What's on at Ozwater this year
Australia has many unique advantages, including our world-class resources, proximity to Asia, a temperate climate and the distinct opportunity of growth industries including agribusiness, mining and tourism. However, for all these industries to prosper they require one vital element - water.
Safe water. Secure water. Sustainable water. Access to water.
Many challenges lie ahead for the water sector in managing water in urban, regional and rural contexts. We need water professionals and organisations to step up and lead innovation, debate and provide technical know-how across the broad scope of water and wastewater management to ensure we harness these opportunities, both domestically and overseas.
Ozwater includes a conference, exhibition, technical tours and networking functions.
The Ozwater’15 conference will once again attract national and international speakers, and delegates, to attain a new wealth of industry knowledge and cultivate strong and applicable ideas to ensure the longevity of our greatest resource. This year’s themes include Technology, Operations and Asset Management; Governance, Regulation and Structure; Water for Rural, Remote and Regional Communities; Water for Agriculture, Food and Beverage; Water for Mining, Resources and Energy; The Customer and the Community; and Liveable Cities.
Also, for the first time the event will include a Water Regulators Forum. This forum will bring together Australia’s regulators across economic, environmental and health to discuss the need for harmonisation in water regulation for better outcomes for industry and customers.
The exhibition will feature more than 170 exhibitors from international and national companies. The Trade Exhibition will showcase water products, services and innovations. All session breaks and lunches will be held in the exhibition area, making it easy for interaction.
Details at a glance
When: 12-14 May 2015
Where: Adelaide Convention Centre
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