It’s Science Month at the Institute of Water

Throughout March, we’re going to be spending some time focussing on all things science within the Institute of Water as we look at how we support the work of scientists across the water sector.

We’ll be sending our members regular emails to highlight the different levels of professional registrations across the discipline of science. You’ll also hear from members who have gone through the professional registration process and how they found it – they may even have some tips to help you if you are thinking about doing the same.

We’ll also be giving you some insight into the science partnerships we have, such as STREAM, and the Competent Operator Scheme with a focus on people who work in water quality.
You should also keep a check on our social media channels, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

In the meantime, here’s Robin Price, the Institute of Water’s Vice President Science and Head of Water Quality at Anglian Water, to introduce Science Month and tell you a bit more about what’s coming up…

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