07.02.2017 - 08.02.2017
Water related issues are at the top of the Africa’s sustainable development agenda and are relevant to many challenges the regional community is facing. The availability and quality of freshwater resources, as well as the issue of access to drinking water and sanitation services still remain a challenge. We are inviting Abstracts from potential speakers who wish to present at this leading industry conference - 6th Annual Effluent and Water Management Conference.
17.02.2017 - 18.02.2017
The 23rd SuSanA meeting will take place in Chennai, India on 18 February 2017 prior to the 4th Faecal Sludge Management Conference (FSM4). It is organised by the India Sanitation Coalition, Ecosan Services Foundation, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Madras) and the SuSanA Secretariat. It will be complemented by a SuSanA WG7 meeting (WASH in Schools) and an open exchange Forum on 17 February 2017.
19.02.2017 - 22.02.2017
Worldwide, 2.7 billion people rely on onsite sanitation. Yet, there is still typically no management system in place to deal with the resulting faecal sludge (e.g. septage and pit latrine sludge). The result is that the waste typically ends up being dumped directly into the urban environment, with significant health and environmental implications. Creating faecal sludge management (FSM) infrastructure and public services that work for everyone, and keep faecal sludge out of the environment is a major challenge for achieving universal sanitation access. To address this challenge, a global platform for discussion of FSM was created in 2011 by leading global sector organizations. The aim was to share and brainstorm potential solutions, to formulate policy recommendations that promote best practices, and to identify lessons learned in how to make FSM an integral part of sanitation service delivery. Building on the success of the first three International FSM Conferences in Hanoi (2015) and in Durban (2011& 2012), FSM4 aims to bring together professionals working in the sector, including utilities, service providers, cities, governments, academics, scientists, consultants, donors and industries, to support the global initiative of disseminating sustainable solutions for FSM. FSM4 will be held in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, where the State Government has recently initiated measures to address FSM with regard to policy, regulatory changes, innovative solutions, and pilots. FSM4 will focus on innovative and practical solutions that can be scaled up, including three tracks: research, case studies, and industry & exhibition.
25.02.2017 - 27.02.2017
The success of the previous four successive editions of WasteSafe Conference has encourage the organizer to continue this event at Khulna in every odd year in the month of February. this conference has become an excellent platform for young researchers mostly from developing countries to come in direct contact with world famous and experienced academics and researchers in the field of waste management for exchanging views on solid waste management concept, innovation and sustinable technologies. Based on the experience of last four events, WasteSafe 2017 is going to focus on the innovation of appropriate technologies and also the inclusion of faecal sludge and related wastewater issues as theme areas.
28.02.2017 - 01.03.2017
The Aid and International Development Forum (AIDF) is set to hold its 2nd annual Aid & Development Africa Summit in Nairobi, Kenya on 28 February - 1 March 2017. The 2-day Summit, which will take place at Nairobi’s Safari Park Hotel, will bring together 300+ high level stakeholders from UN and government agencies, national and international NGOs, development banks and donors, investors and the private sector to discuss how technological innovations and best practice can improve aid delivery and development strategy in East Africa.
08.03.2017 - 11.03.2017
The International Conference Progress in Biogas IV will be held in Stuttgart, Germany on March 8th to 11th 2017 at the University of Hohenheim. The conference is organized by the IBBK Fachgruppe Biogas GmbH in cooperation with the University of Hohenheim.
19.03.2017 - 23.03.2017
About the Arab Water Week The Arab Water Week (AWW) is an international meeting in the Arab region which tackles water management issues through establishing innovative partnerships and platforms of collaborative work on water issues in the region. The importance of this meeting lies in providing a platform for greater coordination among the existing network of key stakeholders active in the water sector in the region. The Arab Water Week (AWW) does not only provide an opportunity to enhance communication flows, synergies and the sharing of successful experiences, but as well, it will facilitate the creation of new partnerships that complement and maximize the impact of on-going work in this sector for the benefit of all countries in the region.
22.03.2017 • 00:00 - 00:00
On World Water Day, people everywhere show that they care and that they have the power to make a difference. They get inspired by information and use it to take action and change things. This year many will focus on the power that water and jobs have to transform people’s lives. Nearly all jobs are related to water and those that ensure its safe delivery. But today, millions of people who work in water are often not recognized or even protected by basic labour rights. This needs to change.
23.04.2017 - 25.04.2017
29.05.2017 - 02.06.2017
The 14th IWA Leading Edge Conference on Water and Wastewater Technologies is designed to be the place where new ideas are introduced and the opportunity is provided to interact with the “best of the best”. This is the global conference where new insights into how pioneering science, technological innovation and leading practices shape the major transformation in water management that is underway.
09.06.2017 • 07:00 - 12:00
A half-day event this year. A light breakfast at 07.30 am, kick-off at 8.30 am, closing at 12.00 noon. WWS9 will feature an inspirational theme "WASH and Women" showing how women and girls are elevating their communities through water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) programs. Venue: Georgia World Congress Centre
30.10.2017 - 03.11.2017
The Amsterdam International Water Week (AIWW) is the platform for new alliances and fresh ideas: connecting industry, science, business, policy and technology. The event crosses borders between water and sanitation, deltatechnology, food, agriculture, finance and governance. Thus bringing together a unique mix of professionals conducive to the transition to a circular economy and resilient cities. The AIWW offers an inspiring combination of events: the AIWW conference, the renowned Aquatech Trade Exhibition, excursions to Amsterdam and the Netherlands, the Sarphati Sanitation Awards, an extensive young water professionals programme and inspiring social events.