Water, Sewage & Effluent May-June 2017 - Page 6

What ' s on
Water Sustainability Symposium
To manage water resource scarcity in a sustainable manner , the Water Sustainability Symposium aims to discuss how to turn challenges into opportunities . The symposium , hosted by the Water Reuse , Membrane Technology , and Water Science divisions of WISA , aims to bring together researchers and professionals to address water scarcity within southern Africa . Parallel sessions will focus on the following topics : water reuse , desalination , latest technologies , social concerns , water quality monitoring , and emerging pollutants . A speciality workshop entitled “ Direct and Indirect Potable Reuse : Overview of Principles , Applications and New Developments ” will be presented by Troy Walker ( US ) and Chris Swartz ( RSA ). It will provide attendees with a better understanding of known and unknown contaminants management within potable reuse facilities , and will discuss the latest innovation and thinking in operator training and risk mitigation . 7 to 10 May Lord Charles Hotel , Cape Town , South Africa www . wisa . org . za
XVI World Water Congress
The objective of the XVI World Water Congress is to bridge gaps in knowledge , communication , and coordination . It specifically aims to link professionals with information and experiences related to water resources at all levels , with experts working on key global water agendas and strategies . Accordingly , the Congress is targeted at natural and social scientists , practitioners , and technological innovators , as well as policy and decisionmakers , financial stakeholders and investors , legal and regulatory specialists , and groups involved in capacity building . Additionally , the Congress is designed to catalyse cooperation and coordination among these professionals to facilitate global goals and strategies related to the Sustainable Development Goals , particularly those related to water , as well as agreements under the auspices of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change , thematic priorities of past and upcoming World Water Forums , and other water-related programmes . 29 May to 3 June Cancun , Mexico www . worldwatercongress . com
Aquatech China 2017
Aquatech China 2017 brings together water technology and water management , presenting integrated solutions to the challenges facing Asia . In 2016 , 70 000 water professionals visited booths from 1 400 companies . As one of the largest B2B water exhibitions in China , it offers networking opportunities to connect across countries , technologies , and industry sectors , and offers inspiring seminars at the Aquastages and events during the exhibition . 7 to 9 June National Exhibition and Convention Centre , Shanghai , China www . aquatechtrade . com
LESAM 2017
The Leading Edge Sustainable Asset Management ( LESAM ) of Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Conference will be jointly organised by IWA , the national association Norwegian Water , the municipality of the city of Trondheim , and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology ( NTNU ). The conference is an opportunity to meet world-leading professionals of urban water services : water supply , wastewater management , and stormwater management . Themes for LESAM 2017 include , among others , best practices in Integrated Asset Management ( IAM ) organisational implementation ; advanced data management and IT systems implementation ; innovative technologies for condition monitoring , assessment , and modelling solutions ; advanced economic modelling ; improved accounting methods for costs and benefices ; and a better understanding of what consumers expect . 20 to 22 June Trondheim , Norway www . ntnu . edu / lesam2017
AWS International Water Stewardship Standard training For professionals with corporate sustainability responsibilities , especially those related to water , as well as consultants wishing to prepare companies for AWS Standard certification . The training will also benefit conformity assessment body personnel .
Schedule Cape Town
Durban Tuesday , 23 May – Foundation Tuesday , 20 June – Foundation Course
Course Wednesday , 24 May – Advanced Wednesday , 21 June – Advanced Course
Course Thursday , 25 May – Specialist Course Thursday , 22 June – Specialist
Course
Seats are limited so please respond early to ensure a place .
Contact mark @ allianceforwaterstewardship . org to register your interest .
