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WELCOME MESSAGE

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SPONSORS & PARTNERS

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SPECIAL THANKS

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

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TRANSPORT SCHEDULE

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KEY PROGRAMMES

LEE KUAN YEW WATER PRIZE

WATER LEADERS SUMMIT

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WATER CONVENTION

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BUSINESS FORUMS

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INDUSTRIAL WATER SOLUTIONS FORUM

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TECHXCHANGE

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HYDRO-GEN

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SITE VISITS

SITE VISTS

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CO-LOCATED EVENTS

CO-LOCATED EVENTS

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FLOOR PLANS

SITE MAPS

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WATER EXPO FLOOR PLAN

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DELEGATE PRIVILEGES

DELEGATE PRIVILEGES

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GREENING YOUR DELEGATE EXPERIENCE

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NOTES & APPOINTMENTS

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Welcome

Welcome


E vent Faci lities FACILITIES

CONTACTS

LOCATION

Business Centre and Mail Centre

Business Centre: Tel: +65 6688 3088 Fax: +65 6688 3089

Level 3

OPERATING HOURS 8.00am – 8.00pm

Services available include rental of telecommunicating on equipment, printing, photocopying and other business- related services.

DESCRIPTION

Mail & Package Centre: Tel: +65 6688 3083 Fax: +65 6688 3082 Medical Centre

Tel: +65 6688 2544

Angsana 3F, Level 3

8.30am – 6.00pm

For emergency assistance after 6.00pm please contact +65 6688 2546

Event Service Centre

Tel: +65 6688 2541

Hall F, Basement 2

8.30am – 6.00pm

Exhibitors can seek assistance at the Event Service Centre.

Media Centre

Tel: +65 6688 2545

Heliconia 3511, Level 3

Information Desk

Tel: +65 6688 2543

Hall A Foyer, Level 1

8.00am – 6.00pm

Connect@SIWW

Tel: +65 9741 6448 Geoffrey Stephens (PUB)

Booth B2 – C02, Hall D, Basement 2

9.30am – 5.30pm

The business matchmaking concierge for registered delegates and exhibitors. If you need help to locate a delegate or exhibitor, please visit the Connect@SIWW lounge.

Founding Sponsors / Exhibitors Lounge & SIWW 2016 Sales Office

Tel: + 65 9 736 6864

Booth B2 – E32, Hall D, Basement 2

9.30am – 5.30pm

Admission to this lounge is reserved for exhibitors only.

Founding Sponsors Club

Hall E Foyer Basement 2

9.30am – 5.30pm

Admission to this lounge is reserved for Founding Sponsors and one invited guest only.

Industry-to-Industry Networking Lounge

Hall B, Level 1

9.30am – 5.30pm

Admission to this lounge is reserved for exhibitors and invited trade visitors.

Internet Kiosk

Rear of Hall F Basement 2

9.30am – 5.30pm

Offers internet; visitors will be able to check email and access internet during exhibition opening hours.

Food & Beverage

Halls A-C, Level 1

9.30am – 5.30pm

Food & Beverage concession stands are available within exhibition halls on Level 1 and Basement 2.

Ruth Cheah

31 May – 4 June 2014 8.30am – 8.00pm

Media Centre allows exhibitors and the media to exchange information.

Sales Manager

Halls D - F Basement 2 Prayer Room

Hall D Basement 2

9.30am – 5.30pm

Gen er al I n fo rmatio n Water Expo Opening Hours

2 – 4 June 2014 (Monday - Wednesday)

Admission Policy

Admission to Water Expo is strictly by trade registration only. The Organisers reserve the right to refuse entry to non-trade visitors and minors. All passes are to be collected on-site at the registration counters. As identity checks may be carried out at the security check –point, you are advised to bring along your personal identification documents or driving license.

Security Regulations

Personal identification documents must be carried by all personnel at all times while at exhibition site so as to facilitate security checks.

Disclaimer

The Organisers will not accept any responsibility for theft, loss or damage of exhibits, stores or any other equipment belonging to Exhibitors, contractors or visitors. Exhibitors must arrange their own insurance to cover all stages of the Exhibition.

Taxi Booking Service

One Call Hotline : +65 6342 5222 [6-DIAL-CAB)

9.30am – 5.30pm (Last admission is at 5.00pm)

Citycab/Comfort Taxi : +65 6552 1111 SMRT Taxi: +65 6555 8888 Trans Cab: +65 6555 3333 Emergency Numbers

Police : 999 Ambulance/Fire Brigade: 995 Flight Information: 1800 542 4422 Tourist Information Hotline (Mon – Sun, 8.00am – 9.00pm) Tel: 1800 736 2000


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Welco m e M es sage

The Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) provides the global platform to drive collaborative efforts and co-create innovative water solutions. Dr Vivian Balakrishnan

Minister for the Environment and Water Resources Singapore This rapidly changing world is thirsty for effective and innovative water solutions. Earlier this year, the World Economic Forum highlighted water crises as the third global risk of highest concern. Subsequently, a report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warned of the impact of extreme climate events, such as droughts and floods, on water, food supply and infrastructure. In Singapore, we too face water challenges. We experienced an unprecedented 27-day dry spell over February and early March this year. Fortunately, our investments in technology, which led to the introduction of NEWater and desalinated water, paid off, and we were able to tap on these weatherresilient sources to maintain our water supply. There are many benefits in synchronising efforts, pooling resources and sharing best practices across the public and private sectors to catalyse the development of solutions to water challenges. The Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) provides the global platform to drive these collaborative efforts and co-create innovative water solutions. For this year’s SIWW, you can expect a better and more exciting programme with an impressive line-up of eminent speakers. Held jointly with the World Cities Summit and CleanEnviro Summit Singapore, it will be a unique integrated showcase of urban sustainability. The SIWW 2014 will focus discussions on four key areas: ‘integrated urban solutions’, ‘municipal water’, ‘industrial water’ and ‘the future of water’. Over 20,000 delegates and trade visitors from across the global water value chain will be at SIWW, of which 500 of the world’s top water leaders will be participating at the high-level Water Leaders Summit to examine issues and challenges affecting the world’s water ecosystem in the face of change. At last year’s SIWW Water Utilities Leaders Forum held in Singapore, water utilities around the world have clearly expressed that having good governance and leadership, financial sustainability, community engagement and innovation were critical in securing water for the future. We will therefore open

this conversation this year to Ministers, policymakers and industry captains at the Water Leaders Summit, to see how we can further derive innovative solutions to help water utilities worldwide overcome their issues in these four areas. Globally, the water industry is experiencing manpower challenges as few young water professionals are joining the sector and the workforce ages. In response to these challenges, we will have a strong focus on developing future talent for the water industry for the first time at SIWW. The youth and talent development component, Hydro-gen - which comprises two key programmes, the HydroPreneur Programme and Young Water Leaders Summit - seeks to nurture the next generation of water leaders and entrepreneurs, and facilitate interactive dialogues on water issues. We will also continue to closely examine the industrial water sector and match-make solution providers with large water users who are at the Industrial Water Solutions Forum. In addition, we are encouraging the commercialisation of innovative water technologies through platforms such as the TechXchange and the inaugural Innovations Pavilion at Water Expo. I would like to congratulate this year’s Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize laureate, the Orange County Water District, which has distinguished itself for its pioneering work in groundwater management, water reclamation using advanced water reuse technologies and community outreach efforts. They are an inspiration to those of us who are searching for innovative solutions to address today’s challenges. Finally, let me take this opportunity to thank our Strategic Partners, the Singapore Millennium Foundation, our Founding Sponsors, as well as other sponsors and supporting organisations for their continued support of the Singapore International Water Week. I wish all delegates and participants an enriching experience at SIWW and a pleasant stay in Singapore.


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Shaping our future with water In less than five decades, Singapore has overcome its water shortages despite a lack of natural water resources and pollution in its rivers. Today, all Singaporeans have access to clean, safe drinking water at the turn of the tap. PUB, Singapore’s national water agency has helped to create innovative solutions for Singapore’s water challenges. Our strategic planning and careful investments in research and technology have helped to build a robust and diversified supply of water known as the ‘Four National Taps’. These are made up of local catchment water, imported water, NEWater and desalinated water. As we look to the future, we will continue to shape new successes with water.

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW


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Pro gr am m e Overvie w 9:00am

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10:00am

10:30am

11:00am

11:30am

12:00pm

12:30pm

1:00pm

1:30pm

2:00pm

2:30pm

3:00pm

3:30pm

4:00pm

4:30pm

5:00pm

5:30pm

6:00pm

6:30pm - 8:30pm

9:00pm

10th Asia Pacific Infrastructure Ministers Meeting <Senior Officers Meeting> (By Invitation Only)

31 May Sat

SIWW Young Water Leaders Summit 9.00am-5.30pm, Gallery Cafe, Level 2, Marina Barrage WCS Young Leaders Symposium SIWW Young Water Leaders Summit 9.00am-5.30pm, Gallery Cafe, Level 2, Marina Barrage Site Visits Hot Issues Workshop: Next Generation Biotechnologies for Wastewater Treatment (Anaerobic Ammonium Oxidation-based Technology for Nitrogen Management) 9.00am-12.30pm, Heliconia 3401B, Level 3 Lunch 12.30pm-1.30pm, Cassia 3203, Level 3

Hot Issues Workshop: Adapting Cities for Flood Resilience 9.00am-12.30pm, Cassia 3301A, Level 3

1 Jun Sun

Hot Issues Workshop: Exploring New Treatment Paradigms for Potable Water Reuse 1.30pm-5.00pm, Cassia 3301A, Level 3

Hot Issues Workshop: Sustainable Water Solutions for Industrial Precincts 9.00am-12.30pm, Cassia 3201B, Level 3

Hot Issues Workshop: Next Generation Biotechnologies for Wastewater Treatment (Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactors) 1.30pm-5.00pm, Heliconia 3401B, Level 3

Opening Ceremony & Welcome Reception

Hot Issues Workshop: Water Supply for Extreme Events 1.30pm-5.00pm, Cassia 3201B, Level 3

GOH: Mr Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister, Singapore

Networking Lunch 1.10pm-2.00pm, Cassia 3204, Level 3

TechXchange 9.00am-6.00pm, Begonia 3001A, Level 3

TechXchange 9.00am-6.00pm, Begonia 3001A, Level 3

WCS City Showcase Mayors Forum Lunch & Ministerial Welcome Lunch

WCS Mayors Forum (By Invitation Only)

6.00pm-9.30pm Opening Ceremony - Ballroom A-H, Level 5 Welcome Reception - Expo Hall A-C, Level 1 & Hall D - F, Basement 2

10th Asia Pacific Infrastructure Ministers Meeting <Ministers Meeting> (By Invitation Only) Safe & Liveable Cities Forum

Integrated Site Visit 1: Punggol 21+

Integrated Site Visit 2: Singapore River and Marina Bay CESS Site Visits Tea Break 3.00pm3.30pm, Foyer Area, Level 5

2 Jun Mon

In-Conversation 9.00am-10.15am, Sands Grand Ballroom L, Level 5

Tea Break 10.15am10.45am, Foyer Area, Level 5

Joint Opening Plenary 10.45am-12.30pm, Sands Grand Ballroom L, Level 5

Networking Lunch 12.30pm-1.30pm, Heliconia 3401A, Level 3

Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize Lecture & Singapore Water Lecture 1.30pm-3.00pm, Sands Grand Ballroom L, Level 5

Water Convention Poster Presentation 3.30pm-5.30pm, Foyer Area, Level 3 Hydro Pitch Day 3.30pm-5.30pm, Cassia JR 3211, Level 3 Industrial Park Business Forum 3.00pm - 5.30pm, Expo Hall D, Basement 2 Industrial Water Solutions Forum 3.00pm - 6.30pm, Expo Hall C, Level 1 UN Secretary-Generalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Advisory Board 22nd Meeting (By Invitation Only) 3.30pm-5.00pm, Jasmine JR 3813, Level 3 Lee Kuan Yew World City Forum Clean Environment Leaders Summit

Water Expo, WCS Pavilion & WasteMET Asia Halls A-C, Level 1 & Halls D â&#x20AC;&#x201C; F, Basement 2, 9.30am - 5.30pm (Last admission 5.00pm) WCS City Showcase

Singapore International Water Week (SIWW)

World Cities Summit (WCS)

Joint Programme

CleanEnviro Summit Singapore (CESS)

Co-located Events

Lee Kuan Yew Prize Award Ceremony & Banquet GOH: Mr Tony Tan Keng Yam, President, Singapore 6.30pm-9.30pm The Ritz Carlton Millenia, Singapore

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Pro gr am m e Overvie w 9:00am

9:30am

10:00am

10:30am

11:00am

11:30am

12:00pm

12:30pm

1:00pm

1:30pm

2:00pm

2:30pm

3:00pm

3:30pm

4:00pm

4:30pm

5:00pm

5:30pm

6:00pm

6:30pm - 8:30pm

Water Expo, WCS Pavilion & WasteMET Asia Halls A-C, Level 1 & Halls D â&#x20AC;&#x201C; F, Basement 2. 9.30am - 5.30pm (Last admission 5.00pm) Water Leaders at the Breakfast Table 8.15am9.30am, Jasmine 3801A, Level 3

3 Jun Tue

Water Leaders Rountable: Water for All Solutions for a Better Future 9.30am - 11.00am, Jasmine 3801A, Level 3

Water Convention Keynote Plenary 9.00am-10.30am, Begonia 3001B, Level 3

Tea Break 10.30am11.00am, Foyer Area, Level 3

Water Leaders Dialogue 1: Breaking Boundaries Developing a Better Water Utility 11.15am - 12.45pm, Hibiscus 3701A, Level 3 Water Leaders Dialogue 2: Future-Proofing our Cities 11.15am - 12.45pm, Hibiscus 3704, Level 3

Water Leaders Summit Closing 1.00pm 1.30pm Jasmine 3801A, Level 3

One-to-One Networking Meeting 2.30pm-4.00pm, Hibiscus 3704, Level 3

Networking Lunch 1.30pm-2.30pm, Jasmine 3801A, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 1A: Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Networks) 11.00am-5.30pm, Begonia JR 3011, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 1A: Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Networks) 11.00am-5.30pm, Begonia JR 3011, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 1B: Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Treatment) 11.00am-5.30pm, Begonia JR 3111, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 1B: Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Treatment) 11.00am-5.30pm, Begonia JR 3111, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 2A: Effective and Efficient Wastewater Management (Treatment Processes & Energy Recovery) 11.00am-5.30pm, Cassia JR 3211, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 2A: Effective and Efficient Wastewater Management (Treatment Processes & Energy Recovery) 11.00am-5.30pm, Cassia JR 3211,Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 2B: Effective and Efficient Wastewater Management (Asset Management & Resource Recovery) 11.00am-5.30pm, Cassia JR 3311, Level 3

Networking Lunch 12.30pm-2.00pm, Heliconia 3401A, Level 3

Networking Events by Partners and Sponsors Water Convention Parallel Track 2B: Effective and Efficient Wastewater Management (Asset Management & Resource Recovery) 11.00am-5.30pm, Cassia JR 3311, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 3: Water for Liveability and Resilience 11.00am-5.30pm, Cassia 3201B, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 3: Water for Liveability and Resilience 11.00am-5.30pm, Cassia 3201B, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 4: Water Quality & Health 11.00am-5.30pm, Cassia 3301A, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 4: Water Quality & Health 11.00am-5.30pm, Cassia 3301A, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 5: Water for Industries 11.00am-5.30pm, Cassia 3203, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 5: Water for Industries 11.00am-5.30pm, Cassia 3203, Level 3

