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WQTC11 - Water Quality Technology Conference & Exposition

WQTC is AWWA`s second-largest conference, attracting approximately 1,500 attendees each year. This well-established and highly regarded conference is the meeting place for water quality professionals of all types.

ECWATECH-2012, International Water Forum

Since 1994 ECWATECH proved to be the largest biennial international water/wastewater technology event in Russia and CIS. During the last years hundreds of foreign manufacturers and vendors of equipment and materials have entered the Russian market. For many of them ECWATECH has become the starting point to build-up business in this region. Beside ECWATECH trade fair there are another three exhibitions (brands) which now have become integral parts of ECWATECH forum: CityPipe - Piping systems for municipal infrastructure: construction, diagnostics, repair and operation`, No-Dig Moscow - Installation and repair of underground utilities using trenchless technologies BW-Show - Water bottling and bottled waters In 2010 it has attracted 739 exhibitors including 233 international from 28 countries and 14 497 sq. m. of exhibits (net). In 2010 the number of trade visitors increased to 12642 from 11680 in 2008

1st Annual Africa Effluent & Waste Water Management Conference,2011.
Nairobi - Kenya
Nov. 22, 2011 - Nov. 23, 2011
The conference will cover key management challenges facing the effluent and waste water sector including waste water reuse, environmental impacts including those of marine discharges, industrial waste treatment processes, and environmental ... 

Aquatech Amsterdam 2011
Amsterdam - Netherlands
Nov. 1, 2011 - Nov. 4, 2011
Aquatech Amsterdam is the world’s leading trade exhibition on process, drinking and waste water technology. The exhibition programme provides an extensive overview of the latest developments in the fields of: Water treatment, ... 

SMAGUA 2012
Zaragoza - Spain
Mar. 6, 2012 - Mar. 9, 2012
INTERNATIONAL WATER EXHIBITION: Water extraction, piping and storage – Water processing and treatment – Water applications/Irrigation – Other equipment – Engineering, Consulting, Service Companies and Trade ... 

2012 Sustainable Water Management Conference
Portland - Oregon (USA)
Mar. 18, 2012 - Mar. 21, 2012
The 2012 Sustainable Water Management Conference will be a true sustainability conference focused on water resources integration. This conference seeks to combine technical presentations with in-depth discussions on legal, regulatory, ...

IFAT ENTSORGA 2012 - World`s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management
Munich - Germany
May 7, 2012 - May 11, 2012
The World`s Leading Trade Fair For Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management - IFAT ENTSORGA 2012 - is innovative, because it focusses on new product groups, comprehensive, because it covers the water, sewage, refuse and recycling ... 

International Conference on Water, Environment and Health
Van - Turkey (YUZUNCU YIL UNIVERSITY)
May 20, 2012 - May 22, 2012
Leading scientists from Turkey, the USA and many other countries will gather to share the latest advances in water sciences with emphasis on sustainable resource management, ecological restoration, waste water recycling and health. The main topics of the International Conference on Water Su-Wave 2012 are Erosion, Flood and Coastal Pollution, Biodiversity of Lake Van, and water treatment using wetland plant species. Soil erosion is a major global environmental problem and not only Van and its close vicinity suffer from erosion, but also Turkey does. Flood and coastal pollution are also two important aspects that should be considered for a healthy environment. Biodiversity is a huge benefit for tourism development. As I aforementioned, Lake Van is alkaline and only one fish species (pearl mullet) can adapt this environment. However, Van and its close vicinity is one of the most fascinating environments with its biodiversity. Natural or constructed wetlands behave as wastewater treatment systems, using flow beds to support water-loving plants. The roots of these plants provide an aerobic environment to insistently break down contaminants. For this reason, it is of great importance to protect wetlands adjacent to large bodies of water. In this conference, the above-mentioned topics will be discussed by very valuable scientists. We wish all the attendees an enjoyable conference and hope that they are able to take away some valuable information. We are very glad and proud to be part of this organization and very much look forward to your participation in the the International Conference on Water Su-Wave 2012. Prof. Dr. Peyami Battal 

 

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