The city of Bristol has long been synonymous with innovation: whether it’s Brunel, the aviation industry or Aardman studios; it’s always been a place of creative forward thinkers. Marc Tite leads the Asset Strategy and Planning team at Bristol Water, from which, every day, 1.2 million people rely for clean, fresh drinking water:
“Since the creation of Bristol Water in 1846, our purpose has been, and continues to be, to make a positive impact on the lives of our customers, our communities, our colleagues and the environment – above and beyond the delivery of pure and reliable water”.
Marc’s keynote presentation at WATER MANAGEMENT Smart Class 2022 explained how Asset Management within Bristol Water is driving change to elevate the customer experience:
“We are working with industry experts to develop future technologies to gain insights into how our assets are behaving. These various technologies help us to prevent leaks, manage dam safety, improve water quality, support customer engagement, deliver near real time network modelling to name a few”.
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If you meet our regular delegate qualification criteria but were unable to join us at The BCEC, Birmingham, for the live in-person event on November 10th, CLICK HERE and complete the short “Download form” (located at the bottom of the post) to receive a unique link enabling free access to the presentation video recordings and slides (including the film footage and slides from Marc’s keynote).
Those qualifying to receive the rich presentation content from this event include commissioning, procurement, innovation, trialling and partnering leads, senior influencers, strategic decision makers, environmental managers, policy makers and planners from UK water companies and utilities, wastewater and sewer operators, lead local flood authorities (unitary authorities and county councils), city/borough/metropolitan councils, district councils, combined authorities, highways authorities, prime contractors, general insurers, large water consumers, central governmental and regulatory bodies (e.g. Defra, DCLG, Ofwat, Environment Agency, DWI, SEPA), independent industry and consumer organisations (e.g. Water UK, CCW) etc.