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Introduction to the Water Test Network

Industry event
24 April 2019, 10am - 3pm
at James Hutton Institute, Craigiebuckler, Aberdeen AB15 8QH
for SMEs in the water tech sector and anyone interested in water testing

Our commercial subsidiary James Hutton Limited is hosting an event to promote participation in the Water Test Network (WTN), an Interreg North West Europe ERDF project, which aims to support and encourage small and medium enterprises developing new technologies and solutions for the water industry with vouchers to assist with the cost of testing and validation, allowing a quicker route to market.

There will be a series of short presentations to find out more about WTN and the voucher application process, as well as James Hutton Limited and the analytical testing services they can provide. The event is aimed at the water tech sector however all are welcome to attend. Speakers will include representatives from James Hutton Limited, Scottish Water and Hydro Nation Water Innovation Service.

As an analytical laboratory, offering a range of accredited testing services, James Hutton Limited already provides a number of techniques to businesses in the water sector, and others. As a partner in WTN, a significant investment has been made in new instrumentation which enables an increased variety of techniques to fulfil the analytical requirements of clients.

Laboratory tours will also form part of the programme with a showcase of the new instrumentation and discussion around the range of available techniques. You will also have the opportunity to meet and chat with presenters and James Hutton Limited analysts and discuss any relevant water testing requirements.   

To book your place, visit the event page on the James Hutton Limited website.

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The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.