3rd Annual International Forum on WaterSustainable Development Goals - A water perspectiveTailings 2015

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3rd Annual International Forum on Water

13 - 16 Jul 2015 - Jul 2015 @
Athens

Athens, Athens

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The Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), will hold its 3rd Annual International Forum on Water, 13-16 July 2015, Athens, Greece. The conference website is http://www.atiner.gr/water.htm. The aim of the conference is bring together academics and researchers from all scientific subject areas who have done work onwater such as Biology, Life Sciences, and Environmental Science; Business, Management, Administration, Finance, and Economics; Chemistry, Physics and Materials Science; Engineering and Medicine; Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities. You may participate as panel organizer, presenter of one paper, chair a session or observer. For programs of previous conferences and other information, please visit the conference website: http://www.atiner.gr/water.htm. Fee structure information is available on www.atiner.gr/fees.htm.

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Email: atiner@atiner.gr / Phone:

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Sustainable Development Goals – A water perspective

17 - 18 Aug 2015 - Aug 2015 @
Maritim Hotel Bonn

Maritim Hotel Bonn, Bonn

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Global Water System Project (GWSP) and Future Earth with the support of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research is organizing the conference “Sustainable Development Goals : A water perspective” to be held in Bonn during 17-18th of August. This conference will bring together available information, identify knowledge and action gaps, share lessons on viable instruments and approaches, facilitate networks and create a platform for moving toward action on the SDGs with a perspective on water. It will create an opportunity for co-production of knowledge, incubate ideas involving scientists and different stakeholders to be partners in the post-2015 development process, and develop knowledge-to-concrete actions and innovative solutions while implementing and monitoring the achievement of the SDGs. The conference is uniquely timed as a last major conference to review the finalized draft outcome document before the adoption of SDGs and present a common viewpoint on the draft of the Future Water Agenda from multi stakeholder perspective before the 70th session of the UN General Assembly. The conference will focus on the three "I"s-Indicators, Interlinkages and Implementation The conference will bring together experts in the field of water to present and discuss the above three aspects of SDGs in plenaries, parallel sessions, and joint synthesis discussions. With the participation of global water science community, policy and decision makers, non-governmental organizations, industry representatives along with UN-organization, the conference intends to play a key role in bringing different communities together in international policy consultation process on SDGs, developing indicators, understanding interlinkages and discussions on how to implement SDGs.

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Email: gwsp.ipo@uni-bonn.de / Phone: +49228736186

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Tailings 2015

19 - 21 Aug 2015 - Aug 2015 @
Grand Hyatt Hotel

Grand Hyatt Hotel, Santiago

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Increased tailings production in mining acompanied with the increased size of deposits pose great challenges. Aspects such as physical stability and water recovery are relevant for obtaining a social license to operate. Tailings 2015 will address issues such as design, construction, operation and closure of tailings facilities, all of which are essential to the development of sustainable mining.

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Email: tailings@gecamin.com / Phone: 56 2 2652 1577

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International Conference on Clean Water, Air & Soil (CleanWAS)

25 - 28 Aug 2015 - Aug 2015 @
Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya

Hotel Armada Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur

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CleanWAS is the conference organized every year since 2012 under The International Water, Air and Soil Conservation society (INWASCON) with joint supports from Malaya University, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and University Putra Malaysia . The former conference of CleanWAS, attracted about 100 attendees from all of the world. The aim of CleanWAS 2015 is to provide productive opportunities for academics and practitioners from interdisciplinary fields of Environmental Sciences to meet, share and take away expertise and ideas in related disciplines. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and academician in the domain of interest from around the globe. CleanWAS 2015 offers interdisciplinary themes of quality R&D topical developments from potential contributors and experts and provides an opportunity in bring in the new techniques and horizons that will contribute to clean environment. We will publish a conference proceedings for CleanWAS 2015, the proceedings will be sent to review by ISI, EI, Google Scholar etc. Authors can select to publish his/ her papers to our cooperative journals.