UN Secretary-Generalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Advisory Board 22nd Meeting (By Invitation Only) Jasmine JR 3813, Level 3 Southeast Asia Business Forum 2.30pm - 5.30pm, Expo Hall D, Basement 2 Middle East and North Africa Business Forum 2.30pm-5.30pm, Expo Hall C, Level 1 WCS City Showcase, WCS Plenary 1, WCS Themes (1-5), WCS Plenary 2 Clean Environment Leaders Summit, Clean Environment Regulators Roundtable, Clean Environment Convention

Singapore International Water Week (SIWW)

World Cities Summit (WCS)

Joint Programme

CleanEnviro Summit Singapore (CESS)

Co-located Events

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Pro gr am m e Overvie w 9:00am

9:30am

10:00am

10:30am

11:00am

11:30am

12:00pm

12:30pm

1:00pm

1:30pm

2:00pm

2:30pm

3:00pm

3:30pm

4:00pm

4:30pm

5:00pm

5:30pm

6:00pm

6:30pm - 8:30pm

9:00pm

Water Expo, WCS Pavilion & WasteMET Asia Halls A-C, Level 1 & Halls D â&#x20AC;&#x201C; F, Basement 2. 9.30am - 5.30pm (Last admission 5.00pm) India Business Forum 9.30am-12.30pm, Expo Hall C, Level 1

4 Jun Wed

China Business Forum 2.00pm-5.00pm, Expo Hall C, Level 1

Water Convention Parallel Track 1A: Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Networks) 9.00am-5.30pm, Begonia JR 3011, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 1A: Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Networks) 9.00am-5.30pm, Begonia JR 3011, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 1B: Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Treatment) 9.00am-5.30pm, Begonia JR 3111, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 1B: Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Treatment) 9.00am-5.30pm, Begonia JR 3111, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 2A: Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Treatment Processes & Energy Recovery) 9.00am-5.30pm, Cassia JR 3211, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 2A: Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Treatment Processes & Energy Recovery) 9.00am-5.30pm, Cassia JR 3211, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 2B: Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Asset Management & Resource Recovery) 9.00am-5.30pm, Cassia JR 3311, Level 3

Networking Lunch 12.30pm-2.00pm, Heliconia 3401A, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 2B: Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Asset Management & Resource Recovery) 9.00am-5.30pm, Cassia JR 3311, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 3: Water for Liveability and Resilience 9.00am-5.30pm, Cassia 3201B, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 3: Water for Liveability and Resilience 9.00am-5.30pm, Cassia 3201B, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 4: Water Quality & Health 9.00am-5.30pm, Cassia 3301A, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 4: Water Quality & Health 9.00am-5.30pm, Cassia 3301A, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 5: Water for Industries 9.00am-5.30pm, Cassia 3203, Level 3

Water Convention Parallel Track 5: Water for Industries 9.00am-5.30pm, Cassia 3203, Level 3

Public Private Partnership Business Forum 9.30am - 12.30pm, Expo Hall D, Basement 2

Desalination and Water Reuse Business Forum 2.00pm-5.00pm, Expo Hall D, Basement 2

Industrial Water Solutions Forum 9.30am-12.30pm, Jasmine 3804 & 3805, Level 3

Industrial Water Solutions Forum 2.00pm-5.00pm, Jasmine 3804 & 3805, Level 3 UN Secretary-Generalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Advisory Board 22nd Meeting (By Invitation Only) 9.00am-5.30pm, Jasmine JR 3813, Level 3 WCS City Showcase, In Focus Forums, Site Visits

Clean Environment Regulators Roundtable, Clean Environment Convention, Business Forum, Site Visits

5 Jun Thu

Singapore International Water Week (SIWW)

Site Visits

World Cities Summit (WCS)

Joint Programme

CleanEnviro Summit Singapore (CESS)

Co-located Events

Closing Dinner Hosts: Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, Singapore & Mr Khaw Boon Wan, Minister for National Development, Singapore 6.00pm-9.30pm S.E.A. Aquarium, Resorts World Sentosa

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Tr rt Sch edu le Transpo ansporT schedule Date

SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL WATER WEEK

First Bus Pick Up

Tr ansporT schedu le Last Bus Pick Up

Location * Sands Expo & Convention Center, Marina Bay Sands, Pick up point: Hall B Foyer, Level 1

Date

Site Visits

WORLD CITIES SUMMIT

Tour 1 - Closing the Water Loop - A Sustainable Solution

4 June 2014, Wednesday

9.00am

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 1 Site

1.00pm

-

From Tour 1 Site to Marina Bay Sands

Singapore Botanic Gardens 4 June 2014, Wednesday

9.00am

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 2 Site

1.00pm

-

From Tour 2 Site to Marina Bay Sands

CLEANENVIRO SUMMIT SINGAPORE

Tour 3 - Bringing People Closer to Water Kallang River @ Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park --> Sungei Ulu Pandan

WORLD CITIES SUMMIT

9.00am

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 7 Site

12.30pm

-

From Tour 7 Site to Marina Bay Sands

Tour 8 - Singapore Botanic Gardens

Tuaspring Desalination Plant --> Industrial Used Water Recycling Plant @ Jurong

1 June 2014, Sunday & 5 June 2014, Thursday

9.00am

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 8 Site

12.30pm

-

From Tour 8 Site to Marina Bay Sands

Site Visits Tour 1 - Clean Land & Cities (Intergrated Solid Waste Management Showcase) Keppel Seghers Tuas Waste --> Energy Plant

9.00am

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 3 Site

1.00pm

-

From Tour 3 Site to Marina Bay Sands

4 June 2014, Wednesday

3.00pm

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 1 Site

6.00pm

-

From Tour 1 Site to Marina Bay Sands

Site Visits

Tour 2 - Trash To Treasure (Plastic Recycling Technology Showcase)

Tour 1A - Singapore’s Public Housing

Eveready Manufacturing

HDB Gallery --> Toa Payoh Town Centre --> HDB Community Week Exhibition 1 June 2014, Sunday

2.15pm

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 1A Site

6.00pm

-

From Tour 1A Site to Marina Bay Sands

4 June 2014, Wednesday

1.15pm

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 1B Site

5.30pm

-

From Tour 1B Site to Marina Bay Sands

4 June 2014, Wednesday

JOINT PROGRAMME

Tour 2 - Skyrise Greenery in Singapore

From Tour 2 Site to Marina Bay Sands

3.00pm

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 2 Site

6.00pm

-

From Tour 2 Site to Marina Bay Sands

Integrated Site Visits

9.00am

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 2 Site

12.30pm

-

From Tour 2 Site to Marina Bay Sands

Punggol Waterway Park --> Punggol Point --> Treelodge@Punggol --> LRT Tour (Punggol to Coral Edge) --> Lorong Halus Wetland 1 June 2014, Sunday

Tour 3 - Green Buildings

9.00am

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 3 Site

12.30pm

-

From Tour 3 Site to Marina Bay Sands

8.30am

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 1 Site

12.30pm

-

From Tour 1 Site to Marina Bay Sands

Tour 2 - Singapore River & Marina Bay

Clean Tech Park’s Central Green Core --> Solaris --> Autodesk Asia Office

Fort Canning Jetty (Boat Tour) --> Marina Barrage --> Gardens by the Bay --> Marina Bay City Gallery 1 June 2014, Sunday

Tour 4 - The Sports Hub

2.15pm

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 2 Site

6.00pm

-

From Tour 2 Site to Marina Bay Sands

Networking Events

Singapore Sports Hub 4 June 2014, Wednesday

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 2 Site

-

Tour 1 - Punggol 21 + (Realising The Vision of New Towns)

Khoo Teck Puat Hospital --> ITE HQ & ITE College Central @ Ang Mo Kio

4 June 2014, Wednesday

-

6.00pm

Samwoh Corporation Pte Ltd

HDB Centre of Building Research --> Toa Payoh Town Centre --> Toa Payoh Town

4 June 2014, Wednesday

3.00pm

Tour 3 - Waste To Construction (Construction and Demolition Waste Management Showcase)

Tour 1B - Singapore’s Public Housing

4 June 2014, Wednesday

1.15pm

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 4 Site

5.30pm

-

From Tour 4 Site to Marina Bay Sands

Lee Kuan Yew Prize Award Ceremony & Banquet @ Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore 2 June 2014, Monday

Tour 5 - Cycling The North Eastern Riverine Loop

6.00pm

6.30pm

From Marina Bay Sands to Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

9.30pm

10.00pm

From Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore to Marina Bay Sands

5.30pm

7.00pm

From Marina Bay Sands to Resorts World Sentosa S.E.A Aquarium

9.00pm

10.00pm

From Resorts World Sentosa S.E.A Aquarium to Marina Bay Sands

Punggol Point Park --> Punggol Promenade --> Punggol Waterway --> Punggol Park Connector 4 June 2014, Wednesday

8.00am

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From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 5 Site

Closing Dinner @ Resorts World Sentosa S.E.A Aquarium

12.30pm

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From Tour 5 Site to Marina Bay Sands

4 June 2014, Wednesday

Tour 6 - Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve 4 June 2014, Wednesday

Location * Sands Expo & Convention Center, Marina Bay Sands, Pick up point: Hall B Foyer, Level 1

Tour 7 - Liveable City Centre

Tour 2 - Advancing with Membrane Technology in Desalination & Water Reuse

1 June 2014, Sunday & 5 June 2014, Thursday

Last Bus Pick Up

Singapore City Gallery --> Chinatown --> The Pinnacle Duxton

Changi Water Reclamation Plant --> Sembcorp NEWater Plant 1 June 2014, Sunday & 5 June 2014, Thursday

First Bus Pick Up

9.00am

-

From Marina Bay Sands to Tour 6 Site

12.30pm

-

From Tour 6 Site to Marina Bay Sands

Dress code for all site visits: Please be dressed in comfortable light clothing for warm weather and covered walking shoes. For safety reasons, NO shorts, skirts, bermudas, sandals or slippers are allowed.

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THE LEE KUAN YEW WATER PRIZE H o n o u r i n g E xc E l l E n c E i n Wat E r i n n ovat i o n

ORANGE COUNTY WATER DISTRICT LEE KUAN YEW WATER PRIZE 2014 LAUREATE The highlight of Singapore International Water Week (SIWW), the Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize honours outstanding contributions towards solving global water issues through applying innovative technologies or implementing policies and programmes that benefit humanity. The prestigious international award is named after Singaporeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first Prime Minister, Mr Lee Kuan Yew, whose foresight and leadership has aided Singapore in attaining a sustainable water supply. Orange County Water District (OCWD) was awarded the Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize 2014 for their pioneering work in groundwater management and water reclamation using advanced water reuse technologies. Achieving water sustainability through their comprehensive implementation model, they have paved the way for countries beyond their own and have benefitted millions in the process. This holistic model not only looks at scientific studies, technological development but also at public outreach and engagement which in turn has garnered public acceptance of water recycling for indirect potable use. OCWD will deliver the Singapore Water Lecture on 2 June 2014. For more on Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize, visit www.siww.com.sg/lee-kuan-yew-water-prize

lee Kuan Yew Water Prize Sponsor:


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Water Le aders Su m m it 2 June, Monday Time

Description

Venue

8.30am

Morning Coffee & Tea

Foyer Area, Level 5

9.00am

In-Conversation

Sands Grand Ballroom L, Level 5

The In-Conversation session provides delegates with a unique opportunity to hear from distinguished world leaders who are active in shaping the global landscape of cities, water, environment and sustainable development today against a backdrop of dynamic and complex forces of change. Speakers: • HE Angel Gurria, Secretary-General, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development • Mr Jean-Louis Chaussade, Chief Executive Officer, Suez Environnement Company • Mr Khaw Boon Wan, Minister for National Development, Singapore Moderator: • Professor Tommy Koh, Ambassador-at-Large, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore; and Chairperson, Water Leaders Summit 10.15am

Tea Break

Foyer Area, Level 5

10.45am

Opening Plenary – “Shaping our Cities, Water and Environment for a Liveable and Sustainable Future”

Sands Grand Ballroom L, Level 5

By 2040, two-thirds of the global population would be living in urban areas. While cities are engines of growth for many countries, the increased concentration of industrial, transport and agricultural activities places enormous pressures on urban environments and their hinterlands. Existing infrastructure for water, sanitation and housing is strained and environmental problems are exacerbated. With rising expectations of public service delivery and demand from citizens for a liveable and sustainable city, good leadership and governance are critical to achieve a clean environment, ensure the supply of clean, affordable drinking water, safe sanitation for all, and build urban resilience through climate-change adaptation and mitigation measures. At the Opening Plenary, high-level speakers from government, industry and international organisation sectors will share insights on cross-disciplinary urban, water and environment policy issues, highlighting the new challenges in the respective roles of city officials, business leaders, and civil society in co-creating liveable and sustainable cities. Speakers: • HE Chen Lei, Minister of Water Resources, China • The Honourable Gotabaya Rajapaksa, Secretary to the Ministry of Defence and Urban Development, Sri Lanka • The Right Honourable Greg Clark MP, Minister of State for Cities and Constitution, United Kingdom • Ms Helen Clark, Administrator, United Nations Development Programme • HE Kirsten Brosbøl, Minister for the Environment, Denmark • HE Melanie Schultz van Haegen-Maas Geesteranus, Minister for Infrastructure and Environment, The Netherlands • Mr Peter Bakker, President, World Business Council for Sustainable Development • HE Dr Rashid Ahmed bin Fahad, Minister of Environment and Water, United Arab Emirates Moderator: • Professor Tommy Koh, Ambassador-at-Large, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore; and Chairperson, Water Leaders Summit


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Water Le aders Su m m it Time

Description

Venue

12.30pm

Lunch

Cassia 3301A & Heliconia 3401A, Level 3; or Roselle Room, Level 4

1.30pm

Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize and Singapore Water Lecture

Sands Grand Ballroom L, Level 5

This session will feature lectures delivered by the Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize and World City Prize laureates, followed by a question-and-answer session. Topics would cover the challenges and issues associated with cities, environment and water. Speakers: • Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize Winner – Ms Cathy Green, Board Member, Orange County Water District • Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize Winner – Mr Zhou Naixiang, Mayor of Suzhou, China Moderator: • Professor Kishore Mahbubani, Dean, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore 3.00pm

Networking Meetings and Co-located Events

6.30pm

Lee Kuan Yew Prize Award Ceremony and Banquet (tickets sold separately) Guest-of-Honour: • Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam, President of Singapore

The Ritz Carlton Millennia, Singapore

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Water Le aders Su m m it 3 June, Tuesday Time

Description

Venue

8.00am

Morning Coffee & Tea

Jasmine and Hibiscus, Level 3

8.15am

Water Leaders at the Breakfast Table

Jasmine 3801A, Level 3

This session is designed as a platform primarily for delegates to interact and network through discussions on key water issues over breakfast. Table hosts will share their experiences pertaining to the topics to be discussed at the Water Leaders Summit, and subsequently engage in meaningful discussions with fellow water leaders. 9.30am

Water Leaders Roundtable - “Water for All: Solutions for a Better Future” (Co-organised with Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy; and International Desalination Association)

