“Implementation of integrated solutions for cities, utilities, industries and finance. ” The Amsterdam International Water Week Summit 2018 is the place to accelerate the ongoing progress on water issues led by the AIWW Conference series. The outcomes of AIWW Conference 2017 will be reviewed, dialogue and roundtable discussions will be stimulated by presentations given by…
The International Society for Subsurface Microbiology (ISSM) is made up of microbiologists, ecologists, geoscientists, and other researchers around the world fascinated by the various aspects of subsurface microbiology, a rapidly expanding field that focuses on microbial life below the surface of the earth.
This large international and multidiscipinary water conference is convened within the framework of the WUR 100 years centennial celebrations, and is jointly organised by WUR, Deltares, KWR Watercycle Research Institute, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) and the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL).
The theme of the 16th issue of the AD conference is “Accelerating natural cycles with anaerobic digestion.” We accelerate natural cycles from small to large scale on sewage, sludge, manure or agrowaste. We increasingly treat industrial wastewater anaerobically, and these engineered digestion systems allow recovery of energy and resources including
By Piet Dircke, Global Leader Water Management at Arcadis: Global issues such as climate change are compounding in urban spaces, creating complex challenges. Cities and metropolitan regions around the world are acknowledging that local leadership must rethink the capacity, use and functionality of the urban water system and waterfront space. The urban water challenges of…
Extreme weather events, causing floods, droughts, can have major implications for the performance of water and wastewater infrastructure and services, and the availability of good quality water. Related to sanitation, post-flood areas show a significant occurrence of water-related infectious diseases.
The Amsterdam International Water Week (AIWW) is the platform bringing together leaders from government, the private sector, academics and society all over the world; together we will explore a new era of Sustainable Development Goals that represent a global process of resiliency, optimal resource efficiency and transition to circular economies.
The 6th International Conference on Swimming Pool and Spa will continue the focus on health, safety and quality of swimming pools and spas with oral, flash and poster presentations during a four day conference. The conference is designed to be the place where new ideas are introduced and the opportunity is provided to interact with the “best of the best”. For those who are looking to introduce new ideas and concepts,…..
Information Technology (IT) enabled solutions for integrated urban water management are the key to realizing a significant reduction in water consumption, environmental emissions and costs, and an improvement of water quality and control of installations. Today, water management only addresses autonomous parts , leading to a highly segregated water sector. IT enabled solutions can solve…
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.