International Water Forum focuses on sustainable water management in China
The 2nd International Water Forum, organized by Noppen Co Ltd covers two windows: Shanghai Urban Water Forum and Industrial Wastewater Forum held on 18-19 May in Shanghai and 1-2 June in Shenyang respectively...
SHANGHAI, China, May 13, 2009 -- The 2nd International Water Forum, organized by Noppen Co Ltd covers two windows: Shanghai Urban Water Forum and Industrial Wastewater Forum held on 18-19 May in Shanghai and 1-2 June in Shenyang respectively.
Shanghai Water Forum, 18-19 May, Crowne Plaza Century Park, Shanghai is hosted by the College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tongji University, and the National Engineering Research Center for Urban Pollution Control.
The event is supported by the Science and Technology Commission of Shanghai, Shanghai Water Authority, and Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau. Topics that will be addressed are regulations and policies for urban water supply and systems, drinking water safety and stability, wastewater plant reconstruction and wastewater treatment innovations and technologies. In-depth case-studies will discuss on-going projects in Shanghai.
Attendees will hear from more than 20 key figures in the industry. Among the presenters are top-level decision makers and experts from and related to Shanghai Water Authority.
China Industrial Wastewater Forum, 1-2 June, Shenyang Kempinski Hotel, Shenyang is endorsed by both the Shenyang government and Harbin Institute of Technology.
The forum will be a high-level gathering of domestic and international industry players and project owners. Representatives from industry parks, pharmaceutical, chemical and steel companies from all over the country will hear and learn from industry leaders, scientific institutions, technology providers and policy makers.
Topics addressed include industry water conservation and emission reduction, recycling and reuse of wastewater, wastewater depth treatment, desalination and water supply. In addition themes on innovation and new technologies for water treatment will be elaborated on. Co-host of the event, Bayer BTES is hosting a technology workshop on Day 1 afternoon.
Dr. Dieter Heinz, Head of Process Division, Bayer Technology Engineering Service (BTES) will speak about "Industrial Waste Water Technology Tailor-Made Concepts and Economic Implementation Across the Globe." Dr. Heinz will share relevant case studies and elaborate on Bayer's successful strategies, which have been developed and continually updated over the last 30 years.
BTES will also host the workshop: "Modern Industrial Park Waste Water Treatment" which will outline their cost-effective waste water treatment system that is integrated with advanced biological treatment processes and air floatation technology developed by Bayer Technology. When compared with conventional centralized waste water plants for industrial parks, this new technology possesses numerous benefits such as: low energy consumption, low running cost, compact size, minimum secondary pollution, low maintenance demand and easy management. Mr. Andreas Theunissen, Head of Fluid Processing Division, BTES, will conduct the workshop.
Noppen (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. is one of the leading producers of business conferences, seminars, and professional trainings in China.