With rapid population growth, expanding urbanisation and increasing industrialisation, threats to water security and sustainability have never been more real. Join the conversation to develop the future of sustainable water resource management – one which considers all costs (social, economic and environmental) involved in achieving water security and leverages water to improve our liveability, sustainability and economic cost-competitiveness. Roundtable Chairperson: • Professor Asit Biswas, Founder, Third World Centre for Water Management Speakers: • HE Dr Abdulrahman Mohammed Al-Ibrahim, Governor, Saline Water Conversion Corporation • Dr Benedito Braga, President, World Water Council • HE Chen Lei, Minister of Water Resources, China • HE Djoko Kirmanto, Indonesian Minister of Public Works (TBC) • Dr Herbert Oberhänsli, Vice President, Economics and International Relations, Nestlé • Mr Patrick Decker, Chief Executive Officer & President, Xylem • Mr Tan Gee Paw, Chairman, PUB Singapore

Jasmine 3801A, Level 3


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Water Le aders Su m m it Time

Description

Venue

11.15am

Water Leaders Dialogues

Hibiscus 3701A, Level 3

WLS delegates will join one of two parallel dialogue sessions to have focused discussion on two themes of interest in the current context. Water Leaders Dialogue A - “Breaking Boundaries: Developing a Better Water Utility” (Co-organised with Black & Veatch) Rapid urbanisation, population growth and economic growth would lead to an exponential increase in water demand, and widen the gap between supply and demand if not managed properly. Based on current trends, the number of people living in areas of severe water stress is expected to grow to over 3.9 billion. Water leaders should continue to develop new practices that will enhance the way our utilities provide water services. Panellists at this Dialogue will expand on discussions from the SIWW Water Utilities Leaders Forum (SWULF) held in Sep 2013 regarding the 4 key focus areas identified: good governance and leadership, financial sustainability, community engagement and innovation. This session will also involve other stakeholders such as governments, international organisations and companies for more varied perspectives. Speakers: • Dr Abdullah Al-Alshaikh, Deputy Governor for Planning and Development, Saline Water Conversion Corporation; and President, International Desalination Association • Dr Bindu Lohani, Vice-President for Knowledge Management and Sustainable Development, Asian Development Bank • Mr Chew Men Leong, Chief Executive, PUB Singapore • HE Ek Sonn Chan, Secretary of State, Ministry of Industry and Handicraft, Cambodia • Ms Eleanor Allen, Global Business Line Director-Water, Arcadis • Mr George Hawkins, General Manager, District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority • Mr James Mitchell, Chief Financial Officer, Sydney Water • Mr Martien den Blanken, Chief Executive Officer, PWN • Mr Mike Markus, General Manager, Orange County Water District • Mr Steve Edwards, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Black & Veatch • Mrs Sue Murphy, Chief Executive Officer, Water Corporation • Ms Usha Rao-Monari, Chief Executive Officer, Global Water Development Partners / Blackstone Portfolio Company Dialogue Chairperson: • Ms Cindy Wallis-Lage, President, Black & Veatch Water

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Water Le aders Su m m it Time

Description

Venue

11.15am (cont.)

Water Leaders Dialogue B - “Future-Proofing our Cities” (Co-organised with AECOM)

Hibiscus 3704, Level 3

Cities seeking to thrive and prosper face daunting challenges from climate change and rapid urbanisation. Climate change resulting in more frequent extreme weather events and a rapidly growing urban population will put increasing strain on the resources of cities. A shift from a technocratic to a multi-disciplinary approach is needed whereby governments, the private sector and societies work together to produce solutions for future-proofing our cities. Through this Water Leaders Dialogue, challenges, opportunities, and potential solutions to urban environmental issues, in particular water planning, will be explored. Panellists will share insights on sustainable resource management and the necessary changes in urban planning and development needed to address future challenges; and innovative solutions for private companies to address challenges in the energy-water-waste nexus. Speakers: • Mr Dang Lianwen, Commissioner, Songliao River Commission • Mr Greg Koch, Director, Global Water Stewardship, Coca-Cola • Mr Jeremy Bentham, Vice President, Global Business Environment, Shell • Dr Lee Jung-moo, Chairman, National Committee for the 7th World Water Forum • Mr Michel Jarraud, Chair, UN-Water • Dr Peter Williams, Chief Technology Officer, Big Green Innovations, IBM • Mr Sean Chiao, Chief Executive, Building + Places, Asia-Pacific, AECOM • Mr Tony Conway, Strategic Programmes Director, United Utilities Dialogue Chairperson: • Ms Lucia Cade, Market Sector Leader, Water, AECOM 1.00pm

Closing Session Sum-up by Summit Chairperson Professor Tommy Koh and remarks by Dialogue Chairs, and Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, Singapore.

Jasmine 3801A, Level 3

1.30pm

Lunch

Jasmine 3801A, Level 3

2.30pm

One-to-One Networking Meetings

Hibiscus 3704, Level 3

Information accurate as of 12 May 2014


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WATER CO NVENTIO N pro gr am m e su m mary 1 June, Sunday Time

Description

9.00am

Water Convention Hot Issues Workshops (Morning Session)

1.30pm

6.00pm

Venue

1.

Next Generation Biotechnologies for Wastewater Treatment: Anaerobic Ammonium Oxidation-based Technology for Nitrogen Management Moderators: Mark van Loosdrecht & Beverley Stinson

Heliconia 3401B, Level 3

2.

Adapting Cities for Flood Resilience Moderators: Rob Skinner & Tony Wong

Cassia 3301A, Level 3

3.

Sustainable Water Solutions for Industrial Precincts Moderators: Glen Daigger & Johan Groen

Cassia 3201B, Level 3

Water Convention Hot Issues Workshops (Afternoon Session) 1.

Exploring New Treatment Paradigms for Potable Water Reuse Moderators: Jonathan Clement & Ian Law

Cassia 3301A, Level 3

2.

Next Generation Biotechnologies for Wastewater Treatment: Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactors Moderators: Gary Amy & David Stuckey

Heliconia 3401B, Level 3

3.

Water Supply for Extreme Events Moderators: Robert Bos & Marion Savill

Cassia 3201B, Level 3

Opening Ceremony

Ballroom A-H, Level 5

Welcome Reception

Expo Hall A-C, Level 1 & Hall D-F, Basement 2

2 June, Monday Time

Description

Venue

9.00am

In-Conversation

Sands Grand Ballroom L, Level 5

10.15am

Tea break

Foyer Area, Level 5

10.45am

Joint Opening Plenary

Sands Grand Ballroom L, Level 5

12.30pm

Networking Lunch

Heliconia 3401A, Level 3

1.30pm

Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize Lecture & Singapore Water Lecture

Sands Grand Ballroom L, Level 5

3.00pm

Tea break

Foyer Area, Level 5

3.30pm

Water Convention Poster Presentation

Foyer Area, Level 3

3 June, Tuesday Time

Event

Venue

9.00am

Water Convention Keynote Plenary 1. The Role of Technology & Innovation in Meeting the Water Needs of the 21st Century Cindy Wallis-Lage, Black & Veatchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Global Water Business (USA)

Begonia 3001B, Level 3

2. Maximizing Water and Resource Recovery from the Industrial Water Cycle

Glen Daigger, CH2M Hill (USA)

3. Water Management for Urban Liveability and Resilience - Connecting the Biophysical Evidence Tony Wong, Monash University (Australia) 4. Water Quality Challenges, Public Health Protection and Practical Realities David Cunliffe, South Australian Department of Health (Australia) Water Convention 2014 Conference Proceedings are now available online at www.waterconvention.siww2014.com


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WATER CONVENTION hot issues workshop 1 June, Sunday

Cassia 3301A, Level 3

Theme 1: Exploring New Treatment Paradigms for Potable Water Reuse Moderators: Mr Jonathan Clement, Director, PWN Technologies, Netherlands Mr Ian Law, Principal, IBL Solutions, Australia Time

Description

1.30pm

Setting the Stage & Objectives • Mr Jonathan Clement, Director, PWN Technologies, Netherlands

1.40pm

Targeted Contaminants and What Technologies Can Remove Them • Prof Shane Snyder, Co-Director, Arizona Laboratory for Emerging Contaminants, University of Arizona, USA

1.55pm

Alternative Treatment Technology Schemes • Mr John Poon, Principal Technologist, CH2M Hill, Australia

2.10pm

The Application of Risk Assessment and Health Based Targets to Define Acceptable Treatment Design • Dr Stuart Khan, Associate Professor, UNSW, Australia

2.25pm

Panel Discussion

3.30pm

Tea Break

4.00pm

Panel Discussion and Summary of Outcomes


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WATER CONVENTION hot issues workshop 1 June, Sunday

Heliconia 3401B, Level 3

Theme 2A: Next Generation Biotechnologies for Wastewater Treatment –Anaerobic Ammonium Oxidation-based Technology for Nitrogen Management Moderators: Prof Mark van Loosdrecht, Professor, TU-Delft, The Netherlands Dr Beverley Stinson, Vice-President, AECOM Water, USA Time

Description

9.00am

Welcome and Introduction • Mr Yahya Abd Ghani, Director, Water Reclamation (Plants), PUB Singapore

9.05am

Overview of Deammonification (Sidestream and Mainstream) • Prof Mark van Loosdrecht, Professor, TU-Delft, The Netherlands

9.25am

Fundamental Research Understanding of Deammonification • Dr Kartik Chandran, Associate Professor, Columbia University, USA

9.45am

Cold Anammox for Mainstream Nitrogen Removal from Municipal Wastewater (Case Study 1) • Dr Tim Hendrickx, Process Specialist, Paques BV, The Netherlands

10.05am

Strass & Glarnerland Full Scale Demonstration - Findings and Conclusions with Focus on Energy balance (Case Study 2) • Dr Bernhard Wett, Consultant, ARAconsult GmbH, Austria

10.25am

Roadmap to Energy Neutrality through the Use of Mainstream Deammonification at ENR Facilities • Dr Beverley Stinson, Vice-President, AECOM Water, USA

10.45am

Tea Break

11.00am

Nitrogen Removal from Mainstream by One-stage Hybrid Anammox System (Case Study 3) • Dr Shujun Zhang, Technical Director, Research & Development Centre, Beijing Drainage Group, China

11.20am

Full Scale Step-feed Mainstream at Changi WRP (Case Study 4)

11.50am

Dr Yeshi Cao, Process Advisor, PUB Singapore

Prof Mark van Loosdrecht, Professor, TU-Delft, The Netherlands

Prof Yu Liu, Professor, NTU, Singapore

Panel Discussion: Achieving Mainstream Deammonification in Warm Climates


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WATER CONVENTION hot issues workshop 1 June, Sunday

Heliconia 3401B, Level 3

Theme 2B: Next Generation Biotechnologies for Wastewater Treatment – Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactors Moderators: Dr Gary Amy, Director, Water Desalination and Reuse Center, KAUST, Saudi Arabia Prof David Stuckey, Professor, Imperial College, UK Time

Description

1.30pm

Welcome and Introduction • Dr Gary Amy, Director, Water Desalination and Reuse Center, KAUST, Saudi Arabia

1.35pm

Introduction on AnMBRs • Prof Perry McCarthy, Professor Emeritus, Stanford, USA

1.55pm

Anaerobic Fluidized Bioreactors for Highly-efficient Energy-neutral Treatment of Domestic Wastewater, even in Temperate Climates • Prof Perry McCarthy, Professor Emeritus, Stanford, USA

2.20pm

Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactor (AnMBR): Energy-Neutral (-Positive) Wastewater Treatment/Reuse • Dr Hong Peiying, Assistant Professor, KAUST, Saudi Arabia

2.40pm

Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactors: Promise and Problems • Prof David Stuckey, Professor, Imperial College, UK

3.00pm

Tea Break

3.30pm

AnMBR Technology Development For Sustainable Wastewater Treatment In Sub-Tropical Regions • Dr Martha Dagnew, Lead Engineer, GE Water and Power, Canada

3.50pm

Anaerobic Electrochemical Membrane Bioreactor (AnEMBR) for Low-Strength Wastewater Treatment with Resource Recovery • Dr Pascal Saikaly, Assistant Professor, KAUST, Saudi Arabia

4.10pm

Novel Biological Treatment Processes: MemthaneTM and AnitaMoxTM • Mr Hervé Buisson, Vice President, Process Engineering, Veolia Water, France

4.30pm

Panel Discussion: Achieving AnMBR in Warm Climates and Dilute Effluent

5.00pm

Summary of Outcomes • Dr Gary Amy, Director, Water Desalination and Reuse Center, KAUST, Saudi Arabia


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WATER CONVENTION hot issues workshop 1 June, Sunday

Cassia 3301A, Level 3

Theme 3: Adapting Cities for Flood Resilience Moderators: Prof Rob Skinner, CEO, Monash Water for Liveability, Australia Prof Tony Wong, Professor, Monash University, Australia Time

Description

9.00am

Welcome and Introduction • Prof Rob Skinner, CEO, Monash Water for Liveability, Australia

9.05am

A Water Sensitive Urban Design Approach to Flood Resilience in Urban Areas • Prof Tony Wong, Professor, Monash University, Australia

9.25am

Aligning Flood Risk Management with Other Water Sensitive Urban Design Objectives • Prof Karsten Arnbjerg-Nielsen, Professor, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

9.45am

What Is It Like to Flood? How Can We Plan For and Mitigate Against It Using 21st Century Solutions • Ms Mary Dhonau, Consultant, Mary Dhonau OBE and Associates, UK

10.05am

Challenges and Opportunities for Dense Urban Areas in Adapting for Climate Change • Dr Brendan Harley, Senior Vice President, CDM Smith, USA

10.25am

Tea Break

10.40am

SmartTunnel – An innovative approach for flood resilience in the cities • Y. Bhg. Datuk Ir. Hj. Ahmad Husaini bin Sulaiman, Director General, Irrigation and Drainage (Malaysia)

11.00am

An Interpretation of ‘Water Sensitivity’ and ‘Resilience’ Bringing Together Flood and Drought Risk Management • Prof Richard Ashley, Researcher Flood Resilience Group, UNESCO IHE, The Netherlands

11.20am

Pluridisciplinary Approach for Urban Stormwater Management in Sustainable and Resilient Cities • Prof Jean-Luc Bertrand-Krajewski, Professor, INSA Lyon, France

11.40am

Facilitated Workshop Discussion on Strategic Framework for Urban Flooding Management Development


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WATER CONVENTION hot issues workshop 1 June, Sunday

Cassia 3201B, Level 3

Theme 4: Water Supply for Extreme Events Moderators: Mr Robert Bos, Senior Advisor, IWA, Switzerland Dr Marion Savill, Executive Director, Affordable Water, New Zealand Time

Description

1.30pm

Introduction • Moderators

1.35pm

Preparedness to Extreme Weather Events • Dr Alistair Humphrey, Medical Officer of Health, Canterbury District Health Board, New Zealand

1.55pm

Preparedness to Natural Disasters • Dr Paul Byleveld, Manager Water Unit, New South Wales Health, Australia

2.15pm

Panel Discussion: Preparedness

2.30pm

Response to Typhoon Haiyan • Mr Rolando Abrenica, General Manager, Guiuan Water District, Philippines

2.50pm

Response to Bangkok floods • Mr Chaiwat Vorapeboonpong, Director, MWA Waterworks Academy, Metropolitan Waterworks Authority, Thailand

3.10pm

Panel Discussion: Response

3.25pm

Tea Break

3.45pm

Resilience in the Wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy • Mr Adam Hosking, Principal Technologist, CH2M Hill, UK

4.05pm

Panel Discussion: Essential Aspects for the Mitigation and Adaptation to Potential Impacts of Future Events


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WATER CONVENTION hot issues workshop 1 June, Sunday