Deadlines
Cape Town
Durban
Deadline for booking a seat
10 May 2017
5 June 2017
Final registration
15 May 2017
10 June 2017
Cost : R2 500 per delegate per course Cape Town : 23 – 25 May Durban : 20 – 22 June www . allianceforwaterstewardship . org / verification . html
Aquatech China is one of the largest B2B water exhibitions in China . www . aquatechtrade . com
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LESAM 2017 XVI World Water Congress AWS International Water Stewardship Standard training For professionals with corporate sustainability responsibilities, especially those related to water, as well as consultants wishing to prepare companies for AWS Standard certification. The training will also benefit conformity assessment body personnel. To manage water resource scarcity in a sustainable manner, the Water Sustainability Symposium aims to discuss how to turn challenges into opportunities. The symposium, hosted by the Water Reuse, Membrane Technology, and Water Science divisions of WISA, aims to bring together researchers and professionals to address water scarcity within southern Africa. Parallel sessions will focus on the following topics: water reuse, desalination, latest technologies, social concerns, water quality monitoring, and emerging pollutants. A speciality workshop entitled “Direct and Indirect Potable Reuse: Overview of Principles, Applications and New Developments” will be presented by Troy Walker (US) and Chris Swartz (RSA). It will provide attendees with a better understanding of known and unknown contaminants management within potable reuse facilities, and will discuss the latest innovation and thinking in operator training and risk mitigation. 7 to 10 May Lord Charles Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa www.wisa.org.za The objective of the XVI World Water Congress is to bridge gaps in knowledge, communication, and coordination. It specifically aims to link professionals with information and experiences related to water resources at all levels, with experts working on key global water agendas and strategies. Accordingly, the Congress is targeted at natural and social scientists, practitioners, and technological innovators, as well as policy and decision- makers, financial stakeholders and investors, legal and regulatory specialists, and groups involved in capacity building. Additionally, the Congress is designed to catalyse cooperation and coordination among these professionals to facilitate global goals and strategies related to the Sustainable Development Goals, particularly those related to water, as well as agreements under the auspices of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, thematic priorities of past and upcoming World Water Forums, and other water-related programmes. 29 May to 3 June Cancun, Mexico www.worldwatercongress.com Aquatech China 2017 Aquatech China 2017 brings together water technology and water management, presenting integrated solutions to the challenges facing Asia. In 2016, 70 000 water professionals visited booths from 1 400 companies. As one of the largest B2B water exhibitions in China, it offers networking opportunities to connect across countries, technologies, and industry sectors, and offers inspiring seminars at the Aquastages and events during the exhibition. 7 to 9 June National Exhibition and Convention Centre, Shanghai, China www.aquatechtrade.com Aquatech China is one of the largest B2B water exhibitions in China. 4 Water Sewage & Effluent May/June 2017 The Leading Edge Sustainable Asset Management (LESAM) of Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Conference will be jointly organised by IWA, the national association Norwegian Water, the municipality of the city of Trondheim, and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). The conference is an opportunity to meet world-leading professionals of urban water services: water supply, wastewater management, and stormwater management. Themes for LESAM 2017 include, among others, best practices in Integrated Asset Management (IAM) organisational implementation; advanced data management and IT systems implementation; innovative technologies for condition monitoring, assessment, and modelling solutions; advanced economic modelling; improved accounting methods for costs and benefices; and a better understanding of what consumers expect. 20 to 22 June Trondheim, Norway www.ntnu.edu/lesam2017 Schedule Cape Town Durban Tuesday, 23 May – Foundation Course Wednesday, 24 May – Advanced Course Thursday, 25 May – Specialist Course Tuesday, 20 June – Foundation Course Wednesday, 21 June – Advanced Course Thursday, 22 June – Specialist Course Seats are limited so please respond early to ensure a place. Contact mark@allianceforwaterstewardship.org to register your interest. Deadlines   Cape Town Deadline for booking a seat    10 May 2017 Final registration 15 May #pGW&&RVR#pVR#p*67C#,*SW"FVVvFRW"6W'6P6RFv#>( 3#RGW&&#( 3#"VPwwrƖ6Vf'vFW'7FWv&G6&rfW&f6FFvFW"7W7F&ƗG76V