This is a particularly challenging and exciting time to be stepping up into the role. The pressures of Covid-19 are driving rapid and transformational change in the UK water sector which, combined with Brexit and the transition to AMP7, are putting a much sharper focus on the role of British Water and its work on behalf of the supply chain. I would like to pay tribute to the Board of British Water, in particular the out-going UK Forum Chair Steve Webber, for welcoming me so warmly into the fold and for supporting me in my year as Vice-Chair. I’d also like to thank EPS for giving me the opportunity to put myself forward and for the role. I know it’s going to be a rewarding experience and an important step forward in my professional development.Shaun Stevens (Chair of the British Water UK Forum)
Shaun Stevens Appointed Chair of British Water UK Forum
EPS’ UK General Manager Shaun Stevens has taken over as Chair of the British Water UK Forum.
Shaun has also been appointed as a Director of British Water on a two-year term.
With 25 years experience in the water industry, working in both contracting and consultancy roles, Shaun is an accomplished senior manager, business development lead, project manager and environmental consultant, working with EPS since 2011.
Shaun is a long-standing contributor to British Water, as a member of both the UK Forum (formerly the Municipal Market Group) and the International Forum, as well as being an appointed International Business Mentor and he is also the Chair of the Hampshire Water Hub.
As he begins his term, Shaun knows that there are significant challenges to be faced.