Control and Automation of radio link for data and voice transmissions

From 2009 to 2011 B.R.E. Elettronica developed and tested on field a prototype of a flow sensor in collaboration with Ingegnerie Toscane, one of its main customer, and submitted a patent request ("Dispositivo per misurare la portata di un fluido" CCIAA Pisa 31/12/2010 – nr. PI2010A000145).

Ingegnerie Toscane

Ingegnerie Toscane Ltd. was founded in 2010 as a result of the merger between two major Italian engineering companies - Acque Ingegneria Ltd. and Publiacqua Ingegneria Ltd.

Ingegnerie Toscane has extensive experience in the design, control, optimisation of distribution networks and runs the modelling and leakage search department of Acque (Pisa) and Publiacqua (Firenze) and Acquedotto del Fiora (Grosseto) - Tuscany Region, IT - delivering engineering services to water distribution industries serving more than 2 millions people.

Ingegnerie Toscane performs a number of services related to the management of the integrated water cycle: consultancy for design, construction, management and marketing of infrastructure and equipments; engineering, planning, design, and construction management, supervision of contracts and testing.

It is also engaged in the activity of acquisition, maintenance, implementation and management of information systems, geographic information system and remote control systems.

The company was an associate partner of two important EU LIFE projects: the WIZ Project – LIFE 09 ENV/IT/000056 – WaterIZe spatial planning: encompass future drinkwater management conditions to adapt to climate change (2010-2013) and the ASAP Project – LIFE 06 ENV/IT/000255 – Actions for Systemic Aquifer Protection (2006-2009) with a technical and engineering role.

Bimatik

Bimatik Sas is a young and dynamic SME founded in 2008 and taking advantage of the long running experience in the distribution of water and gas sector of its founder, Mr Enrico Stefano Bertocchi. Bimatik integrates advanced solutions in telemetry, remote control, flow measurement, leak detection, and provides technical and regulatory support for activities of cathodic protection, water and sewer network modelling, calibration models.

Bimatik has a sales network in Italy and has distribution agreements with Italian and European suppliers.Bimatik is active in the Italian and Eastern Mediterranean and Balkan countries and will contribute to the partnership mainly developing marketing and sales actions in this direction with the goal of finding distributors capable of developing national sales structures and post-sale services.

Instituto Tecnológico de Galicia - ITG

Fundación Instituto Tecnológico de Galicia is a private not for profit foundation that was set up in 1991 by the Architects, Civil Engineers and Industrial Engineers Associations of Galicia.

It was declared of Galician interest by the Regional Government on June 18th, 1991. Besides the three founding members other entities constitute the Board of the Foundation: Mining Engineers’ Assoc., Galician Technical Industrial Engineers’ Council, Naval and Oceanic Engineers’ Assoc.; Galician Businessmen Confederation, the Research Vice-rectors of A Coruña, Vigo and Santiago de Compostela universities.

ITG is recognized as a technology center for the Ministry of Economic and Competitiveness of the Spain Government (registration number 115) and, in addition, has an Office for Research Results Transfer, recognized by the same national authority (Registration Number 153).

ITG is member of the Spanish Federation of Innovation and Technology Entities (FEDIT), Spanish Quality Association (AEC), Galician Quality Association (AGAC), Construction Data Base Interchange Standard Format National Association (FIEBDC), and founding member of Spanish Value Management Association (FEGEVA).

ITG also participates in many standardization and certification committees of AENOR. ITG belongs of several Nationals Technological Platforms such us INES (Software) ICT for building (“Hogar Digital”). ITG has been designate by BRE Global Ltd. to adapt and manage BREEAM, the world’s leading building sustainability assessment and certification methodology.

ITG’s Training Area has been providing different kind of technical subjects related with Environment, such as “Engineering and Environmental Management Course” and “Master Degree in Quality and Environmental Management”.

Being actively involved in the modelling of water grids (with municipalities and provinces in Galicia) on one side and in the distribution and maintenance of remote sensing devices for application in agriculture, ITG has the perfect mix of sales competencies, sectoral engineering knowledge and organisational sales and post-sale capacity for supporting and servicing WETNET in Spain and Portugal.

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Pisa April-May 2016 - The ETV verification procedures of the WETNET technology entered the final stages!