Cassia 3201B, Level 3

Theme 5: Sustainable Water Solutions for Industrial Precincts Moderators: Prof Helmut Kroiss, Professor Emeritus, Institute for Water Quality, Resource and Waste Management, Vienna University of Technology, Austria Dr Johan Groen, Vice President, Head of Dewatering Business Line, Outotec, Finland Time

Description

9.00am

Introduction • Prof Helmut Kroiss, Professor Emeritus, Institute for Water Quality, Resource and Waste Management, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

9.05am

Planning for Singapore’s Industrial Precincts Water Needs • Mr Soon Guan Chua, Deputy Chief Executive (Policy & Development), PUB Singapore

9.25am

9.45am

TBC

10.05am

The Energy-Water-Food Nexus: Technology Innovation and Collaboration • Dr Albert Janssen, Manager Water R&D, Shell Technology Centre Bangalore, India

10.30am

Tea Break

11.00am

Industrial Wastewater Recycle Strategies • Dr Adil Dhalla, Director, Singapore Water Technology Center, GE Water and Process Technologies, Singapore

11.20am

Good Process Design Practices, Common Sense and Sustainability • Mr Carlo Zaffaroni, Industrial Water and Process Director—Europe, CH2M Hill, Italy

11.40am

Panel Discussion: Industrial Precincts Water Utilities Planning Challenges, Drivers and Technologies

Mr Haijun Fang, Senior Manager, Water - Process and Technology, Sembcorp, Singapore

Information accurate as of 12 May 2014


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Water Co nventio n Pro gr am m e Time

11.00am

Theme 1: Delivering Water from Source to Tap

3 june, tuesday

Theme 2: Effective and Efficient Wastewater Management

(A) Networks

(B) Treatment

(A) Treatment Processes & Energy Recovery

(B) Asset Management & Resource Recovery

BEGONIA JR 3011, LEVEL 3

BEGONIA JR 3111, LEVEL 3

CASSIA JR 3211, LEVEL 3

CASSIA JR 3311, LEVEL 3

[1A.1] Asset Management and Optimization Chairs: Russell Pascoe, Water Corporation (Australia); Rob Renner, Water Research Foundation (USA)

[1B.1] Membrane Innovations Chairs: Graeme Pearce, Membrane Consultancy Associates (UK); Bill Dunivin, Orange County Water District (USA)

[2A.1] Membrane Bioreactor Technologies Chairs: Pascal Dauthuille, Suez Environnement (France); Tao Guihe, PUB (Singapore)

[2B.1] Sewerage Asset Management Chairs: Helmut Kroiss, Vienna University of Technology (Austria); Anusuyah Bai S. K. Sivalingam, Indah Water Konsortium (Malaysia)

11.00am International Benchmarking – Evolution of WSAA’s Aquamark Tool R. Pascoe, Water Corporation (Australia)

11.00am Overview of Developments & Innovations in Membrane Technology T. Fane, Singapore Membrane Technology Centre, NTU (Singapore)

11.15am Department of Water Affairs (DWA): Water Services Asset Management Strategy: ‘Getting Started’ Guideline on Developing an Asset Management Plan M. Bannister, T. Rasikhanya, Department of Water Affairs (South Africa)

11.15am Ceramic Microfiltration – Influence Pretreatment on Operational Performance G. Galjaard, PWN Technologies (Netherlands)

11.00am MBR with Enhanced Primary Treatment to Reduce Energy Consumption J. Peeters, G. Vicevic, W. Syed, GE Water & Process Technologies (Canada)

11.00am An Innovative Approach to Managing Sewage Quality in Metropolitan Melbourne L. Harvey, W. Douglass, Melbourne Water (Australia)

11.15am Low Energy Consumption MBR + RO Process for Water Reclamation in Singapore H. Suzuki, S. Hanada, H. Seah, T. Kitade, T. Uemura, M. Henmi,Toray Singapore Water Research Center (Singapore)

11.15am O&M Strategies & Asset Management Tools to Improve Effectiveness & Efficiency in Sewerage Management D. Narayana, T. Salleh, M. D. Abd Kadir, A. H. Md Haniffa, B. G. Chua, Indah Water Konsortium (Malaysia)

11.30am Demonstration Plant Testing of Industrial Used Water Treatment Process in Jurong Water Reclamation Plant for Water Reuse O. Takase, T. Watanabe, M. Mitsumizo, T. Niwa, Y. Zhao, K. Kekre, L. Lin, G. Tao, Meidensha Corporation (Japan)

11.30am Driving Performance, Optimising Value: Operational Excellence in the Water Sector C. Graham, T. Povall, Arcadis (UK)

11.30am Network Asset Management and Renewal S. W. Chau, Water Supplies Department (Hong Kong) 11.45am Efficient Asset Management and Effective Facilities Maintenance (Replacing Aging Pipes and Improving into Earthquake Resistant Facilities) T. Konishi, H. Take, S. Momiyama, Yokohama Waterworks Bureau (Japan)

11.30am Commercialization of LowEnergy Electrodialysis Technology for Seawater Desalination K. H. Ng, M. Shaw, L. S. Liang, J. Gifford, Evoqua Water Technologies LLC (Singapore) 11.45am Low-Fouling RO Elements P. Nammuang, H. Li, S. Lu, P. Yun, Z. Liu, C. Wang, J. Huang, W. Peng, GE Water & Process Technologies (China)

11.45am MBR Process using Flat Sheet Type UF Membrane and Ozone Injection to the Aerobic Reactor to Mitigate Membrane Fouling J. Mun, D. Kim, J. Kim, W. Song, J. Ha. LOTTE Engineering & Construction R&D Institute (South Korea)

Theme 3: Water for Liveability and Resilience

Theme 4: Water Quality & Health

Theme 5: Water for Industries

CASSIA 3201B, LEVEL 3

CASSIA 3301A, LEVEL 3

CASSIA 3203, LEVEL 3

[3.1] Embedding Water Thinking in Urban Planning Chairs: Rob Skinner, Monash University (Australia); Paul Reiter, International Water Association (Singapore) 11.00am “Melbourne’s Water Future” R. Skinner, Monash University (Australia) 11.15am Innovative Top-Down and Bottom-Up City-Wide Implementation Strategies for Green Infrastructure J. H. K. Quah, N. C. Tan, T. W. Lee, L. van der Tak, B. Marengo, CH2M Hill (Singapore) 11.30am Xi’an’s Water Planning X. C. Wang, Xi’an University (China) 11.45am ABC Waters in Singapore T. Wong, Monash University (Australia)

11.45am Singapore’s Long-term Used Water Solution W. H. Yong, PUB (Singapore)

[4.1] Water Safety Plans Chairs: Alexander von Hildebrand, World Health Organization (USA); Pranav Joshi, National Environment Agency (Singapore)

[5.1] Technologies for Reuse, Recovery & Recycling Chairs: Ian Law, IBL Solutions (Australia); Adil Dhalla, GE Water Process and Technologies (Singapore)

11.00am Ways in which WSPs Add Value to Existing Utility Management Systems and WASH Interventions Urban and Rural Examples from SEA Region of WHO D. Sutherland, World Health Organization (India)

11.00am RO-EDR Hybrid System for High Water Recoveries from MBR Filtrate H. Ramanan, N. Moe, S. Y. Goh, G. Girish, H. Y. Ng, J. Barber, S. Harrold, B. Narayanswamy, GE Betz Singapore Pte Ltd (Singapore)

11.15am Water Safety Plans – A Catalyst for Ensuring Safe Water to Consumers in The Philippines N. Hassan, D. Siru, A. Jayaratne, B. Magtibay, World Health Organization (The Philippines) 11.30am Case Study on Water Safety Plan in Sri Lanka S. K. Weragoda, National Water Supply and Drainage Board (Sri Lanka) 11.45am Protecting Taiwan Source Water Quality Based on Local Community Participation - Water Resources Age W. Yang, Water Resources Agency (Taiwan)

11.15am Distillation of High Concentrated Salt Solution by Memsys Membrane Distillation Module M. Wenzel, S. Büttner, W. Heinzl, S. Heinzl, Memsys Clearwater Pte Ltd (Singapore) 11.30am Recycling of Refinery Effluents - Two Case Studies in India J. Lahnsteiner, P. Andrade, R. D. Mittal, VA Tech Wabag GmbH (Austria) 11.45am Innovative Approach for Reuse of Concentrate Brine in Textile Dyeing Zero Liquid Discharge Plants S. Hussain Inayath, Tamilnadu Water Investment Co Ltd (India)

LUNCH @ LEVEL 3

12.30pm 2.00pm

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[1A.2] Intelligent Water Network – Water Quality Monitoring Chairs: Vernon L Snoeyink, University of Illinois (USA); Sean Mckenna, IBM (USA) 2.00pm Drinking Water Quality: Remote Monitoring and Analytics S. Mckenna, IBM (USA) 2.15pm Online Water Quality Monitoring In The Distribution Network B. Graaf, F. Williamson, M. K. Koerkamp, Jos-Willem Verhoef, J. Hoogterp, E. Trietsch, W. V. Delft, Vitens N.V. (Netherlands)

[1B.2] Membrane Application and Operations Chairs: Rick Stover, Desalitech Ltd (Israel); Mamadou S. Diallo, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) (South Korea) 2.00pm Pilot Study of Closed Circuit Desalination (CCD) Technology to Increase NEWater Recovery X. Q. King, H. Wang, S. Lee, K. Chen, J. Qin, H. Seah, PUB (Singapore) 2.15pm Result for Two Years Demonstration of Energy Saving Seawater Desalination System S. Aso, Y. Sekine, H. Takabatake, J. Cheon, Y. Sugawara, T. Uemura, T. Shinoda, Global Water Recycling and Reuse Technology Research Association (Japan)

[2A.2] Biofilm Technologies Chairs: Ng How Yong, National University of Singapore (Singapore); David E J Garman, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (USA) 2.00pm Sustainable Wastewater Treatment with the Innovative CFIC® Biofilm Reactor Process J. G. Siljudalen, L. Marcolini, P. Stang, B. Rusten, Biowater Technology (Norway) 2.15pm Membrane-Aerated Biofilm Reactor for Nitrogen Removal in Low Energy Treatment of Municipal Sewage N. Adams, Y. Hong, J. Ireland, H. Koops, P. Cote, GE Water and Process Technologies (Canada)

[2B.2] Urban Drainage Management Chairs: Carol Howe, ForEvaSolutions (USA); K. W. Mak, Drainage Services Department (Hong Kong)

[3.2] Water for Liveability Chairs: Rob Skinner, Monash University (Australia); Ryan Yuen, H2O Connect LLP (Singapore)

2.00pm Urban Drainage Modelling in the UK - Current State of Play and Looking to the Future J. Margetts, Neil Scarlett, CIWEM Urban Drainage Group (UK)

2.00pm Urban Water and Livability Exploring Definitions and Frameworks J. Ewert, R. Brown, Melbourne Water Corporation (Australia)

2.15pm Case Study of Urban Drainage Management in China D. Zhang, Shenzhen Water Group (China)

2.15pm Mapping Heat Vulnerability in Australian Cities for Implementation of Water Sensitive Urban Design N. Tapper, M. Loughnan, Monash University (Australia)

2.30pm Reliable Wastewater Infiltration and Inflow Reduction Providing New Certainties? S. Carne, D. Roche, N. Moody, GHD Ltd (New Zealand)

2.30pm Building Sustainable Megacities - Water for Enhancing Urban Liveability N. J. Dolman, M. M. Hillen, Royal HaskoningDHV (Netherlands)

Presenter’s name is highlighted in bold. Organisation and country stated is the first author’s. Details of the programme as updated as of 12 May 2014. Water Convention 2014 Conference Proceedings are now available online at www.waterconvention.siww2014.com

[4.2] Protecting Source Water Quality Chairs: Choon Nam Ong, National University of Singapore (Singapore); Ana Maria de Roda Husman, National Institute of Public Health and Environment (Netherlands) 2.00pm Emerging Contaminants, Source Water Quality and the Role of Standards J. Fawell, Cranfield University (UK) 2.15pm Dynamics of Cyanophages in Kranji Reservoir S. H. Te, B. H. Yeo, Y. H. K. Gin, National University of Singapore (Singapore)

[5.2] Innovative Technologies - Food & Beverage Industry Chairs: Greg Koch, The Coca-Cola Company (USA); Philip Rolchigo, Pentair (USA) 2.00pm Assessing the Impacts of Water on Industry - The Case of Asia Pacific Breweries C. Leusder, Imperial College (Germany) 2.15pm Guidelines for Safe Water Reuse in Beverage Production and Food Processing J. Cotruvo, S. Froggett, Joseph Cotruvo & Associates LLC (USA)


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2.00pm (cont.)

Theme 1: Delivering Water from Source to Tap

Theme 2: Effective and Efficient Wastewater Management

(A) Networks

(B) Treatment

(A) Treatment Processes & Energy Recovery

(B) Asset Management & Resource Recovery

BEGONIA JR 3011, LEVEL 3

BEGONIA JR 3111, LEVEL 3

CASSIA JR 3211, LEVEL 3

CASSIA JR 3311, LEVEL 3

2.30pm Full Scale Implementation of “Smart” Early Warning Systems for Real Time Monitoring of Contaminant Intrusion in the Distribution Networks A. Fradin, Z. D. Quang, F. Campan, Suez Environnement (France)

2.30pm Water Quality Evaluation Method For RO Fouling Potential Using Quartz Crystal Microbalance K. Nakano, Y. Sakigawa, K. Kitamura, S. Yoshikawa, Yokohama Research Laboratory, Hitachi Ltd (Japan)

2.30pm Practical Experience with Full Scale Structured Sheet Media IFAS Systems for Nitrification H. Li, J. Zhu, J. Flamming, J. Oconnell, M. Shrader, B. Rothermel, F. Kulick III, Brentwood Industries (USA)

2.45pm Remote Water Quality Monitoring System of Seoul Y. J. Choi, Waterworks Research Institute (South Korea)

2.45pm Identification of Hydraulically Reversible and Irreversible Foulants in Hollow Fiber UF System S. Cai, I. Baudin, Suez Environnement (France)

2.45pm New Tunnel System to Eliminate Sanitary Sewer Overflows and Control Combined Sewer Overflows in Hartford, Connecticut V. Nasri, C. Haynes, AECOM (USA)

Theme 3: Water for Liveability and Resilience

Theme 4: Water Quality & Health

Theme 5: Water for Industries

CASSIA 3201B, LEVEL 3

CASSIA 3301A, LEVEL 3

CASSIA 3203, LEVEL 3

2.45pm Screening Large Areas for SUDS Using a GIS Approach for MultiPurpose Improvements in Efficiencies Z. Todorovic, N. Breton, Atkins (UK)

2.30pm Water Conservation in Karsts Ecosystem Case Study in Gunung Kidul, Indonesia A. Suyanto, Yogyakarta School of Environmental Engineering (Indonesia)

2.30pm Aecomix System for Combined Treatment of Waste and Wastewater in the Food and Beverage Industry W. Menkveld, A. Kluit, Nijhuis Water Technology BV (Netherlands)

2.45pm Will the Yangtze River Restore Water Quality in Lake Taihu? K. Acharya, Y. Li, Desert Research Institute (USA)

2.45pm EFB Juice/Palm Oil Wastewater Criticality & Efficient Handling S. Rajan, WOG Group of Companies (Singapore)

[4.3] Monitoring and Tracking of Contaminants Chairs: Robert Bos, International Water Association (Switzerland); Theo van den Hoven, KWR Watercycle Research Institute (Netherlands)

