It was a really quiet Floodex this year. Nobody was entirely sure why. One thought was that companies may be busy dealing with the current floods. Another was that potential Corona Virus was keeping people away. It has been a good start to 2020 for business, so potentially companies are too busy. Nevertheless, there were some interesting companies and organisations exhibiting and some good presentations, so there was still plenty to follow up on.
Floodex UK took place 26th–27th February 2020 at Peterborough Arena. This event represents the trade sector that covers the flood risk, sustainable drainage, and water level management sector. The Floodex event is in partnership with ADA, the representative body for drainage, water level & flood risk management authorities. For more info go to www.floodex.co.uk
More about ADA:
“Established in 1937, ADA watches over, supports and promotes our members’ interests at a national and parliamentary level, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and discussions. ADA’s members include national agencies like the Environment Agency in England, internal drainage boards, local authorities, and regional flood & coastal committees. ADA’s Associate Members include contractors, consultants and suppliers to the industry.” Source: www.ada.org.uk
There is a short video of highlights from this years event (click on image below):
Also see: SUDS Drainage