The ETV verification procedures of the WETNET technology entered the final stages: a fundamental step for the partnership that enters the market with an innovative product. 

The primary goal of ETV is to provide independent and credible information on new environmental technologies, by verifying that performance claims put forward by technology developers and vendors are complete, fair and based on reliable test results.

The confirmed performance claim is presented in a form of a Statement of Verification which can be used by the vendor or manufacturer in their marketing efforts and helpbuilding a trustworthy business relationship with potential customers and investors.

RINA, is the inspection company - already accredited for the ISO/IEC standard 17020 and that obtained from ACCREDIA the extension of the accreditation to the EU ETV pilot programme also for the Water treatment and monitoring technology areas is following Wetnet since the very start of the Project.

 

 

La visita di RINA al Test Rig di WETNET presso BRELa visita di RINA al Test Rig di WETNET presso BRE
La visita di RINA al Test Rig di WETNET presso BRE 
  

 

Pisa, 13-15 April 2016: three days of intense training activities for Spanish colleagues! 

There were three days of very intense work for the staff of the "Área de Tecnologías del Agua" of the Spanish Instituto Tecnológico de Galicia - composed by the engineers Vanessa Ros Candeira and Lucía Garabato Gándara - those spent in Pisa between 13 and 15 April 2016.

The technical and commercial meetings have included training activities on the field and visits to manufacturing  and testing facilities at BRE Elettronica, as well as a working session with the experts of the "Wetnet Supervisory Services" of Ingegnerie Toscane and about the use of Wetnet help-desk services.

The visit ended with a confrontation with Nu Generation, responsible for the sale support of the project.

Vanessa Ros Candeira e Lucía Garabato Gándara di ITG con i colleghi di BRE ElettronicaVanessa Ros Candeira e Lucía Garabato Gándara di ITG con i colleghi di BRE Elettronica
Vanessa Ros Candeira e Lucía Garabato Gándara di ITG con i colleghi di BRE ElettronicaVanessa Ros Candeira e Lucía Garabato Gándara di ITG con i colleghi di BRE Elettronica
Vanessa Ros Candeira e Lucía Garabato Gándara di ITGVanessa Ros Candeira e Lucía Garabato Gándara di ITG con i colleghi di BRE Elettronica

 

Pisa, 31st March 2016 - VI Steering Committee of the WETNET Project in Italy


The meeting was mainly devoted to the discussion about the tasks to be completed during the next 3 months before project's end and about verification of financial issues, as agreed at the end of last year.


Particular emphasis was given to the results of the environmental improvements achieved by the project  (indicators on water and energy savings) with a first major analysis through the WSS and the positive feedback from the test site in Pisa. It is expected that the ETV verification will confirm this trend at the end of April.  

As much attention was paid both to sensor's production and commercial results. The partners shared the need to organize at least two targeted meetings with potential clients (both in Spain and in Italy) - in May and June - to take advantage of sales opportunities gathered in the previous months.


It was finally agreed the date of the last Steering Committee in Italy (15-16 June).

 

VI Steering Committee - Pisa VI Steering Committee - Pisa
VI Steering Committee - Pisa VI Steering Committee - Pisa
VI Steering Committee - Pisa VI Steering Committee - Pisa

 

WETNET's marketing initiatives are continuing intensively in the first months of 2016

Since the early months of 2016, the WETNET partnership boosted its marketing efforts both through participation in major trade fairs (such as in Spain and Portugal), both through direct contacts and targeted promotions, and also with the organization of a customer panel in Italy.

Between February 29th and March 1st, 2016 an important meeting with Manuel Caldit -  representing the Philippine society Gotesco Water Solutions -  was held in Pisa.
The 1st March session was also attended – via Skype connection - by Dror Cohen-Tarragan, of Hagihon Company Ltd  of Israel.
Both companies are already offering the WETNET system to their clients. A non-exclusive distribution agreement has been already signed with Gotesco that presented the WETNET solutions at an important convention organized by the Philippine Association of Water Districts (PAWD), the national umbrella organization of more than 500 local water districts in the country (37th National Convention, February 3-5, 2016, Clarkfield, Pampanga).

The sales relationship with  Detection Services (Australia and New Zealand) is now well established. The Company is promoting WETNET both in the Philippines (MetroPac Water Investments Corp.)  and in Singapore (Visenti). Some sensors were provided to Visenti for a technical and commercial evaluation.

