IDA 2021 International Water Reuse and Recycling Conference 15 - 17 March 2021

Join stakeholders and industry professionals for IDA’s 2021 International Water Reuse and Recycling Conference to present cutting-edge solutions, develop business opportunities, grow your network, and – most importantly – learn how together we can make every drop count.

The exchange will begin on Monday, March 15th with two half-day invite only events addressing   Industrial Water Reuse Workshop to Address Water Needs in Oil & Gas, Mining, F&B, and other industrial sectors and a Utility Leaders Summit Covering Project Success Case Studies, Public Utility Challenges and Solutions Related to Reuse Projects. The conference is officially opened that evening with a welcome reception graciously hosted by the Government of Spain at the majestic residence of H.E. Ambassador Alfonso Dastis, Palazzo Montorio, Rome.  On Tuesday, March 16th and Wednesday, March 17th, in addition to the peer reviewed technical program, special panel sessions will be conducted and are outlined below. As well, a very special “Evening in Rome” networking event is planned for Tuesday, March 16th. Visit for more details, submit a paper and to register.

Water Philippines 2021 24 - 26 March 2021

Water Philippines, the Philippines' Leading International Water Supply, Sanitation, Industrial Wastewater Treatment, and Purification Event is making its 6th edition on March 24 - 26, 2021 at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City, Metro Manila.

A focused trade-only business event, Water Philippines 2021 has a huge market with diverse backgrounds from the government and private sectors to offer to both the exhibitors and visitors. This event focuses exclusively on water supply, sanitation, water resources, energy efficiency, and purification and here is where the latest innovations, ideas, and solutions can be discovered, brought specially from companies across the world.

Desalination for the Environment: Clean Water and Energy 2021 16 - 21 May 2021

This conference on desalination for the environment will be devoted to advances towards providing fresh water for all, at affordable cost and at economical energy requirements.
The conference will overview the most recent developments in desalination technology, its cost and extent of application, including socio-economic and environmental issues. The place of research, industry and government decision making in this booming market will be addressed.
Why and how desalination should be integrated into the national or regional water management plans, ensuring socio-economic and environmental benefits, will be the focal point of the conference.

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