[5.3] Delivering Success in Operations Chairs: Frank Niele, Shell (Netherlands); Wilbert van de Ven, Grundfos Holding A/S (Denmark)

TEA BREAK @ LEVEL 3 FOYER

3.30pm 4.00pm

3 june, tuesday

[1A.3] Intelligent Water Network – Sensor Technologies Chairs: Andrew Whittle, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA); David Hart, Sandia National Laboratories (USA) 4.00pm A New Paradigm for Water Management N. Kapoor, IBM (USA) 4.15pm An Architectural Framework for Smart Water Networks A. Hauser, F. Roedler, TUV SUD (Singapore) 4.30pm Multilevel Sub-Zoning of Water Distribution Systems L. Sela, A. Preis, M. Iqbal, M. Allen, A.Whittle, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) 4.45pm Real-Time Monitoring Platform to Improve the Drinking Water Network Efficiency A. Preis, M. Allen, M. Iqbal, R. Ellison, B. Kompella, A. Whittle, Visenti (Singapore)

[1B.3] Membranes in the Future Chairs: Kevin Price, Independent Consultant (USA); Neal Chung, National University of Singapore (Singapore) 4.00pm Advances and Challenges in Membrane Technologies for Potable Water Production Y. Cohen, University of California, Los Angeles (USA) 4.15pm High Recovery Reverse Osmosis R. Stover, Desalitech Ltd (Israel) 4.30pm Aquaporin Z Embedded Membrane For Water Purification W. Xie, Y. W. Tong, NUS Environmental Research Institute (Singapore) 4.45pm Piloting Various Pretreatments for Ceramic Membrane Filtration of Surface Water at South West Water, UK D. C. Metcalfe, C.Rockey, G.Galjaard, H.Shorney-Darby, South West Water (UK)

[2A.3] AB Processes Chairs: Glen Daigger, CH2M Hill (USA); Ge Hailin, Memstar Technology Ltd (Singapore) 4.00pm Energy Self-Sufficiency for WWTP in Warm Climate M. Andersen, M. Choo-Kun, W. Wellym, Z. B. Zhang, D. Conteau, P. Dauthuille, N. Zainal Abidin, DHI Water & Environment (S) Pte Ltd (Singapore) 4.15pm Control Measures for Improved High-Rate Carbon Removal (A-stage) B. Wett, ARAconsult (Austria) 4.30pm Activated Sludge Retention by Dynamic Filtration at Super-Critical Fluxes for Sustainable WWT K. Roest, B. Daamen, L. Hartog, M. van Loosdrecht, KWR Watercycle Research Institute (Netherlands) 4.45pm Innovative Use of Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) as BiosorptionBased Primary Treatments to Achieve Energy Neutrality in WWTPs H. Ding, R. Wikramanayake, M. Doyle, P. Gallagher, A. Erdogan, Evoqua Water Technologies Pte Ltd (Singapore)

[2B.3] Decentralised Water Technologies Chairs: Dayanand Panse, Indian Water Works Association (India); Sasha Koo-Oshima, U.S. EPA Office of Water (USA) 4.00pm Centralised & Decentralised Sewerage Management Options - Past, Present & Future D. Narayana, M. Athikesu, Indah Water Konsortium (Malaysia) 4.15pm Biocleaner: Revolutionising Waste Water Treatment A. M. Bautista, E. Kaw, BioCleaner Inc (The Philippines) 4.30pm Green Buildings - Special Requirements for Wastewater Treatment with MBR Technology T. Hackner, S. Meuler, F. Heindl, H. L. Ooi, HUBER SE (Germany) 4.45pm Reversing Clogging in Imhoff Tank by Catalysed Hydrogen Peroxide Treatment B. S. Lee, Indah Water Konsortium (Malaysia)

Presenter’s name is highlighted in bold. Organisation and country stated is the first author’s. Details of the programme as updated as of 12 May 2014. Water Convention 2014 Conference Proceedings are now available online at www.waterconvention.siww2014.com

[3.3] Integrated Water Management for Resilience I Chairs: Paul Reiter, International Water Association (Singapore) 4.00pm Climate Change Adaptation; Innovative Tools and Strategies in Delta City Rotterdam P. Dircke, A. Molenaar, ARCADIS (Netherlands) 4.15pm Future Proofing Cities: Resilience Planning for New York City’s Water Infrastructure After Superstorm Sandy A. Hosking, A. Cohn, T. Groninger, V. Rubino, CH2M Hill (UK) 4.30pm Protecting Lives in Hong Kong: a Novel Approach to Flood Risk Assessment – River Flood Risk Study K. Kwok, R. Roderick-Jones, S. Yan, F. Kan, E. Yuen, A. Fung, Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Ltd (Hong Kong) 4.45pm Embankment Regreening at Marina Reservoir for Improved Stormwater Runoff Quality and Air Temperature C. Huttche, J. Obbard, Enviro Pro Green Innovations (S) Pte Ltd (Singapore)

4.00pm Occurrence of Trace Organic Contaminants in Water: Review of Current Analytical Techniques S. Snyder, T. Anumol, University of Arizona (USA) 4.15pm Monitoring and Tracking Contaminant Sources in Catchments and Estuaries P. Geary, M. Maswabi, C. Evans, C. Lee, The University of Newcastle (Australia) 4.30pm Isolation of Factors Governing Groundwater Salinisation along the Coastal Aquifers of South India Using Geochemical Tracers and Resistivity Methods S. Gopinath, K. Srinivasamoorthy, K. Saravanan, A. Faizalkhan, C. S. Suma, Pondicherry University (India) 4.45pm Applicability of Bulk Organic Parameters as Surrogates to Monitor Removal of TOrCs by GAC in Water T. Anumol, S. Snyder, University of Arizona (USA)

4.00pm China’s Experiences in Delivering Successful Operations for Industrial Water X. Chen, Veolia Water (China) 4.15pm How Chemistry Enables Operational Excellence for the Water Industry Y. Fovet, BASF The Chemical Company (Germany) 4.30pm Demonstration of Heat Integrated Water Allocation Network (HIWAN) and HACCP Approach at SRC M. Andersen, S. Xu, H. H. Lau, G. Li, H. Eikaas, R. Dunn, C. Reddy, DHI Water & Environment (S) Pte Ltd (Singapore)


S i n g a p o r e I n t e r n at i o n a l Wat e r W e e k 2 0 1 4

Water Co nventio n Pro gr am m e Time

9.00am

Theme 1: Delivering Water from Source to Tap

Theme 2: Effective and Efficient Wastewater Management

(B) Treatment

(A) Treatment Processes & Energy Recovery

(B) Asset Management & Resource Recovery

BEGONIA JR 3011, LEVEL 3

BEGONIA JR 3111, LEVEL 3

CASSIA JR 3211, LEVEL 3

CASSIA JR 3311, LEVEL 3

9.00am Overview of Both Greenfield and Infill Decentralized Systems/ Solutions T. Leckie, Flow System (Australia) 9.15am City Plan of Conserving Waterbe Valued U. Kenichiro, Road & Wastewater Bureau, City Hall of Fukuoka (Japan) 9.30am Laverton Recreation Reserve Stormwater Harvesting Project Opportunities for Local Scale IWCM M. Muthukaruppan, D. O’Keefe, City West Water (Australia) 9.45am Dehydris™ Twist workshop, a Boosted Dewatering with a Piston Press D.Mathieu, E. Judenne, J. M. Faccioli, P. Gislette, Degrémont SAS (France)

[1B.4] Addressing Pathogens and Emerging Contaminants Chairs: Wolfgang Kühn (USA); Glen Trickle, Xylem (USA)

[2A.4] Energy-Water-Waste Nexus I Chairs: Bernhard Wett, ARAconsult (Austria); Beverley Stinson, AECOM (USA)

9.00am A Pilot-scale Investigation of Ozonation and Advanced Oxidation Processes at Choa Chu Kang Waterworks J. Wang, W. S. Ang, R. Xie, A. Ried, Xylem Services GmbH (Germany)

9.00am Towards Energy Neutrality in Used Water Treatment: Results and Findings of Recent WERF Research A. Shaw, S. Tarallo, P. Kohl, R. Eschborn, L. Fillmore, Black & Veatch (USA)

9.15am Field Results Showing Effective Removal of Taste and Odor Causing Compounds Using UVoxidation S. Bindner, M. Kuhns, A. Festger, Trojan Technologies (Canada) 9.30am Significant Reduction of Micropollutants in Municipal Waste Water with an Active-Coke-Bioreactor( ACFBB ) Reinforced by a Following UV – Treatment P. Karl, AQUA-bioCarbon GmbH (Germany) 9.45am Drinking Water Disinfection with Medium Pressure UV Systems P. Raichle, C. Bokermann, K. Meyer, Xylem Water Solutions (Germany)

9.15am Providing Affordable and Sustainable Wastewater Treatment through Optimal Technology Integration D. Solley, S. Hu, C. Hertle, J. Keller, GHD Pty Ltd (Australia) 9.30am An Integrated Validation Plant Study Targeted Towards Selecting Efficient Domestic Used Water Treatment Process for Future Water Reclamation Plant in Tuas G. Tao, K. Kekre, Y. Lee, S. C. Chua, Y. L. Wah, Y. Abd Ghani, H. Seah, PUB (Singapore) 9.45am Case Study of Marquette-LezLille WWTP - Application of IFAS and THP for a City of Future Solution X. Zhao, M. Ji, M. Elliot, M. Gong, J. Li, J. Chauzy, X. Chen, Tianjin University / Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies Asia Municipal (China)

[2B.4] Reuse Chairs: Linda Macpherson, CH2M Hill (USA) 9.00am Multiple Barrier Approach for Potable Reuse in Windhoek, Namibia J. Lahnsteiner, P. du Pisani, J. Menge, J. Esterhuizen, VA Tech Wabag GmbH (Austria) 9.15am Lowering Desalination Costs by Alternative Desalination and Water Reuse Scenarios V. Yangali-Quintanilla, L. Olesen, J. Lorenzen, C. Rasmussen, H. Laursen, E. Vestergaard, K. Keiding, Grundfos Holding A/S (Denmark) 9.30am Promotion of Wastewater Reclamation/Reuse in Taiwan W. F. Yang, C. P. Chu, Water Resources Agency (Taiwan)

Theme 3: Water for Liveability and Resilience

Theme 4: Water Quality & Health

Theme 5: Water for Industries

CASSIA 3201B, LEVEL 3

CASSIA 3301A, LEVEL 3

CASSIA 3203, LEVEL 3

[3.4] Integrated Water Management for Resilience II Chairs: Paul Reiter, International Water Association (Singapore); Avner Adin, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel) 9.00am Regeneration of the Eight Rivers X. C. Wang, Xi’an University (China) 9.15am The Four Rivers Restoration Project in Korea C. Kim, Pusan National University (South Korea) 9.30am Southeast Queensland (Australia) as a Case Study: Building Resilience through Addressing the Complexities of the Water Challenge E. Abal, UQ Water Initiative (Australia)

9.45am Waste Water Reuse as Environmentally Sound Technologies K. Hatiyaldeniya, National Water Supply & Drainage Board (Sri Lanka)

[4.4] Contaminants of Emerging Concern - Detection Methods Chairs: Rita Colwell, University of Maryland (USA) 9.00am Bromate Risk in Drinking Water: Modes of Action and Regulations J. Cotruvo, Joseph Cotruvo & Associates LLC (USA) 9.15am Relationship Between FRNA Coliphage Genotypes and Human Enteric Viruses in an Urban Freshwater Catchment K. Gin, G. G. R. V. Vergara, S. Rezaeinejad, A. Sundaram, National University of Singapore (Singapore) 9.30am Evaluation of Laboratory Methods for the Analysis of Microcystins in Surface and Drinking Water R. Shabnam, J. Li, C. Lo, Ryerson University (Canada)

[5.4] Business Case of Water Sustainability Chairs: John Langford, University of Melbourne (Australia); Anand Chiplunkar, Asian Development Bank (The Philippines) 9.00am Water Stewardship: A Global Framework for Responsible Water Use J. Langford, M. Spencer, University of Melbourne (Australia) 9.15am Six Rs of Industrial Water Conservation Techniques and True Cost of Water M. Andersen, H. H. Lau, S. Xu, G. Li, H. Eikaas, DHI Water & Environment (S) Pte Ltd (Singapore) 9.30am Water for Industry: Assessing Water Usage and Sustainability in the Automotive Industry J. Polce, D. Owen, ARCADIS-US, Inc (USA)

9.45am Fluorescent Transgenic Zebrafish as a Convenient Tool for Biomonitoring of Water Contamination X. Zhang, Z. Gong, National University of Singapore (Singapore)

TEA BREAK @ LEVEL 3 FOYER

10.30am 11.00am

4 june, Wednesday

(A) Networks

[1A.4] Operation and Maintenance of Innovative Decentralized Systems Chairs: Adam Lovell, Water Services Association Australia (Australia); Tao Li, International Water Association (China)

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[1A.5] Non-Revenue Water Chairs: Jaseni bin Maidinsa, PBA Holdings Bhd (Malaysia) 11.00am Counting the Lost Drops SA’s Study into Non-Revenue Water J. Bhagwan, R. Mckenzie, W. Wegelin, Water Research Commission (South Africa) 11.15am A Statistical Tool for Leakage Assessment and Detection on Partially AMR Equipped DMA K. Claudio, C. Leclerc, Y. L. Gat, V. Couallier, J. Saracco, Lyonnaise des Eaux (France) 11.30am Are We Repairing the Right Leaks? M. Tamir, TaKaDu (Israel)

[1B.5] Water Reuse Advancements Chairs: Jonathan Clement, PWN Technologies (Netherlands); Mike Wehner, Orange County Water District (USA) 11.00am Current Trends in Reuse G. Trickle, Xylem (USA) 11.15am Fouling Mechanisms and Reduced Chemical Potential of Ceramic Membranes Combined with Ozone M. Duke, Victoria University (Australia) 11.30am The Gippsland Water Factory - Recent Australian Experience with Industrial and Urban Ecology A. Hodgkinson, G. Daigger, P. Skeels, CH2M Hill (Australia)

[2A.5] Energy-Water-Waste Nexus II Chairs: Ng Wun Jern, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore); Mark Elliot, Veolia Water (China) 11.00am Influence of Wastewater Treatment on Sludge Production and Processing W. Barber, AECOM (Australia) 11.15am Multiple Benefits Available to Temperate Zones Cities from using Wastewater as an Energy Resource T. Hackner, N. Meeten, N. Hunt, A. Steinherr, D. Foster, HUBER (Germany) 11.30am Managing Risks in Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plants A. Hauser, K. Sathrugnan, F. Roedler, TUV SUD (Singapore)

[2B.5] Resource Recovery Chairs: Amit Pramanik, Water Environment Research Foundation (USA); Stéphanie Rinck-Pfeiffer, Global Water Research Coalition (Australia) 11.00am Resource Recovery from Wastewater J. Park, Yonsei University (South Korea) 11.15am Evaluation of MicroalgaeBased Treatments for Removing Nitrogen and Phosphorus from WWTP Effluents L. Lacoste, B. Barillon, F. Areas, M. Crest, A. Huyard, S. Martin Ruel, P. Dauthuille, Cirsee Suez Environnement (France)

Presenter’s name is highlighted in bold. Organisation and country stated is the first author’s. Details of the programme as updated as of 12 May 2014. Water Convention 2014 Conference Proceedings are now available online at www.waterconvention.siww2014.com