In the coming weeks, a sales meeting will be organized with the representative of the SPML Infra Limited (India) especially interested in learning more about the products. During these marketing activities, the partners have verified a growing interest for the WETNET services in other European and non-European countries such as Cyprus, Poland, Serbia, Bulgaria, Moldova, Iran.

 

 

Gotesco in PAWD - February 2016Gotesco in PAWD - February 2016
Gotesco in PAWD - February 2016Gotesco in PAWD - February 2016
Gotesco in Pisa- Customer Panel 2016Gotesco in Pisa- Customer Panel 2016

 

Lisbon, February 28 - March 2016: WETNET at WEX Global

During theWEX Global Forum -the international summit organised on an annual basis by the Water and Energy Exchange - held in Lisbon from February 28 to March 2 2016 - WETNET has participated in two different technology contests and was mentioned “Highly commended in both the categories Innovation and Technology. Competition was extremely tough and this was an excellent opportunity to present and demonstrate WETNET solutions to companies, governements and investors from all areas of the world (America, Europe, Middle East and Asia). 

ITG met more than 30 organisations and companies from Africa, Asia, North America and Europe.

It was a very relevant chance to held commercial meetings with engineering and consultancy companies as well as water management companies such as Aguas de Portugal from Portugal, Acciona, FCC Aqualia from Spain or Suez from France.

Furthermore WETNET was presented to several important Water Associations and Technology Scouting Companies from different countries: among others from Portugal (Parceria Portuguesa para a Água) and UK (Water Partnership, ISLE Utilities).

In addition, ITG held several meetings with government representatives of Water Management Organisations from Africa and Middle East (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, or Morocco) as well as with the USA (Enviromental Protection Agency).

ITG in Lisbon - February-March 2016TG in Lisbon - February-March 2016
ITG in Lisbon - February-March 2016TG in Lisbon - February-March 2016

 


Malaga, 10-11 February 2016: WETNET at Transfiere, the great professional, multi-sector forum of Spanish Innovation!

 

TRANSFIERE  (http://www.forotransfiere.com/) is the great professional, multi-sector forum of Spanish Innovation, in which participants are able to establish B2B contacts, transfer scientific knowledge and lines of technology research, make their products and innovative services known, understand the technology necessities of potential customers.

 

More than 3,000 technology professionals participated in this new edition for 2016, with 5,500 business meetings, 120 speakers, 1,900 technological profiles, 40 Universities, 37 technological platforms. The participants increased by 30% over the previous year.

 

ITG - the Spanish partner of the Consortium - used this unique opportunity to present WETNET products and services to potential customers with interesting contacts that will be developed in the coming months.

ITG in Transfiere - February 2016ITG in Transfiere - February 2016

 

A Coruña, 19-20 November 2015 - V Steering Committee of the WETNET Project in Spain. Focus on business development and on next months activities, so relevant for the future of the project.

The V Steering Committee has been held in A Coruña. All partners participated in the event.
The venue was the headquarters of the Spanish partner ITG.

The meeting was an opportunity to discuss with engineers and technicians of ITG, the architecture and use of the Wetnet Supervisory Services presented by Oberdan Cei of Ingegnerie Toscane.
Mr. Cei also took the opportunity to describe briefly the state of the art of the ETV certification. The Project Manager, Maurizio Creati summarized the progress of the activities.

The partners agreed about Wetnet business model for SS and started to define their roles after the end of the project, focussing on the revision of the IPR agreement and WETNET documentation management and training.

The meeting came to an end with the sharing of the tasks to be completed before the end of the project, the reviewing of documentation, and spending trends.

Finally a new check point has been agreed for March 2016.

WETNET Partners in ITG - V Steering CommitteeWETNET Partners in ITG - V Steering Committee
WETNET Partners in ITG - V Steering CommitteeWETNET Partners in ITG - V Steering Committee

 

Aquatech Amsterdam - 3 to 6 November 2015: a new exciting opportunity for WETNET!

WETNET solutions have met new potential customers and distributors during the Aquatech Exhibition that was held from 3 – 6 November 2015 in Amsterdam.

More than 18,000 international water technology professionals convened in RAI Amsterdam, during 4 days filled with inspiration and innovation.

