SIWW

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SIWWSingapore International Water Week
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Held in between the main SIWW editions, the SIWW Spotlight series are exclusive by-invitation events to continue the dialogue from SIWW and foster ongoing exchanges on pressing challenges faced by the water industry worldwide.
With the pioneering projects in the clean energy sector, the mega-investments and rapid growth of R&D centres, plus Singapore's efforts in hosting global knowledge-sharing events such as SIWW, and the government's commitment to develop R&D and manpower capabilities, Singapore is well poised to be a leader in this fast-growing sector.
The outcomes from the two-day summit will be supplemented with case studies and compiled into a global blueprint for water solutions, and will help shape the content and discussions for SIWW 2016.
R&D and innovation are at the forefront of the quest for water sustainability, and SIWW connects leaders and organizations across the water ecosystem to exchange ideas and experiences on real-world solutions, establishing valuable partnerships in these areas.
The SIWW is a global platform for industry leaders, practitioners and policy makers to showcase their latest water technologies, exchange enriching insights on industry trends and offer partnership opportunities in the key emerging water markets.
She has helped many communities make informed decisions inspiring a new vision and appreciation for integrated water solutions, and will share her knowledge of how to create this understanding, acceptance and support of water reuse with SIWW attendees on the afternoon of the June 25.
Through #SIWWPledge, we want to do our part to rally the global community towards finding sustainable water and sanitation solutions for the world," said Mr Maurice Neo, Managing Director of SIWW.
SIWW, Singapore, June 25, 2009 - (ACN Newswire) - Three research groups from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and National University of Singapore (NUS) will each receive close to S$2 million of research funds to carry out R&D on the rapid detection of the waterborne parasite Cryptosporidium spp.
SIWW, Singapore, June 25, 2009 - (ACN Newswire) - Dow Epoxy Systems, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company (Dow), and RS Technik Group (including RS Technik, RS Lining Systems and Maxliner) announced today that they will form a global commercial alliance focusing on the sewer pipeline rehabilitation market, specifically on the trenchless technology called cured-in-place pipe (CIPP).
This agreement follows from an umbrella Master Research Collaboration Agreement formed between Sembcorp and NTU-NEWRI at last year's SIWW.
Over the years, SIWW has established itself as a global platform for connecting the public sector with the private sector, water technology start-ups with potential investors, buyers with sellers, essentially to co-create water and enable solutions to meet these challenges.