Sunday 16 September, 2018 to Friday 21 September, 2018
9:00am – 5:00pm
About the event
Tokyo International Exhibition Center, known as Tokyo Big Sight, will be the venue for the Congress involving over 6,000 water professionals, companies and utilities from more than 90 countries across the globe. IWA is happy to work together again with Isle Utilities in setting up the IWA-Isle Emerging Technologies & Challenge Exchange Hub during the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition. The Hub facilitates as the meeting point between the Utilities behind the challenges and innovative solution providers. It showcases several unique and innovative best practices of a cooperation between solution provider and utilities.
The days are divided into themes
Day 1: Challenges and Opportunities for Deployment of Water treatment World Wide.
Day 2: Challenges in water recycling from industrial waste water stream.
Day 3: Practical Insights into Smart Water Deployments
The Challenge Exchange forum works the other way around by showcasing concrete, relevant and urgent challenges and business cases from the end users being top notch Utilities, Industrial End Users and other stakeholders. The Emerging Program starts on Day 1 & Day 2 starts with Water leaders Anglian Water, Suez, Aqualia and BASF presenting actual projects challenges and best practices. An
interactive panel discussion will summarize lessons learned and highlight strategies moving forward to accelerate the deployment of global water innovation around the World. The program will end with the Emerging Technologies Pitches to showcase the most Innovations Technologies Globally. Finalists are: LG Sonic (Netherlands); Systea (Italy); Aquarius Spectrum (Israel); PowerTech Water (USA);
Hydroka (Belgium) Terraheim (Korea); Hydro-dis (Australia); Blue foot Membranes (Belgium); Luminultra (Australia); Carex of Sweden (Sweden); Aquafortus (New Zealand);
The final day will focus on Practical Insights into Smart Water Deployments and global Smart water trends through an interactive Round Table Discussion and is organized in joint effort with program partner SWAN, the Smart Water Networks Forum (www.swan-forum.com)
To become part of the ETP program or for any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org