Exhibitor list

ADA
STAND: M8
Established in 1937, ADA is the membership organisation for drainage, water level and flood risk management authorities throughout the UK. Today ADA represents over 230 members nationally, including internal drainage boards, regional flood & coastal committees, local authorities and national agencies, as well our Associate Members who are contractors, consultants and suppliers to the industry.
ADC
STAND: E14
ADC (East Anglia) Ltd is a specialist drainage company offering a full range of drainage services all over the country, covering an area from Newcastle in the North, across to Wales and down to the South coast. Working for many Internal Drainage Boards, The Environment Agency, County and Borough Councils and Construction based companies, ADC undertake a diverse range of works including High Pressure Water Jetting, CCTV surveys, root cutting and routine maintenance contracts to mention just a few.
Alliance Flood Solutions
STAND: L24
Alliance Flood Solutions’ people have been delivering Survey, Design and Installation services to alleviate or even eliminate the impact of flooding upon private, public and commercial properties for many years. Our clients range from individual, single property owners to major Water Companies throughout the UK; all are equally important. Alliance has a substantial range of products and expertise at our disposal. We have developed the Alliance Flood-Resistant Door and the Alliance Flood Gate range over many years and we continue to innovate and deliver first class ideas and solutions.
AMX Solutions Ltd
STAND: C34
AMX Solutions Ltd (formerly known as Infrastructure Asset Management Ltd) is a leading provider of Infrastructure Asset Management software in the UK and to users worldwide, excelling in the delivery of high quality, customisable asset management software to support organisations' key aims and objectives
Anglian Water Services Ltd
STAND: M26
Over 2012 to 2014, we invited you to Discover, Discuss and help Decide the best possible future for your local water and water recycling services. In our biggest ever consultation, we heard from over 50,000 customers about our services and priorities for the future. We’d like to thank everyone who helped shape our thinking and create a plan we are confident delivers the priorities you have told us are important for customers, the environment and the economy. Over 2015 to 2020, we’ll spend almost £5 billion on running the business, protecting communities from extremes of weather including flooding and helping to underpin economic growth
Aquatic Control Engineering Ltd
STAND: D2
Formed in 1995, ACE have extensive experience in the supply and installation of specialist equipment for the water industry. We offer a comprehensive portfolio of equipment and services, from first inception through to delivery, offering tailored packages to suit our customer requirements.
Association of SuDS Authorities
STAND: A29
ASA is a member organisation made up primarily from Lead Local Flood Authorities (LLFA’s) to promote and develop the use of sustainable drainage within all new developments. In 2012 Government started along the implementation of Schedule 3 of the Flood and Water Management Act, Defra created working groups to assess matters, including National Standards for SuDS. These groups were active until June 2015 when Government elected to pursue alternative arrangements to deliver sustainable drainage. Many benefits were gained by the sharing of knowledge between the officers within the working groups, not least the best practice guidance to the Non-statutory Technical Standards for SuDS.
Atlas Copco Technique
STAND: J4
The Power Technique division within Atlas Copco has a strong focus on portability – developing products that are lighter and smaller, without compromising on power. Providing air, power and flow solutions through products such as mobile compressors, pumps, light towers and generators, along with a number of handheld tools. Power Technique innovates for sustainable productivity across multiple industries – from construction sites to sporting events and everything in between. alongside an extensive range of pneumatic grinders, sanders, drills, chipping hammers and riveting systems. Atlas Copco customers are supported by a nationwide sales, distribution, and service network, to ensure that products are running at maximum efficiency and minimum downtime at our customers' sites.
AxFlow
STAND: K14
As we all know, pumps have moving and electrical parts which will degrade over time so, unless you want to replace them every couple of years and put up with the associated disruption to your processes - good maintenance is vital. A typical Total Pump Life Cycle Cost analysis (based on 12 hours per day 220 days per year) indicates that energy consumption over a 5 year period represents 4.5 times that of the initial purchase price. Not surprisingy, over 10 years the ratio jumps to 9 times the pump’s purchase price. Optimum performance is one of the simplest ways of reducing a pump’s power consumption.
Caprari Pumps Ltd
STAND: L36
Large stocks of pumps held for next working day delivery or fast factory dispatch for special orders. All with our free technical advice and personal attention to detail from our experienced team