Programme


17th IWA Leading Edge Conference on Water and Wastewater Technologies

The final programme of LET 2022 is available!

The conference runs from 28 March until 1 April. During this time, two of the days (Wednesday & Thursday) will be dedicated to technical sessions, exploring the latest leading-edge developments in depth. The remaining days will feature prominent keynote speakers and workshop-based sessions, as well as interactive and off-site activities such as technical tours, networking opportunities, gala dinners and more. 

Workshops 

Three workshop sessions are currently scheduled to be held during the day on Monday 28 March. In the morning, Workshop 1 will address “Aerobic Granular Sludge Biomass Development for WWTPs: Connecting Possibilities with Opportunities” and Workshop 2 will discuss “Bringing Leading Edge Technology to the Market – A path of Innovation. In the afternoon, Workshop 3 will focus on “Raw and Treated Water Augmentation (aka Direct Potable Reuse) – The Time has Come” (see full details below). See below for all the details you need to know before deciding which one to join.

Morning Session – Workshop 1

Morning Session – Workshop 2

Afternoon Session – Workshop 3

Plenary Session

The plenary session will feature multiple inspiring keynotes from leading voices and thought leaders. All the keynote speakers are the top specialists and most prominent figures within the water sector and beyond.

Conference Technical Sessions

Conference Technical Sessions

Technical Tours

*Each LET technical tour is limited to 30 tickets.

LET Programme Webpage - Technical Tours

Important Dates

  • Call for Papers is open August 2021
  • Outline Paper Submission deadline 15 September 2021
  • Extended deadline 30 September 2021
  • Authors notification December  2021
  • Registration open December  2021
  • Early Bird Registration deadline (Deadline for authors to register)  7 February 2022
  • Submission deadline for delivery of full papers 20 March 2022

The IWA Leading Edge Conference on Water and Wastewater Technologies is designed to be the place for sharing the latest insights into how pioneering science, technological innovation and leading practices will shape the major transformation in water management that is underway.

Join us! See you in...