[3.5] Integrated Water Management for Water Resilience III Chairs: Paul Reiter, International Water Association (Singapore) 11.00am Case Study on Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) 11.15am Twenty-Five Years of Operational Experience Using GW Modeling to Evaluate Sustainable Use of Coastal Aquifers for Major Water Supplies B. Harley, R. Fitzgerald, K. Masterson, H. Moe, M. Gamache, CDM Smith (USA) 11.30am Digital Delta: Exploiting Big Data Exchange and Analytics to Enable a Smarter National Water Management System M. Sullivan, D. M. Schiferli, IBM Corporation Limited (USA)

[4.5] Contaminants of Emerging Concern - Management & Treatment Technologies Chairs: Joan Rose, Michigan State University (USA); Mong Hoo Lim, PUB (Singapore) 11.00am Advanced and Natural Process Hybridization: Multi-Barrier Risk Reduction in Drinking Water Treatment G. Amy, S. Sudhakaran, S. K. Maeng, M. Yoon, A. Al-Hamadat, KAUST (Saudi Arabia) 11.15am Microbial Risk Assessment to Set Health-Based Performance Targets to Improve Water Quality A. Shea, J. Poon, S. Williamson, Western Water Authority (Australia)

[5.5] Water Solutions for the Oil & Gas Industry Chairs: Carl Adams, ENVIRON (USA) 11.00am Wastewater Treatment Challenges Faced by the Petrochemical and Refinery Industry and Opportunities for Water Reuse C. Zaffaroni, CH2M Hill (Italy) 11.15am Water-Related Business Risk Assessment in the Oil & Gas Industry F. Niele, N. Thijssen, K. Brand, D. Varma, A. Mianzan, A. Janssen, Shell Projects & Technology (Netherlands) 11.30am Technical and Life-Cycle Considerations of Shale Oil/Gas Water Management - Global Experiences S. Kommineni, A. Vlaski, ARCADIS (Netherlands)


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11.00am

Theme 1: Delivering Water from Source to Tap

Theme 2: Effective and Efficient Wastewater Management

(A) Networks

(B) Treatment

(A) Treatment Processes & Energy Recovery

(B) Asset Management & Resource Recovery

BEGONIA JR 3011, LEVEL 3

BEGONIA JR 3111, LEVEL 3

CASSIA JR 3211, LEVEL 3

CASSIA JR 3311, LEVEL 3

11.45am Achieving Positive Net Energy in a Nutrient Removal Facility: Optimizing the EJBY MOLLE WWTP J. Sandino, P. H. Nielsen, M. Leth, D. Whitlock, T. Johnson, T. Constantine, D. Houweling, CH2M Hill (USA)

11.30am Value-Added Bioplastics from Services of Wastewater Treatment A. Werker, M. Hjort, M. ArcosHernandez, L. Montano-Herrera, O. Murugan, L. Quadri, S. Anterrieu, L. Karabegovic, P. Magnusson, P. Johansson, S. Bengtsson, F. MorganSagastume, O. de Vegt, R. Welinga, B. Laycock, S. Pratt, P. Halley, P. Lant, Anoxkaldnes AB (Sweden)

11.45am Effort in Reducing Unaccountable Water and Economic Consideration I. Dimaano, Maynilad Water Services (The Philippines)

11.45am Technology Developments in Forward Osmosis to Address Water Purification J. Webley, Trevi Systems Inc. (USA)

IWA Project Innovation Awards Winners’ Forum

[1B.6] Sustainable Treatment for Cities of the Future Chairs: Nicole Zantkuijl, Oasen (Netherlands); Ahmed Alarifi, Saline Water Conversion Corporation (Saudi Arabia) 2.00pm The Champagne Flush: A Sparkling New and Green Solution for the Biofouling Problem in Current Membrane Plants P. Wessels, B. Rietman, A. Kemperman, A. Reigersman, W. van der Meer, WE Consult Vianen BV (Netherlands) 2.15pm Chlorine Dioxide Tolerance of Polyamide RO Membrane C. Yang, M. Zhao, X. Zhao, H. Zhu, Q. Chu, Y. He, The Dow Chemical (China) Investment Company (China) 2.30pm Improving the Performance of Polymeric and Ceramic UF Membrane Performances for the Treatment of BioOrganic Challenging Seawater L. Dramas, J.P. Croue, KAUST (Saudi Arabia) 2.45pm Vacuum Membrane Distillation for High Saline Water Treatment V. Saravanamuthu, S. Jeong, G. Naidu, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) (Australia)

3.30pm

Theme 3: Water for Liveability and Resilience

Theme 4: Water Quality & Health

Theme 5: Water for Industries

CASSIA 3201B, LEVEL 3

CASSIA 3301A, LEVEL 3

CASSIA 3203, LEVEL 3

11.45am Water Supply Optimisation through Integrated Water Resource Management Methods G. Garcia, G. Bravo, Abeinsa Business Development (Spain)

11.30am Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment of Salmonella and Enterococcus in Marina Reservoir and Catchments S. G. Goh, H. Fang, S. Y. Chang, K. Y. H. Gin, National University of Singapore (Singapore)

11.45am Wastewater Treatment and Recycle – An Overview of the Effluent Treatment/water Recovery Plant for a Petrochemical Plant, India K. P. Yagna, VA Tech Wabag Ltd (India)

11.45am Occurrence and Fate of Benzotriazoles During Wastewater Treatment A. S. Stasinakis, K. Mazioti, A. G. Asimakopoulos, N. S. Thomaidis, University of the Aegean (Greece)

LUNCH @ LEVEL 3

12.30pm 2.00pm

4 june, Wednesday

[2A.6] Energy Savings in Wastewater Treatment Plants Chairs: Andrew Shaw, Black & Veatch (USA)

[2B.6] Anaerobic Digestion Chairs: Yuen Long Wah, PUB (Singapore); Joe Zuback, Global Water Advisors (USA)

2.00pm The Role of Innovative Technologies in Achieving Energy Neutral Wastewater Treatment J. Peeters, G. Vicevic, H. Koops, GE Water & Process Technologies (Canada)

2.00pm The Role of Anaerobic Digestion in Resource Recovery and Recycling D. C. Stuckey, Imperial College (UK)

2.15pm Saving Energy by Optimisation of Air Distribution in Waste Water Treatment Plants R. Binder, Binder Group AG (Germany) 2.30pm Challenges in Variable Speed Wastewater Pumping S. Abelin, Xylem Water Solution (Sweden) 2.45pm Sensor-Based Control - The Way for Energy-Efficient Open Channel UV System Operation M. Newberry, K. Meyer, Wedeco (Germany)

2.15pm Overcoming Barriers to Codigestion D. Parry, L. Fillmore, CDM Smith (USA) 2.30pm Enhanced Anaerobic Digestion and Production of Internal Carbon Source by Focused Pulse Treatment A. Franchi, M. Kuhns, OpenCEL, a Division of Trojan Technologies (USA) 2.45pm Municipal Wastewater Treatment in Developing Countries: Comparable Alternative Anaerobic Cost-Effective Systems A. H. Walid, S. A. H. Halim, K. H.Rosenwinkel, Housing and Building National Research Center (HBRC) (Egypt)

TEA BREAK @ LEVEL 3 FOYER

Presenter’s name is highlighted in bold. Organisation and country stated is the first author’s. Details of the programme as updated as of 12 May 2014. Water Convention 2014 Conference Proceedings are now available online at www.waterconvention.siww2014.com

[3.6] Getting All Stakeholders on Board - Engagement Strategies Chairs: Amy Leung, Asian Development Bank (The Philippines); Inge Wallage, International Water Association (Netherlands)

[4.6] Have We the Tools? Assessment, Management and Monitoring in Water Safety Plans Chairs: Karina Gin, National University of Singapore (Singapore); Thomas Grizzard, Virginia Tech (USA)

[5.6] Innovative Technologies Mining industry Chairs: Jay Bhagwan, Water Research Commission (South Africa); Richard McAllister, Department of the Environment (Australia)

2.00pm Phnom Penh Water E. S. Chan, Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (Cambodia)

2.00pm Broad Overview of Assessment, Management and Monitoring in Water Safety Plans D. Sutherland, World Health Organization (India)

2.00pm Modularized Wastewater Treatment System for Mining Industry B. Lounsbury, Newterra (Canada)

2.15pm Overcoming Institutional Barriers to OneWater – Innovative Engagement Strategies C. Howe, ForEvaSolutions (USA) 2.30pm Urban Water Services in 2030: Outcomes to be Achieved A. Lovell, M. Blaise, K. Hodge, C. DeLacy, Water Services Association of Australia (Australia) 2.45pm Decentralized Water Treatment Systems - Tracking Results and Impacts R. Shah, Peer Water Exchange (India)

2.15pm Risk Assessment in the Water Safety Plan G. Medema, KWR Watercycle Research Institute (Netherlands) 2.30pm Water Safety Plans: Good Practices and Regulation B. Gordon, World Health Organization (Switzerland) 2.45pm Differing Needs of Microbial Methods During a WSP M. Savill, Affordable Water (New Zealand)

2.15pm Demand in Water Treatment for Mining Industry V. S. Frenkel, O. G. Gonzales, Erler & Kalinowski, Inc. (USA) 2.30pm Development of a Predictive Model to Determine the Temporal Variability in Mine Feed Water Quality J. Nathoo, H. G. Eu, N. Hussain, NuWater South Africa & GrahamTek NuWater Singapore (South Africa) 2.45pm Innovative Reactive Iron Treatment for Removal of Metals and Metalloids from Water and Wastewater J. Gifford, C. Gudipati, F. Sassaman, R. Kandasamy, A. Sarkar, M. Wismer, R. Woodling, Evoqua Water Technologies LLC (Singapore)


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Water Co nventio n Pro gr am m e Time

4.00pm

Theme 1: Delivering Water from Source to Tap

4 june, Wednesday

Theme 2: Effective and Efficient Wastewater Management

(A) Networks

(B) Treatment

(A) Treatment Processes & Energy Recovery

(B) Asset Management & Resource Recovery

BEGONIA JR 3011, LEVEL 3

BEGONIA JR 3111, LEVEL 3

CASSIA JR 3211, LEVEL 3

CASSIA JR 3311, LEVEL 3

IWA Project Innovation Awards Winners’ Forum

[1B.7] Applying Leading Edge Technologies Chairs: Hamanth Kasan, Rand Water (South Africa); Avraham Ben Yosef, Mekorot (Israel) 4.00pm Implementation of World’s First Large Scale Ion Exchange and Ceramic Membrane Plant M. den Blanken, PWN Water Supply Company North-Holland (Netherlands) 4.15pm Sea Water Reverse Osmosis Energy Efficiency & Recovery A. Evenden, Acciona Agua (Australia) 4.30pm Malaysia’s Largest River Bank Filtration (RBF) & Ultra-Filtration (UF) System For Municipal Drinking Water Production C. M. Chew, Techkem Water Sdn Bhd (Malaysia) 4.45pm UV AOP for Taste & Odor Removal - Comparing Low Pressure & Medium Pressure for a Full Scale Install J. Schiedeler, Xylem (Netherlands)

[2A.7] Aerobic Granular Sludge Chairs: Martin Wagner, Technical University of Darmstadt (Germany) 4.00pm Overview of Aerobic Granular Sludge M. van Loosdrecht, TU Delft (Netherlands) 4.15pm Molecular Mechanisms Governing AGS Processes Y. Liu, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) 4.30pm Full-scale Experiences with Aerobic Granular Biomass Technology for Treatment of Urban and Industrial Wastewater A. Giesen, B. de Bruin, M. van Loosdrecht, Royal HaskoningDHV (Netherlands) 4.45pm Effect of Salt on Granulation, Nutrient Removal and Microbial Community in Aerobic Granular Sludge P. Saikaly, KAUST (Saudi Arabia)

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[2B.7] Biosolids Chairs: Xiaohua Chen, Veolia (China); Marvin DeVries, Trojan Technologies (Canada) 4.00pm Integrated Sludge Management of Large WWTP H. Sioen, L. Vriens, Waterleau Group NV (Belgium) 4.15pm Dual-Conditioning of Sludge Using Chitosan and Metal Cations S. W. Lau, S. D. Tang, H. M. Ang, T.K. Sen, H. B. Chua, Curtin University Sarawak (Malaysia) 4.30pm EXPOVAL – Subgroup 6: Solar-Based Sewage Sludge Drying First Results from Investigations with a Pilot Plant R. Dellbrügge, K. Bauerfeld, N. Dichtl, A. Großer, S. Paris, Technische Universität Braunschweig (Germany) 4.45pm Energy Recovery from Incineration - Recent WERF Research Findings and Profiles of Innovative Facilities R. Eschborn, T. Goss, S. Tarallo, P. Kohl, L. Fillmore, AECOM (USA)

Presenter’s name is highlighted in bold. Organisation and country stated is the first author’s. Details of the programme as updated as of 12 May 2014. Water Convention 2014 Conference Proceedings are now available online at www.waterconvention.siww2014.com

Theme 3: Water for Liveability and Resilience

Theme 4: Water Quality & Health

Theme 5: Water for Industries

CASSIA 3201B, LEVEL 3

CASSIA 3301A, LEVEL 3

CASSIA 3203, LEVEL 3

[4.7] Panel Discussion: Future Issues Moderators: Marion Savill, Affordable Water (New Zealand); Francisco Arellano, Maynilad Water Services, Inc. (The Philippines)

[5.7] Panel Discussion: How is Industry Solving their Future Water Challenges? Moderators: Johan Groen, Outotec (Finland); Glen Daigger, CH2M Hill (USA)

4.00pm WHO’s Drinking Water Distribution Report K. C. Lai, PUB (Singapore)

4.00pm Panel Discussion with Eric Mun, Sembcorp Industries Ltd (Singapore); Jay Bhagwan, Water Research Commission (South Africa); Richard McAllister, Department of the Environment (Australia)

[3.7] Panel Discussion: The Right Institutional and Governance Arrangements Moderators: Rob Skinner, Monash University (Australia) 4.00pm Panel Discussion with Paul Reiter, International Water Association (Singapore); Briony Ferguson, Monash University (Australia); Yoji Matsui, Japan Water Works Association (Japan); Chan Yoon Kum, PUB (Singapore); Carol Howe, ForEvaSolutions (USA); Chitkala Zutshi, Maharashtra Water Resources Regulatory Authority (India)

4.15pm Advanced Treatment of Wastewater for Potable Drinking Water Use B. Gordon, World Health Organization (Switzerland) 4.30pm Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria: Overview of Current Status - Why is ARB an Issue? M. Sobsey, University of North Carolina (USA) 4.45pm Panel Discussion with Kah Cheong Lai, PUB (Singapore); Bruce Gordon, World Health Organization (Switzerland); Mark Sobsey, University of North Carolina (USA); Choon Nam Ong, National University of Singapore (Singapore); David Cunliffe, South Australian Department of Health (Australia); Gary Amy, KAUST (Saudi Arabia)


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Busi n es s Fo ru ms 2 June, Monday

Basement 2, Expo Hall D

INDUSTRIAL PARK BUSINESS FORUM Time

Description

3.00pm

Welcome Address & Opening Presentation Mr Heah Soon Poh, Assistant Chief Executive (Cluster Development Group 1), JTC Corporation

3.15pm

SINO-SINGAPORE GUANGZHOU KNOWLEDGE CITY: Infrastructure Highlights Mr Moh Wung Hee, Senior Vice President (Infrastructure), Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City Investment and Development Company

3.30pm

City Development in Indonesia Mr Setyono Djuandi Darmono, President Director (Founder), PT Jababeka

