All participants are set to showcase their latest solutions, innovations and technologies in the industry as well as to get together with decision-makers and the right partners.
Regularly hosted by Vietnam Water Supply and Sewerage Association and supported by Ministry of Construction, International Water Association and other associations, VIETWATER 2016 is organising the first International Conference with the theme “Sustainable Water Supply & Sewerage Development Solutions in the context of Climate Change: Water Resource Degradation, Drought, Saline Intrusion”. This forum will be presented by experts to share a general overview of Vietnam’s recent water situation and some efficient solutions and insightful knowledge from different countries. To view the detailed agenda and register for the conference, please visit http://www.vietwater.com/en-us/The-Event/Conference.
During three day exhibition, VIETWATER 2016 will also bring together under one roof a series of Technical Seminars and Workshops. It will provide practical case studies and introduce the most recent and latest technological innovations from local and international enterprises to apply to water management and operations. VIETWATER 2016 will be co-located with Vietnam’s leading Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Exhibition, RE & EE Vietnam 2016, towards sustainable developments in water and energy in Vietnam and the region.
Both exhibitions are expected to gather over 11,000 professionals, consultants, decision-makers, government representatives and engineers in the water and energy industry. To get more information on both exhibitions, please visit these websites:
- VIETWATER: http://www.vietwater.com/en-us
- RE & EE VIETNAM: http://www.renergyvietnam.com/en-us
For those who want to visit the exhibition, online advance registration is now available at http://www.vietwater.com/en-us/Visitors/Visitor-Registration.
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