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Email: ashraf@cleanwas.org / Phone: +60 25678412

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UF-SWRO Plant Operation, Cost & Fouling Management

30 Aug 2015 @
San Diego

San Diego, San Diego

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The advanced and specialized membrane desalination technology training course offers independent, user-minded and fresh perspectives on effective management of key aspects of UF & SWRO plant operations, membrane fouling and O&M cost management, based on hands-on and field experience of over 32 years worldwide, mostly in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Malta and the United States. It will train participants on how to effectively manage membrane fouling via innovative real-time and early detection, monitoring and resolution tools, such as the unique Permeability Monitor for UF/MF systems and the Fouling Monitor for SWRO/NF systems, before the plant starts to suffer irreversibly or undergo massive and unscheduled cleaning cycles, maintenance shutdowns, membrane replacements and losses in productivity, quality and overall cost effectiveness of desalinated water. The course's presentations, real plant case studies and discussions reflect this enormous and unique combination of technical expertise, practical experience and on-site training of plant and business managers, engineers, supervisors, operators and technicians since 1983. For more information, including detailed course agenda, early-bird, half-day and group discounted registration fees and to reserve your seat, please go to www.masartraining.com or contact margaret@masar.com.

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Email: margaret@masar.com / Phone: 15205445657

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Next steps for the water industry: prices, regulation and infrastructure

10 Sep 2015 @
TBC Central London

TBC Central London, London

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This seminar focuses on the development of the water industry in the UK following Ofwat's Price Review which sets the prices companies can charge over the 2015-2020 period. Sessions will assess the regulatory framework, investment priorities and measures to ensure there is a stable supply of water across the country. Further discussion will evaluate the impact of the Government's Water Act 2014 and how new technology and intelligent networks can benefit suppliers and consumers. The seminar will bring together senior policymakers with industry experts and representatives, advisors and commentators, finance and legal experts, local government and citizen’s groups, academics, and others with an interest in the issues. At this early stage, we are pleased that Sarah Hendry, Interim Director of Water and Flood Management, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs; David Black, Director of Economics, Ofwat; Dr Tony Ballance, Strategy & Regulation Director, Severn Trent Water; Johanna Dow, Chief Executive, Business Stream; Nick Fincham, Director of Strategy & Regulation, Thames Water; Dr Mark Fletcher, Director and Global Water Business Leader, Arup; Dr Norman Lowe, President, Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management and Tony Smith, Chief Executive, Consumer Council for Water have agreed to speak at this seminar. Lord Redesdale, CEO, Energy Managers Association has agreed to chair part of this seminar. This seminar is supported by Gemserv Ltd

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Email: info@forumsupport.co.uk / Phone:

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2nd Annual GCC Power and Water Forum

14 - 15 Sep 2015 - Sep 2015 @
Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi

Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi

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The GCC Power and Water Forum is a unique global platform for promoting power and water sustainability in GCC region. PWF brings together world leaders, field experts, academia luminaries and business innovators to accelerate the development of new sustainable strategies and technologies. GCC Power and Water Forum will continue to foster innovation, best practice and collaboration to offer tangible solutions to the pressing issue of water scarcity. Hosted and Organized by BE Summits, GCC Power and Water Forum is focused towards exclusivity and content

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Email: amy.pereira@besummits.com / Phone: +918049637000

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RecycleWater 2015- National Water Recycling & Reuse Technology

29 - 30 Sep 2015 - Sep 2015 @
Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne

Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne, Melbourne

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• Future directions for recycling in Australia: where will we be in 2030? • Recycling developments in China, Korea and Japan-Case studies • The economics of water recycling and water services • Policy settings, regulatory frameworks and recycled water schemes • Meeting the challenges in applying the Australian guidelines for water recycling • Industrial water recycling opportunities- Case Studies • Remote & regional water reuse schemes- Case Studies • Water recycling case studies at Green • Square, the old Brewery redevelopment site and the Bangaroo site- Case Studies • Indirect Potable recycling system by replenishing groundwater with recycled water-Case Study • Water Recycling in Food Production • Overview of new innovative technologies for treating and reusing industrial wastewater • Recycled Water for Clothes Washing Machines • Challenges and opportunities in water management for Resources sector in Australia • Managed aquifer recharge with infiltration galleries and Soil Aquifer Treatment • Recycled Water Investment Decisions: Case Studies in Balancing the Real Costs, Benefits, and Risks and more case studies. Register 2 & get 2 Free. For more information contact us – info@ibrc.com.au www.ibrc.com.au Sponsorship & Exhibition- sponsorship@ibrc.com.au

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Email: jay@ibrc.com.au / Phone: +61 2 98960776

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