3.45pm

Industrial Parks in India Mr Amitabh Kant, Secretary (Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion), Ministry of Commerce & Industry, India

4.00pm

MASDAR CITY-A Hub for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability in the Middle East Mr Mohammad El Ramahi, Associate Director (Asset Management, Tech and Services), Masdar

Session 2: Panel Discussion 4.15pm

Moderated by Mr Heah Soon Poh, Assistant Chief Executive (Cluster Development Group 1), JTC Corporation 1. Mr Mohammad El Ramahi, Associate Director (Asset Management, Tech and Services), Masdar 2. Mr Amitabh Kant, Secretary (Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion), Ministry of Commerce & Industry, India 3. Mr Setyono Djuandi Darmono, President Director (Founder), PT Jababeka 4. Mr Moh Wung Hee, Senior Vice President (Infrastructure), Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City Investment and Development Company

5.00pm

Closing Remarks Mr Heah Soon Poh, Assistant Chief Executive (Cluster Development Group 1), JTC Corporation

5.05pm

End

Confirmed speakers â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Names in bold


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Busi n es s Fo ru ms 3 June, Tuesday

Level 1, Expo Hall C

MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA BUSINESS FORUM Time

Description

2.30pm

Welcome Address Dr Mahmoud Abdelhaliem Abu Zeid, President, Arab Water Council

Session 1: Saline Water Conversion Corporation Project Road Show 2.45pm

Opening Address and Overview of Saline Water Conversion Corporation’s Long Term Plan to meet the increasing Water Demand in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia HE Dr Abdulrahman bin Mohammed Al-Ibrahim, Governor, Saline Water Conversion Corporation

3.15pm

Saline Water Conversion Corporation’s Upcoming New Projects Engineer Khalid Al-Jandal, Deputy General Director (Design and Studies), Saline Water Conversion Corporation

3.45pm

Q&A

Session 2: MENA Water Market and Business Opportunities 3.55pm

Upcoming Project Opportunities with General Desalination Company of Libya Mr Abdulmonem Ali Elhassadi, Chairman, General Desalination Company of Libya

4.25pm

MENA Water Market and Upcoming Water Projects Dr Olivia Jensen, Asia Editor, Global Water Intelligence

4.55pm

Upcoming Project Opportunities in MENA Mr Joseph Xavier, Chief Executive Officer (Gulf Countries), Veolia

5.25pm

Q&A

5.40pm

End

Confirmed speakers – Names in bold


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Busi n es s Fo ru ms 3 June, Tuesday

Basement 2, Expo Hall D

SOUTHEAST ASIA BUSINESS FORUM Time

Description

2.30pm

Welcome Address Mr Tay Lim Heng, President, Singapore Water Association

2.40pm

Welcome Address Mr Noupheuak Virabouth, President of Southeast Asian Water Utilities Network and Deputy DirectorGeneral of Ministry of Public Works and Transport, Lao PDR

2.50pm

Water & Wastewater Management and Potential Projects in Vietnam Dr Nguyen Tuong Van, Executive Director, Southeast Asian Water Utilities Network and Deputy Director General (Administration of Technical Infrastructure), Ministry of Construction, Vietnam

3.10pm

Water & Wastewater Infrastructure Projects in Cambodia HE Soem Nara, Director General (General Department of Industry) of Ministry of Industry and Handicraft, Cambodia and Chairman of Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority’s Board of Directors

3.30pm

Q&A Moderated by Mr Foo Hee Kiang, Vice President (General Affairs), Singapore Water Association

3.45pm

Networking Tea

4.00pm

Water & Wastewater infrastructure Projects in Indonesia Mr Frans Nembo Sukardi, Director, PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Persero)

4.20pm

Water & Wastewater infrastructure Projects in Laos Mr Phomma Veoravanh, Deputy Director General (Department of Housing and Urban Planning – Water and Sanitation Sector), Ministry of Public Works and Transport, Lao PDR

4.40pm

BIWASE’s success in Binh Duong and Opportunities for Potential Water Projects Mr Nguyen Van Thien, President, Binh Duong Water Supply, Sewerage and Environment Company, Vietnam

5.00pm

Q&A Moderated by Mr Foo Hee Kiang, Vice President (General Affairs), Singapore Water Association

5.15pm

End

Confirmed speakers – Names in bold


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Busi n es s Fo ru ms 4 June, Wednesday

Level 1, Expo Hall C

INDIA BUSINESS FORUM Time

Description

9.30am

Welcome Address Mr Arun Kumar Nanda, Chairman of CII National Committee on Water and Executive Director of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd

9.40am

Keynote Address HE Smt Vasundhara Raje, Chief Minister, Government of Rajasthan, Republic of India

Session 1: Emerging Issues, Challenges & Opportunities In India â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Environment and Water 9.55am

Shri Devendra Bhushan Gupta, I.A.S., Principal Secretary, Urban Development Housing and Local Self Government, Rajasthan

10.10am

Shri Sitaram Kunte, I.A.S., Municipal Commissioner, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai

10.25am

Shri Vijay Kumar, I.A.S., Chief Executive Officer, Delhi Jal Board

10.40am

Shri M.S. Ravishankar, I.A.S., Chairman, Bangalore Water Supply & Sewerage Board

10.55am

Dr B. Chandra Mohan, I.A.S., Managing Director, Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board

11.10am

Mr Goutham Reddy, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Ramky Enviro Engineers Limited

11.25am

Mr Mukund Vasudevan, Vice President & Country Head, Pentair

Session 2: Panel Discussion 11.40am

Moderated by Dr Isher Judge Ahluwalia, Chairperson for the Board of Governors, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations 1. Shri Devendra Bhushan Gupta, I.A.S., Principal Secretary, Urban Development Housing and Local Self Government, Rajasthan 2. Shri Sitaram Kunte, I.A.S, Municipal Commissioner, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai 3. Shri Vijay Kumar, I.A.S., Chief Executive Officer, Delhi Jal Board 4. Shri M.S. Ravishankar, I.A.S., Chairman, Bangalore Water Supply & Sewerage Board 5. Dr B. Chandra Mohan, I.A.S., Managing Director, Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board 6. Mr Goutham Reddy, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Ramky Enviro Engineers Limited 7. Mr Mukund Vasudevan, Vice President & Country Head, Pentair 8. Mr Sundaresan Raghupathy, Executive Director, CII-Godrej Green Business Centre

12.25pm

Closing Remarks Dr Isher Judge Ahluwalia, Chairperson for the Board of Governors, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations

12.35pm

End

Confirmed speakers â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Names in bold


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Busi n es s Fo ru ms 4 June, Wednesday

Basement 2, Expo Hall D

PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP BUSINESS FORUM Time

Description

9.30am

Welcome Address & Opening Presentation: The Latest Trends in Performance based Public-Private Partnership Contract Mr Christopher Gasson, Publisher, Global Water Intelligence

9.45am

Structuring Performance Based Public-Private Partnership Water Projects Mr Junaid Kamal Ahmad, Director (Sustainable Development Unit, Middle East & North Africa), The World Bank/ Mr Cledan Mandri-Perrott, Lead Financial Officer (Sustainable Development Network), The World Bank

10.00am

Improving Water Utility Efficiency through Performance-Based Contracting (PBC) – Brazil and South Africa PPP Mr Patrick Andrew Mullen, Principal Water & Sanitation Specialist (Global Water Unit, Infrastructure & Natural Resources), International Finance Corporation

10.15am

Public-Private Partnership Water Projects Ms Usha Rao-Monari, Chief Executive Officer, Global Water Development Partners

10.30am

Networking Tea

10.45am

Public-Private Partnership Models in Indonesia Ms Sinthya Roesly, President Director, Indonesia Infrastructure Guarantee Fund

11.15am

Public-Private Partnership Water Projects in Bangladesh Engineer Taqsem Khan, Managing Director, Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority

11.30am

PPP Project in Peru “Headworks and Conduction of Drinking Water Supply for Lima” Ms Patricia Pella Fernández, Adviser (Water and Sanitation Sector Projects), PROINVERSION

11.45am

Public-Private Partnership Water Projects in Africa Mr Idrissa Doucoure, Chief Executive Officer, Pan-Africa Intergovernmental Agency – Water and Sanitation for Africa

12 Noon

End

Confirmed speakers – Names in bold


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Busi n es s Fo ru ms 4 June, Wednesday

Level 1, Expo Hall C

CHINA BUSINESS FORUM Theme: Building a Sustainable China: Opportunities in Environment and Water Time

Description

2.00pm

Welcome Address Ms Grace Fu, Minister, Prime Minister’s Office, Second Minister for Environment and Water Resources and Second Minister for Foreign Affairs, Singapore

2.05pm

Opportunities in Building a Liveable City A Case Study of Water and Environment-Friendly City: Opportunities in Wuhan Mr Qin Jun, Vice Mayor of Wuhan, China

2.25pm

Opportunities in Water Reuse Beijing: What Lies Ahead? Mr Pan Anjun, Deputy Director-General , Beijing Water Authority

2.45pm

Opportunities in Industrial Solutions Water Solutions for China’s Industrial Parks – Is Zero Liquid Discharge the Way to Go? Mr Alan Yau, Chief Executive Officer, Sembcorp (China) Holding Co. Ltd

3.05pm

Opportunities in Waste-to-Energy Waste-to-Energy: A Singapore Story - Opportunities in WTE in China Cities Mr Loh Ah Tuan, Consultant, Keppel Seghers Engineering Singapore Pte Ltd

3.25pm

Opportunities in the Use of Technology Opportunities for using Technology in China’s quest for Water Sustainability Ms Lu Shuping, President, Xylem China

3.45pm

Opportunities in Financing Financing Environmental Infrastructural Projects in China Ms Elena Bourganskaia, Global Head of Water and Municipal Infrastructure, International Finance Corporation

Session 2: Panel Discussion 4.05pm

Moderated by Dr Gu Qingyang, Associate Professor & Director for Chinese Executive Education and Deputy Director for Master in Public Administration and Management Programme, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore 1. Mr Qin Jun, Vice Mayor of Wuhan, China 2. Mr Pan Anjun, Deputy Director-General, Beijing Water Authority 3. Mr Alan Yau, Chief Executive Officer, Sembcorp (China) Holding Co. Ltd 4. Mr Loh Ah Tuan, Consultant, Keppel Seghers Engineering Singapore Pte Ltd 5. Ms Lu Shuping, President, Xylem China 6. Ms Elena Bourganskaia, Global Head of Water and Municipal Infrastructure, International Finance Corporation

4.50pm

Closing Remarks

5.00pm

End

Confirmed speakers – Names in bold


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Busi n es s Fo ru ms 4 June, Wednesday

Basement 2, Expo Hall D

DESALINATION AND WATER REUSE BUSINESS FORUM Time

Description

2.00pm

Welcome Address Dr Abdullah Al-Alshaikh, President of International Desalination Association and Deputy Governor (Planning and Development) of Saline Water Conversion Corporation

2.15pm

Emerging Water Technologies in the Desalination and Water Reuse Markets Mr Jean-Michel Herrewyn, Director (Global Enterprise), Veolia

2.30pm

Desalination and Water Reuse Technologies Mr Carlos Cosín Fernández, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Abengoa Water

2.45pm

Sembcorp’s Integrated Water and Power Plant in Fujairah, UAE – Innovative Energy and Water Resources Mr William Chang Kwang Jen, Executive Managing Director of Emirates Sembcorp Water & Power Company and General Manager of Sembcorp Gulf Operation & Maintenance Company

3.00pm

Q&A Moderated by Mr Leon Awerbuch, Dean, International Desalination Association Desalination Academy

3.15pm

Networking Tea

Challenges and Opportunities in the Desalination and Water Reuse Markets 3.30pm

Desalination and Water Reuse Opportunities in Kuwait Engineer Ayad Alfalah, Assistant Undersecretary (Power and Desalination Project), Ministry of Electricity and Water, Kuwait

3.45pm

Water Forever Whatever the Weather Mrs Sue Murphy, Chief Executive Officer, Water Corporation

4.00pm

Water Treatment Markets in North America Dr Richard L Stover, Executive Vice President of Desalitech and Director of International Desalination Association

4.15pm

Water Reuse Opportunities in Middle East Mr Ghassen Ejjeh, Senior Vice President, BESIX

4.30pm

Q&A Moderated by Mr Leon Awerbuch, Dean, International Desalination Association Desalination Academy

4.45pm

End

Information accurate as of 12 May 2014

Confirmed speakers – Names in bold


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I n dustrial Water So lutio ns Foru m 2 June, Monday

Level 1, Expo Hall C

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES RELATED TO WATER TIME

Description

3.00pm

Welcome and Introduction William Ambrose, Global Head of Business Risk, Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM)

3.05pm

Water related risks and integration portfolio management risk framework

3.30pm

Research project: Columbia University present an academic research project focused on researching causality between environmental risks and economic returns in the mining industry Dr Upmanu Lall, Director of the Columbia Water Center and the Alan and Carol Silberstein Professor of Engineering at Columbia University

4.10pm

Break

4.20pm

Opportunity Set in Water Technologies NBIM has a dedicated environmental portfolio and will present the investment opportunities and strategies related to water management. Water Technologies and Industrial Strategies 1. Deane M. Dray, CFA, Managing Director, Citigroup 2. Chris McIntire, Senior Vice President and President, Analytics and Treatment, Xylem 3. Jim Lucas, Vice President, Investor Relations, Pentair Investment Strategies 1. Anthony Fritz, CFA, Portfolio Manager (Responsible for equity investment portfolios focused on global water technologies and water and waste management) 2. Matt Diserio, President, Co-Founder, and Portfolio Manager, Water Asset Management

5.30pm

Session closing remarks William Ambrose, Global Head of Business Risk, Norges Bank Investment Management

5.40pm

Introduction by Global Water Intelligence (GWI) Christopher Gasson, Publisher, GWI

5.45pm

Introducing the Zero Impact Project Global Water Intelligence has undertaken new research to quantify the impact of major industries on the water environment, determining which businesses are most exposed to water risk, and identifying ways in which this potential downside can be turned to the benefit of shareholders through smart use of technologies and better water management.

