Event Round-Up: WWT 2021


10th November 2021

Drinking Water, events, Water,

water, analysis, environmental, environment,

WWT – Drinking Water Quality Conference 2021, 3/11/2021: Birmingham Hilton Metropole


Last week, the Anatune team attended the WWT Drinking Water Quality Conference to make sure that we are staying at the forefront of analytical science within the Water industry. The WWT Drinking Water Quality Conference is an essential event for water quality professionals seeking innovative solutions to the regulatory and technical challenges facing the industry.

Our water experts reported that attendees to his year’s event his year had the chance to;


  • Hear how the DWI is driving a collaborative strategy ahead of PR24
  • Learn how your peers are tackling chemicals and emerging contaminants
  • Find out how your peers are taking huge strides in catchment management
  • Hear the latest on lead in drinking water and public health
  • Understand the latest trends and developments in sustainable water treatment.


The conference successfully brought together a diverse audience from across the breadth of the water industry; including Lab Managers, water quality teams, and operational professionals from treatment works.

As laboratories receive their testing remits from water quality teams, understanding what is coming in the future is important and a vital benefit for our team, especially in scoping strategic work to help our customers.

The conference’s talks and presentations were very enlightening, and those covering PFAS, metalhyde, lead content, and taste and odour analysis were closely aligned with many of our previous Application Notes

All in all, it was a great event and we very much look forward to WWT’s future events, especially Water Innovation on 01/12/2021 – see you there!


If you would like to talk to Anatune about your water analysis challenges, please find our Water & Environmental experts’ information below:


Johnson Otuonye, Account Manager, Water & Environmental



Jonathan Dunscombe, Senior Application Chemist

Jonathan Dunscombe, Senior Application Chemist