WPL offer a lunch and learn seminar presented by specialists on wastewater treatment solutions for the UK water utilities (engineering and facilities management).

The lunch and learn can be tailored to your requirements and will last approximately one hour including a Q&A. The seminar is usually held over lunch (or breakfast) paid for by WPL at your location of choice covering mainland UK.

Our aim:

  • To create general awareness of legislation
  • To alert attendee’s to current industry updates
  • To inform on technical and specification support
  • To consider project options in wastewater treatment management

Our lunch and learns cover:

  • The wastewater treatment industry
  • Types of wastewater treatment
  • Process selection and considerations
  • The design process
  • Potential operational issues
  • Product specification, features & benefits
  • Plant configurations
  • Other products
  • Mobile sewage treatment equipment
  • Case studies

Image of Andrew Haywood, presenting a lunch and learn seminar

Testimonials at a glance:

Presented by Andrew Haywood:

Mark Cookson, Process Manager at Nomenca said:

“A very productive and useful exercise with a 100% positive response from the attendees.

Off-site construction clearly saves money and we look forward to engaging with yourselves in the future.”


Nicholas Urbani, Mechanical Engineer, Jacobs Engineering Group said:

“A very well put together presentation with a very knowledgeable speaker.  I personally  found it extremely enlightening, and I am very grateful for Gordon and Andrew making the appearance.  Everyone in attendance found the subject matter very informative, and Andrew’s personalisation of the content for the work we do at Jacobs was much appreciated.”


Presented by Dominic Hamblin:

Charlie Woolcoombe-Adams, Civil Engineer at Mottmac said:

“Dom, I just wanted to say a big thank you for coming down to talk to us.

The content of the presentation gave a perfect insight into WPL and their products, and the additional information with regards to the industry and functioning of the some of the systems was of great interest. Members of the audience ranged from those with 30 years in wastewater to those with no knowledge of how even a toilet cistern works! But the presentation was tailored very well, being both interesting and helpful to everybody listening.

I can honestly say it makes a refreshing change to be presented to in such a way.”