Bimatik has choosen Acquatech Amsterdam as the perfect platform to network, to present WETNET products and services, to exchange ideas and do business with first commercial contacts.

From Ireland to Greece, from UK to Russia, from France to China but also Israel, Tanzania, Iran and India, from Arab Emirates to Taiwan: really a lot of potential opportunities to exploit in the next few months.

WETNET Stand in Amsterdam Aquatech - Enrico Bertocchi - BimatikWETNET Stand in Amsterdam Aquatech
WETNET Stand at Aquatech Amsterdam WETNET Stand at Aquatech Amsterdam
WETNET Stand at Aquatech Amsterdam WETNET Stand at Aquatech Amsterdam

 

After the EASME visit in late September, WETNET participated in the “Forum Telecontrollo 2015” (Milan) and then flew to Bulgaria to present the project to the International Conference “Water loss reduction in the water supply systems”.

 

After the recent visit of Sarunas Zablekis of EASME in Pisa at the end of September, WETNET partners continue their work program, collecting data and monitoring the operations of the pilot site of Pisa. At the same time, commercial, information and dissemination activities in Italy and in other targeted countries have further intensified.

 

On 1-2 October 2015, BIMATIK participated in the International Conference "Water loss reduction in the water supply systems" organized by BWA - Bulgarian Water Association in Starosel (Bulgaria), to present WETNET to an audience of experts (http: // bwa -bg.com/). The BWA gathers experts working in the field of water and sanitation, including the quality and the treatment of drinking water, water for industrial and agricultural uses, and the management, protection and use of water resources. During the seminar - attended by more than thirty companies, managing authorities and traders - Enrico Bertocchi explained the main functionalities of the WETNET sensors and Supervisory Services, arousing keen interest and demand for insights from some engineering companies that operates at national level.

 

A few days before (September 29th, 2015) in Milan at the Forum Telecontrollo 2015, Ingegnerie Toscane, with Oberdan Cei and Simone Assunti – again in front of an expert audience – explained the main features of the Supervisory Services in details. The communication was presented within the Water Session of the Forum (specifically in the "Energy efficiency and safety in the water services." session). The conference was held in the Hangar Bicocca, a symbol of the industrial history of Milan (http://www.forumtelecontrollo.it/241/programma-2015.html).

 

The high technical level of the briefs, the skills of the operators, and the ten-year experience of the Forum organizers made this a very relevant event at international level. 764 visitor have been involved during the two exhibition days.  

Oberan Cei, Maurizio Creati, Sarunas ZableckisMaurizio Creati, Sarunas Zableckis, Anna Rodeghiero
Enrico Bertocchi, Starusel Bulgaria
Oberdan Cei, Simone Assunti - Forum Telecontrollo Milano

 

New Zealand, 16-18 September 2015: WETNET at NZ WATER EXPO 2015!

 

Intensely continued throughout the summer, the WETNET business strategy has already produced great results. Besides moving through the main destination countries in Europe - after the test installations on the aqueduct of Dijon (France) in January - with some meetings with the managers of relevant water companies and potential distributors in Romania (APA NOVA BUCURESTI -VEOLIA), Moldova (SALONIX – Chisinau Moldova) and Serbia (VODOVOD Kraljevo), the interest in the WETNET solutions has rapidly grown outside Europe, demonstrating how the eco-innovative European technologies in these sectors are highly competitive worldwide.

 

Beyond the interest aroused around WETNET solutions that has also attracted Maynilad Water Services, Inc. (Maynilad) the company in charge of water and waste-water service for 17 cities and municipalities in the Western metropolitan area of Manila in the Philippines, the WETNET products are also arrived in Australia, where Detection Service (http://www.detectionservices.com.au/) leader in water management services in the Pacific area, made a first order of 7 flowmeters while their company affiliate, Water Loss Management Pty Ltd - created in 2006 with the aim of carrying on the work of the federal program that assists 76 regional water utilities in their water losses research projects - already promotes WETNET products on its website (http://waterlossmanagement.com.au/products-and-Solutions /).

 

The WETNET sensors will be presented during the WETNET WATER EXPO 2015 (http://www.waternzconference.org.nz/) to be held in New Zealand from 16th to 18th September 2015.

 

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