IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition

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Water is the lifeblood of the world and never more so than in Montréal, Canada, where 4,500 water professionals will gather in September 2010 for the International Water Association (IWA) World Water Congress and Exhibition.

  • The key topics to be discussed at this event are:
  • the science and application of water management 
  • water, climate and energy 
  • cities of the future 
  • managing utilities and their assets 
  • securing new and traditional water resources for the future 
  • water, ecosystems and catchments 
  • water and health.

The IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition is a high-profile biennial event that in previous years has been held in Vienna, Beijing, Marrakech, Melbourne, Berlin and Paris. In 2010, the Association is partnering with the Canadian Water and Wastewater Association (CWWA) and the Canadian Association on Water Quality (CAWQ) to hold the event in Montréal.

The International Water Association is a global network of 10,000 individual and 400 corporate water professionals in 130 countries. IWA members span the continuum between research and practice and cover all facets of the water cycle, from the science and management of drinking water, wastewater and stormwater to the conservation of water resources throughout the world.

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