Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan,Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces

Synopsis

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is a thriving economy that is heavily investing in water to meet its growing water demand, sustainably. Over USD300 billion will be invested in GCC water sustainability projects between the period of 2012 – 2022, presenting vast business opportunities to leading regional and global providers of cutting-edge water technologies.

The 3rd International Water Summit will be one of the centerpieces of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week. As such, it will be joining forces with the World Future Energy Summit as well as the 2nd edition of the EcoWASTE exhibition and a number of sustainability and energy initiatives, attracting the world’s attention and forming a unique platform of global expertise.

IWS 2015 will be held at ADNEC from 19-22 January and give you the unique opportunity to network and do business with global leaders, municipalities, utilities, contractors, consultants and top decision makers from the public and private sectors within the Middle East and around the globe.

Promoting global collaboration to address water scarcity issues in arid regions in the GCC and beyond; IWS will comprise of a three-day conference, an international exhibition and a range of co-hosted features and activities that aim to maximize knowledge-sharing, networking and business opportunities.

Topics discussed in 2014

  • Water governance and policy
  • Low energy Desalination
  • Wastewater Treatment and Management
  • Water and Energy Nexus
  • Optimising network efficiency and non-revenue water
  • Water Re-Use, re-cycling and Resource Reclamation
  • Water strategy and technology for agriculture
  • Industrial Water
  • Water efficiency in Commercial Buildings
  • Water network efficiency and reducing non-accounted-for water