Partners and Supporters

Partners

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.
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.
UK Irrigation Association
STAND: L22 UK Irrigation Association (UKIA) is the only independent organisation representing irrigation in the UK. We are a voice for irrigation in the debate over the future of UK's water resources; we advocate the wise use of water in agriculture, in amenity and in sports and leisure; and we promote good irrigation design and management practices.

Supporters

CIWEM
STAND: E24 CIWEM represents and supports a community of thousands of members and organisations in over 89 countries who are dedicated to improving water and environmental management for the benefit of the public. Our aim is to work towards a safer, more sustainable world. Our mission is to build a global community of water and environmental professionals dedicated to working for the public benefit. As an independent charity we champion professional standards, impartiality and the use of scientific evidence in the management of the environment.
Environment Agency
STAND: L8 The Environment Agency is a non-departmental public body, established in 1995 and sponsored by the United Kingdom government's Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, with responsibilities relating to the protection and enhancement of the environment in England.
Future Water Association
Future Water Association (formerly SBWWI) is a membership assoication dedicated to helping the water sector and its supply chain grow and thrive
Housing Association Magazine
Housing Association Magazine (HA Magazine) is the premier journal for professionals across the social housing sector: including those who work for housing associations, local authorities and other registered housing providers. We offer our readership current and insightful information on affordable housing projects; seen from the perspective of both the housing providers and the manufacturers or specialist companies competing to fulfil contracts.
UKSTT
The UKSTT (United Kingdom Society for Trenchless Technology) is a registered charity involved in the development and promotion of Trenchless techniques, sometimes termed No-Dig techniques. This should be of interest to all people involved in the installation of new and renewal or replacement of, pipes, sewers or cables.
Water UK
On behalf of our members, we engage with Defra, other government departments, regulatory bodies (such as Ofwat, the Environment Agency, the Drinking Water Inspectorate) and consumer bodies - and their equivalents in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Water UK is a membership organisation which represents and works with the major water and wastewater service providers in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. We are active participants in EurEau, the European Federation of National Associations of Water and Wastewater Services. This provides a powerful platform for the industry within the European institutions. We also work with a wide range of partners, industry bodies, NGOs and stakeholders in support of our vision of a trusted water sector.