Water. desalination + reuse

water-d+r September-2017

Water. Desalination + reuse

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Phoenix, Arizona, US 10 - 13 September l 32nd AnnUAl WAteReUSe SymPoSiUm This year's programme includes an array of sessions on technical topics, including salinity, treatment, desalination, membranes, water quality and health risks. There are also "big picture" panels on policy, communications, return-on- investment, and pricing. Sessions feature projects and policy from around the US, including Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, New Mexico, Nevada and Oklahoma, and from across the globe, from Australia to South Africa. Water reuse for agriculture, drinking water, industry and groundwater recharge are all on the agenda. For those new to water reuse, there is Boot Camp. Several plenary sessions will tackle the issue of public acceptance. Successful author and motivational speaker, Melissa Marshall will open the Symposium with an engaging presentation on effective communications strategies on making the case for water reuse. There is a plenary session about the impact on public perception of the beer challenge, and another on our efforts to build a long-term, lasting relationship with the medical community. Web: watereuse.org São Paulo, Brazil 15-20 october l idA WoRld CongReSS 2017 The theme for this year's IDA World Congress is: ensure your water future. The concept was chosen to underline the growing importance of water reuse and desalination in ensuring a sustainable water supply in the face of growing water scarcity, climate change, and overall rising global demand for water. The event will feature five days of technical sessions, lectures, and roundtable and panel discussions, as well as an interactive plenary session to be held on the last day. An exhibition will be held in the Golden Hall, World Trade Centre São Paulo. The location offers international companies an excellent opening to make and develop opportunities in a growing market. The technical programme will span four days, and the topics will be organised into four parallel streams. email: info@idadesal.org tel: 00 1 978 887 0410 Web: idadesal.org Amsterdam, netherlands 31 october to 3 november l AqUAteCh AmSteRdAm The leading global trade event for process, drinking and waste water follows an established format, covering transport and storage, water treatment, point-of-use, and process control and technology and process automation. To be hosted in RAI Convention Centre in the business district of Amsterdam, the event offers access to the latest innovations and solutions from the water industry; networking opportunities and matchmaking sessions; 18,500 visitors and 850 exhibitors; and free access to Floodex Europe and educational sessions. Visitors will include policy-makers, top-tier businesses, specialists, and those who apply technology in practice. Aquatech Amsterdam coincides with Amsterdam International Water Week (AIWW), 30 October to 3 November, whose theme for 2017 is 'Creating a circular and resilient water environment in high density living areas'. Also look out for Aquatech China, 7-9 June, and Aquatech Mexico, 5-7 September. Aquatech Global Events are organised by RAI Amsterdam Exhibitions. email: registration@rai.nl and exhibitor@rai.nl tel: +31 (0) 205491333 Web: aquatechtrade.com main suppliers will be represented, and will reply to questions from the floor. l World Bank desalination and Water Reuse Workshop This will be the first World Bank workshop at an IDA conference. The World Bank is interested in financing and participating in desalination and water reuse projects. For this purpose, they will bring customers from Latin America, Asia and Africa. Experts will explore the best ways to progress towards this target. Other institutions invited to participate include the Inter- American Development Bank and the Brazilian Development Bank, BNDES. thursday, 19 october l meet the Professors Universities have been invited to discuss better ways to interact with industry and to ensure that university research gets transferred to commercial partners. l the desalination and Water Reuse and Food nexus — World Water Assessment Program (WWAP) of UneSCo, Food and Agriculture organisation (FAo) of the United nations (Un), and other agencies UNESCO will present this year's UN World Water Development Report, focusing on wastewater as an untapped resource. The goal is to share practical knowledge and to apply it to food production. l energy and environment Blue Paper. the Challenges of desalination and Renewable energies This session will focus on the main conclusions from IDA's International Energy and Environment Forum, which took place in late 2016 in Miami, US. Water. desalination + reuse September 2017 Conferences/meetings 33 Conferences/ meetings Email details of meetings you wish listed to desalination@fav-house.com

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