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The ACO Water Management range has pioneered the management of surface water and today provides architects specifiers and engineers with a complete package of integrated systems suitable for use across the entire spectrum of civil engineering projects.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Channel Drainage: Specify It Right!

    Seminar | ACO Water Management

    This seminar focuses on drains, discussing some of the issues associated with channel drainage and why it is so important to achieve a correct specification.

  • The Selection And Application Of Channel Drainage Systems. What You Need To Know.

    Training Course | ACO Water Management

    In order to assist a correct specification, this presentation discusses in some depth the issues associated with channel drainage and explores which standards are appropriate and the implications thereof.

  • Effective Surface Water Management

    Seminar | ACO Water Management

    This seminar covers the factors requiring consideration when dealing with the collection, storage and dispersal of rain/storm water on building development and highways. On-site training facility for the practical demonstration of product solution applications.

  • Sustainable Drainage (Suds)

    Seminar | ACO Water Management

    This seminar provides an overview of the proposed new suds legislation for England and Wales, plus the existing regulations in Scotland. It covers the factors that have led to this legislation i.e. Climate change and the effects of increased build. It explores soft and hard suds solutions and how to link them to create a sustainable drainage scheme.

  • The Construction Products Regulations Explained - The Good, Not So Good & Ugly

    Seminar | ACO Water Management

    The construction products regulations (CPR) came into force on 1st July 2013 and although the construction industry is generally aware of the CPR, there are many specifiers and manufacturers who are unclear as to what this means to them in practice. This seminar explains the objectives of the CPR and highlights the clear legal obligations on users, manufacturers and distributors. The seminar provides answers to commonly asked questions relating to the CPR and how to deal with manufacturers who appear not to be fulfilling their legal obligations