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Oct 27 2022


All Day

South-Coast Infiltration Patron Masterclass

South Coast Infiltration Patron Masterclass




Following this years UNESCO’s concept ‘Groundwater: Making the invisible visible in 2022 and beyond‘ UKSTT and their Patrons have organised a masterclass from a South West Coast perspective – South-Coast Infiltration Patron Masterclass

Tickets cost £75 per person (+vat) please fill in the booking form and return to

South Coast Infiltration Patron Masterclass Booking Form


  • Asset driven analysis formulating scopes for sewer sealing – Matt Kettle, Sewerage Planning Engineer Wessex Water
  • Infiltration Sealing with epoxies since 2010 – Francieli Thums, Critical Sewers Engineer Wessex Water & Julian Britton, Critical Sewers Manager
  • Preventing pollution & exfiltration into host geology – Mike Horton, Critical Sewer Technician Wessex Water
  • Manhole sealing a new vision of sustainable materials – Helen Tivenan, Engineer Wessex Water
  • Detailed analysis of the cost benefits of epoxy lining – Harry Wheeler, Principle Engineer & Sam Rawes, HLA Engineer Wessex Water
  • Recent application of Tubogel – Keith Savage, Sewer Rehabilitation Manager Southern Water
  • WRC CP603 Report regarding Manhole Inspection & Rehabilitation- Andrew Warren, Senior Design Engineer Severn Trent
  • Problems of different forms of sewer pipe construction and their differing propensity for leakage under high ground water, hydrostatic head – Phil Clisham, Technical Director, PClisham Consulting Ltd
  • Jersey – Holistic scheme of infiltration/exfiltration sealing– Ivan Jackson, Drainage Design – Government of Jersey

South Coast flyer (1)


Venue: De Vere Tortworth Court, Tortworth, Wotton-Under-Edge, South Gloucestershire, GL12 8HH



UNESCO-Groundwater: Making the invisible visible in 2022 and beyond
Groundwater provides almost half of all drinking water worldwide, around 40% of the water used in irrigation and about one third of the supply required for industry. Not only does groundwater sustain ecosystems, it is also an important factor in climate change adaption. With the rise in water scarcity and the decrease in the availability of surface water (due to human activity and climate change), there is increased reliance and pressure on groundwater. UNESCO, together with its centre, the International Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre (IGRAC), has led the World Water Day 2022 campaign on “Groundwater:

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