Water & Wastewater Asia Jan/Feb 2018

WATER & WASTEWATER ASIA January / February 2018 SHOW PREVIEW / 55 AS I AWAT ER welcomes its tenth edition ASIAWATER 2018 will be held from10 to 12April at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre in Malaysia. It will also be co-located with the fifth edition of Asia Water Resource Expo (AWARE’18). The theme of the event will be ‘Partnership for Growth and a Sustainable Water Future’ H eld biennial in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, ASIAWATER Expo & Forum is one of the longest running and leading trade events for the water and wastewater industry. The event is a one-stop regional hub for water experts, industry professionals andmajor investors from all over the world; where it aims to develop Asia’s water management and infrastructure while offering a stream of business opportunities. This year, the show will centralised around the theme, ‘Partnership for Growth and a Sustainable Water Future’, which looks to promote public, private and community partnership (PPCP) and to showcase the latest technologies and effective solutions in water management and water security. Withmore than 1,000 exhibiting companies (including Ebara Pumps, CNP, Molecor (SEA), Tsurumi Pump, Xylem, Salcon, Prominent, Greendex, Solidium, Arachem, George Fisher andmany more) and international pavilions fromAustria, China, Denmark, Europe, Korea, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, Germany and Water Environment Federation (WEF), the event is expected to welcome over 19,000 delegates and visitors from across 48 countries. In addition, free-to-attend sessions and technology seminars from local and international experts addressing the opportunities, latest technologies and challenges within the water and wastewater industry, will also be happening at the show. The tenth edition of ASIAWATER continues to gain support with water management central agencies, which includes the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA), Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (NRE), National Water Services Commission (SPAN) and Department of Drainage and Irrigation (DID). With over 80 percent of space booked by exhibitors, ASIAWATER 2018 is set to be another success. WWA *All images arecredited toUnitedBusinessMediaSdnBhd.