Analytical Technology will be exhibiting its water monitors and providing advice on instrumentation implementation in industries such as utilities, manufacturing and processing at WWEM 2010.

AT will be highlighting its Profibus DP (Decentralised Peripherals) standard, which is now adopted across the company's full range of monitors.

The company will also be presenting a seminar entitled 'A new way to measure ammonia in water and wastewater'.

The seminar, which will be presented by Dr Michael Strahand, general manager at Analytical Technology, will take place on 11 November 2010 at 12pm and will focus on a novel way to measure ammonia in the final effluent from wastewater-treatment plants, while a new direct-measuring technique based on converting ammonia to chloramine will also be presented.

Visitors to the Analytical Technology stand at WWEM will be able to network with industry colleagues and share information on best practices for water and gas analysis.

Analytical Technology offers a complete range of water and gas instrumentation that helps companies to comply with Environment Agency, Drinking Water Inspectorate and EU directives.

WWEM 2010 will be held in Telford, UK, on 10-11 November 2010.