Water Tech Middle East 2008

Venue: Grand Millennium Hotel, Dubai, UAE

Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Event Date/Time: Oct 12, 2008 End Date/Time: Oct 15, 2008
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The level of available renewable water in the region is one fifth of what the rest of the world enjoys on a per capita basis. Despite this, the UAE is one of the world’s largest waters users.

Meanwhile the population of the region is growing 55% more quickly than the population at the rest of the world. By 2011, water needs will be double of what they are now, predicted to be around 341 million imperial gallons per day. The threat of water scarcity ensures that investment in developing freshwater supply, along with the recycling and reuse of waste and sea water is an urgent priority across the region. This means that if strategies and infrastructure are not put in place, the water really is going to run out…

The Solution…
Attend the region’s only event strategically focused on developing and managing the existing and future water infrastructure and resources and find out how to:

Plan, design and implement a pipe network that will cope with future demands
Implement maintenance strategies that will reduce repair costs and ensure reliability
Develop wastewater as a sustainable resource
Protect and enhance freshwater as a long-term supply
Create water resource plans that best capture and utilize surface water sources
And Much More…