We have launched the Crisis Response Register. It is for water professionals who feel they may have something they could contribute – be it for this Beirut disaster or any future disasters. Whether you work within a water utility directly, or are part of the supply chain (contractor, consultant, tech company) your input, and perhaps that of your organisation, could be the thing that makes a difference.
Assessing risk and determining responses to Covid-19 were major themes of the most recent Water Action Platform webinar which took place on 9 July. Here are six key learnings from the interactive event which was hosted by Isle chairman Piers Clark.
A new website dedicated to collaboration and knowledge-sharing in the water sector has been launched by technology consultancy Isle.
The Water Action Platform, which is sponsored by leading water industry partners, pools experience and expertise from utilities around the world. It started as a response to Covid19 but is now encompassing a much wider range of topics.
Wednesday 09 September, 2020 | Webinar
A thorough piece of work… Isle Utilities provided continuous feedback and have provided an excellent introduction for our products into an alternative market place
– Sarah Marcham, Camera Value Stream Lead, at Selex ES
I was impressed by the rigour of Isle’s research and their ability to communicate their findings to the target audience
– Gordon Wheale, Project Manager, at UKWIR
The Isle TAG forum allows the best solutions to come forward as well as providing vital funding for technology development
– Steve Kaye, Head of Innovation at Anglian Water