6.00pm

Discussion Panel How do corporate water users and water technology suppliers interpret the opportunities in better water stewardship? Panel members: Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Oreal, Coca Cola, Pentair, Veolia

6.30pm

End


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Description

Venue

9.00am

Welcome Address by Moderator Goh Chee Kiong, Director, Cluster Development of Environment & Water Industry Programme Office (Invited)

MBS Level 3 MR 3805

9.05am

Global Industrial Water Markets Trends in Chemicals & Refining, Pharmaceutical and Electronic Sectors Christopher Gasson, Publisher, Global Water Intelligence

9.15am

Opportunities for Innovation in Industrial Water Solutions in Singapore Puah Aik Num, Deputy Director of Technology, PUB Singapore

Parallel Break Up Sessions A. Water for Chemicals & Refining Sector 9.30am

Introduction and Background by Session Facilitator Cheong Hoe Wai, EVP, Black & Veatch

9.40am

Case study of Water Efficiency in Chemicals and Refining Sector Alberto Carimati, Managing Director, Perstorp Singapore

10.00am

Panel Discussion

MBS Level 3 MR 3805

1. Tom Stanley, CTO, GE Water & Process Technologies 2. Alan Yau, CEO (China), Sembcorp Industries 3. Tay Kin Bee, Chairman, Singapore Chemical Industry Council (SCIC) 4. Alberto Carimati, Managing Director, Perstorp Singapore 10.30am

Q&A

10.50am

Session Summary by Session Facilitator

11.00am

Break

B. Water for Pharmaceutical Sector 9.30am

Introduction and Background by Session Facilitator Rodney Aulick, VP of Industrial Division, Evoqua Water Technologies

9.40am

Case study of Water Efficiency in Pharmaceutical Sector Carlos Pereira, Site Head, Novartis Singapore & Co-Chairperson, Biopharmaceutical Manufacturersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Advisory Council (BMAC)

10.00am

Panel Discussion 1. Carlos Pereira, Site Head, Novartis Singapore & Co-Chairperson, BMAC 2. Craig Murray, Global Water for Industry Practice, Arcadis

10.30am

Q&A

10.50am

Session Summary by Session Facilitator

11.00am

Break

MBS Level 3 MR 3804

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I n dustrial Water So lutio ns Foru m Time

Description

Venue

C. Water for Electronic Sector 9.30am

Introduction and Background by Session Facilitator Patrick Couzinet, EVP of Business Development, Veolia

9.40am

Case study of Water Efficiency in Electronic Sector Singapore Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (Invited)

10.00am

Panel Discussion

MBS Level 3 MR 3904

1. Teh-Ming Liang, Chief Leading Engineer, Director of Water Technology Research Division Material and Chemical Engineering Laboratories 2. Mohamad Zackariya, GM (Plant Division), Kurita Singapore 3. Singapore Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (Invited) 4. Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) 10.30am

Q&A

10.50am

Session Summary by Session Facilitator

11.00am

Break

Closing Session 11.15am

Welcome back by Moderator Goh Chee Kiong, Director, Cluster Development of Environment & Water Industry Programme Office (Invited)

11.20am

Summary by Session Facilitators

11.30am

Q&A

11.45am

End

MBS Level 3 MR 3805

D. Water for Mining Industry 2.00pm

Introduction and Background by Session Facilitator Carmine Ciccocioppo, COO, Osmoflo

2.10pm

Water as a Business Risk for the Mining Industry Dr Driss Ennaanay, Chargé de Mission auprès de la Direction Générale, Office Chérifien des Phosphates

2.25pm

Case study of Water Efficiency in Mining Sector Mining industry association (Invited)

2.40pm

Panel Discussion 1. Zniber Mohammed Yahya, Advisor to the Chairman and CEO of OCP Group; Director of OCP Utilities Project, Office Chérifien des Phosphates 2. Mining industry association (Invited) 3. Michael Avant Smith, Commercial Director, GrahamTek Nuwater 4. Bertrand Garnier, Development Director of Industry, Technical and New Offers, Degremont 5. Kaj Jansson, Director Minerals Processing, Outotec

3.30pm

Q&A

3.50pm

Session Summary by Session Facilitator

4.00pm

End

Information accurate as of 12 May 2014

MBS Level 3 MR 3805


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TechXchan ge 1 June, Sunday

Level 3, Begonia Ballroom

Time

Description

9.00am

Keynote Welcome Address – Singapore’s Vision for Innovation in Water Chew Men Leong, Chief Executive, PUB Singapore

9.15am

Plenary Session – Innovation to Commercialization and Internationalization •

What has been the route to market of some of the biggest success stories in water technology?

What has been the number one challenge?

How can corporate investors, technology and engineering companies work with early stage companies to take their solutions to market?

What can we learn from global hubs about facilitating water innovation and adoption?

Session Chair: David Henderson, Managing Director, XPV Capital, Canada Panellists: 1. Patrick Decker, CEO, Xylem, USA 2. Laurent Auguste, Director, Innovation and Markets, Veolia, France 3. Avraham Ben Yosef, Engineering & Technologies VP, Mekorot, Israel 10.00am

Technology Innovation Session 1: Energy & Resource Recovery Selected water-tech startups present short, 7 minute snapshots of their technologies and solutions to a panel of investors with “Dragons Den” style questioning. Innovators: 1. Udi Leshem, CEO and Co-Founder, Aquanos, Israel 2. Joseph NG, CEO, Medad, Singapore 3. Howard Leemon, Senior Director, Commercial Engagement, Lodomat, Australia 4. Yuri Obst, Managing Director, Baleen Filters, Australia Investors: 1. Steve Kloos, Partner, True North Venture Partners, USA 2. Véronique Hervouet, Senior VP, Total Energy Ventures, France 3. Chuck Hansen, CEO, Electro Scan, USA

10.45am

Networking Coffee

11.15am

Implementing Innovation from the Boardroom to the Tap: Business Leaders Share Experiences of Integrating Advanced technologies into their Operations •

How do CTOs identify their technology needs and plan for future requirements?

What are the pros and cons of internal R&D versus external collaboration and partnership?

What is the best approach to select and screen for truly innovative technologies versus a technology that is a variation of a theme?

How can we ensure that every aspect of the business is open to innovation, and that new ways of operating are successfully implemented?

Case studies of successful implementation of advanced technologies and models

Session Chair: Cees Buisman, Scientific Director, Wetsus, The Netherlands Speakers: 1. Harry Seah, CTO, PUB Singapore 2. Mohamed El Ramahi, Head of Utilities and Assets Management, Masdar, UAE 3. Thierry Mallet, Executive Vice President, Innovation and Business Performance, Suez Environnement, France 4. Valerio Nannini, Managing Director, Singapore, Nestlé, Singapore


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TechXchan ge Time

Description

12.00pm (cont.)

Technology Innovation Session 2: Next-Generation Membranes and Advanced Biotech Selected water-tech startups present short, 7-minute snapshots of their technologies and solutions to a panel of investors with “Dragons Den” style questioning. Innovators: 1. Susan Mackay, President & CEO, Cerahelix, USA 2. Ludek Karasek, CEO, Lentikat’s, Czech Republic 3. Mark Perry, COO, Aquaporin Asia, Singapore 4. Michael Chua, Business Development, Ceraflo, Singapore Investors: 1. Peter Kennedy, Managing Partner, CLSA, Singapore 2. Girish Nadkarni, Managing Director, ABB Technology Ventures, Switzerland

12.45pm

Addressing the Challenges of Technology Commercialisation in International Water-Tech Markets Chuck Hansen, CEO, Electro Scan, USA

1.00pm

Networking Lunch

1.45pm

Roundtable Networking Sessions Join the debate by taking part in roundtable discussions hosted by leading industry experts. Share ideas and meet new business partners. Bring lots of business cards. Theme 1: Innovative Thinking in Wastewater Treatment and ReUse Topics •

Identifying technology innovations with the potential to leapfrog those in developed economies

Which markets currently present the greatest opportunities for advanced wastewater treatment?

Advances in modular, scalable, low energy wastewater treatment: Understanding the market opportunity

How can we accelerate the transformation from a wastewater industry to water resource recovery centres?

Where are the opportunities for cooperation within and between industries and municipal water and agriculture for water reuse?

Roundtable Hosts: 1. Steve Kloos, Partner, True North Venture Partners, USA 2. Daniel Ishag, CEO, Bluewater Bio, UK 3. Amy Leung, Director, Urban Development, Southeast Asia Department, Asian Development Bank, The Philippines 4. Glen Daigger, Senior VP & CTO, CH2M Hill, USA 5. Geodino Carpio, Group Director Operations, Manila Water, The Philippines


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Description Theme 2: Convergence in the Oil and Water Industries Topics •

Oil and gas majors are increasingly looking at water related technologies as investment targets. What critical issues are they looking to solve?

Which areas of water technology offer the greatest potential value to the oil and gas industry?

How significant are the savings delivered by current water technologies in the oil and gas industry and are there any game-changing solutions on the horizon?

Piloting and partnerships in oil and gas: What business models work best for scaling up new technology for deployment in the oil and gas industry?

Roundtable Hosts: 1. Véronique Hervouet, Senior VP, Total Energy Ventures, France 2. John Zhou, Chief Technical Officer, Alberta Innovates, Energy & Environment Solutions, Canada 3. Alan Yau, CEO (China), Sembcorp 4. Marcus Oliver Gay, IHS Research Director, Water Information and Insight, USA Theme 3: Low Energy Desalination Topics •

Do current proven desalination technologies offer a step change in low energy desalination?

Is there a disruptive technology on the horizon or have we reached the law of diminishing returns?

Using alternative energy for sustainable desalination: How big is the market opportunity?

Roundtable Hosts: 1. Ashish Aneja, Advanced Technologies Leader, GE Water & Process Technologies, USA 2. Neil Palmer, CEO, National Centre of Excellence in Desalination, Australia 3. Avshalom Felber, CEO, IDE Technologies, Israel 4. Mohamed El Ramahi, Head of Utilities and Assets Management and Alexander Ritschel, Technology Manager, Special Projects, Masdar, UAE Theme 4: The Revolution of Smart, Data Driven Technologies Topics •

Building a smarter utility: How can data create a more efficient and smarter utility system?

Sustainable Cities: Will new megacities be the drivers of the ‘smart’ water revolution?

What new business models can utilities use to pilot smart technologies?

Advanced data analytics. What information do end-users need and what are they willing to pay for?

Innovation in real-time quality monitoring and sensor technologies, optimized pumping, network management, automated leak detection and metering.

Roundtable Hosts: 1. Cindy Wallis-Lage, President, Black & Veatch, USA 2. Michael Dixon, GM Smarter Cities, IBM, USA 3. Yossi Yaacoby, Director, WATECH Division, Mekorot, Israel 4. Amir Peleg, Founder and CEO, Takadu, Israel 5. Biju George, Director, Cincinnati Water Works, USA

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TechXchan ge Time

Description

2.45pm

Networking Coffee

3.10pm

Fireside Chat One of the most successful water technology entrepreneurs, and a globally recognized authority in water and wastewater treatment technologies, ZENON founder Andrew Benedek takes part in a candid interview about the challenges in developing and commercializing new water technologies. Andrew Benedek, Executive Officer and CTO, Anaergia, Canada To be interviewed by Paul O’Callaghan, CEO, O2 Environmental, Ireland

3.30pm

Technology Innovation Session 3: Smart Water & Nanotech Selected water-tech startups present short, 7-minute snapshots of their technologies and solutions to a panel of investors with “Dragons Den” style questioning. Innovators: 1. Thomas Hies, Managing Director, Hydrovision Asia, Singapore 2. Mark Owen, CEO, Puralytics, USA 3. Ai Qun, Founder, Water Optics Technology, Singapore Investors: 1. Helge Daebel, Investment Director, Emerald Technology Ventures, Switzerland 2. Andreas Kröll, Director and Partner, New Asia Investments, Singapore 3. Booky Oren, Chairman & CEO, Booky Oren Global Water Technologies, Israel

4.15pm

Concluding Panel Roundtable hosts from each theme will share key findings from the discussions earlier in the day. Session Chair: Glen Daigger, Senior VP & CTO, CH2M Hill, USA Panellists: 1. Cindy Wallis-Lage, President, Black & Veatch Water, USA 2. Ashish Aneja, Advanced Technologies Leader, GE Water & Process Technologies, USA 3. Daniel Ishag, CEO, Bluewater Bio, UK

4.55pm

Disrupt-o-meter and Blue Truffle Awards BlueTech Research will present the Disrupt-o-meter Award to the technology company who has been voted the most innovative, disruptive technology and BlueTruffle Award to the company who has been voted to have the strongest go-to-market strategy.

5.00pm

End

Information accurate as of 12 May 2014


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Hydro - gen A new focus area for SIWW in 2014 is the development of future talent for the water industry. Hydro-gen aims to provide an immersive platform for a wide range of talents to develop their knowledge, awareness and skills in water. Flagship programmes this year include the HydroPreneur Programme and the Young Water Leaders Summit. Other events under Hydro-gen include Activate, Water Showcases, the Singapore Junior Water Prize, the Sembcorp Water Technology Prize, the Humanitarian Water Filtration System Engineering Design Challenge, the WorldSkills Foundation Water Innovation Challenge and the Singapore International Water Festival.

HydroPreneuer The HydroPreneur Programme serves to develop a crop of water entrepreneurs, and to commercialize water technologies for the global water industry. The accelerator programme is supported by the Environment and Water Industry Programme Office (EWI), an inter-agency office set up to spearhead the growth and development of the water industry in Singapore. Following an intensive nine-week industry-oriented programme run by internationally-renowned Lean LaunchPad by NUS and the Founder Institute, the best teams will pitch at Hydro Pitch Day on 2 June 2014. Each of these teams have been selected for their promising technologies or unique business models.  

Young Water Leaders Summit The Young Water Leaders Summit (YWLS) brings together the water leaders of the future, and seeks to equip and transform them as effective catalysts of continuous change in their home regions and in the wider water world. The Summit will facilitate interactive dialogues in pressing water issues, and provide a platform for networking among young professionals, industry leaders and water practitioners. Selected participants will represent the YWLS in the Water Leaders Summit, an exclusive byinvitation gathering of luminaries from the global water sector.

31 May, Saturday Time

Description

9.00am-12.00pm

Opening and Introduction by PUB

Level 2, Gallery Cafe, Marina Barrage

Social Programme Get to know inspirational peers in tightly-knit groups 1.00pm-3.00pm

Young Water Leaders Forum Session on Water Security for the Future Design action plans for building future through urban water security

3.30pm-5.30pm

Young Water Leaders Forum Session on Youth Solution for Water and Sanitation Identify case studies and best practices across integrated water management programmes for improving sanitation in Asia and the Pacific.

1 June, Sunday

Level 2, Gallery Cafe, Marina Barrage

Time

Description

8.30am-9.30am

Young Water Leaders Forum

10.00am-11.30am

Water Professionals Panel

Dialogue with Ms Grace Fu, Second Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, Singapore Ever wondered what it was like to be in the water sector? Hear from both senior water leaders and mid-career water professionals. There will be sharing and Q&A between the panellists and young professionals. 1.00pm-3.00pm

Young Water Leaders Forum Session on Water and Industry Define sustainable criteria for companies to achieve water stewardship

3.30pm-5.00pm

Reflection Side Event by Partners

6.00pm-9.30pm

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Hydro - gen 2 June, Monday Time

Description

Venue

9.00am-10.15am

In-Conversation

10.45am-12.30pm

Joint Opening Plenary

Sands Grand Ballroom L, Level 5

“Shaping our Cities, Water and Environment for a Liveable and Sustainable Future” 1.30pm-3.00pm

Singapore Water Lecture and Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize

3.30pm-5.30pm

Hydro Pitch Day The best and the brightest from the inaugural HydroPreneur Programme will take centrestage, and pitch to an audience of top water companies, venture capitalists, and potential clients.

Cassia 3211 and 3212, Level 3

Gain first-to-contact access to entrepreneurial water talents and their innovations.  

3 June, Tuesday Time

Description

Venue

Track 1: Water Leaders Summit 8.15am-9.30am

Water Leaders at the Breakfast Table

9.30am-11.00am

Water Leaders Roundtable

11.15am-12.45pm

Water Leaders Dialogue 1 and 2

Jasmine 3801A, Level 3 Hibiscus 3701A, 3704, Level 3

Track 2: Water Convention 9.00am-10.30am

Water Convention Keynote Plenary

11.00am-12.30pm

Water Convention Parallel Tracks 1-7

Begonia 3001B, Level 3

Common Track 4.00pm-6.00pm

Young Professionals Networking Reception A platform for young professionals to network with industry leaders, investors and recruiters.

Hibiscus 3701A, Level 3

The Singapore Junior Water Prize, Sembcorp Water Tech Prize and Humanitarian Water Filtration System Engineering Design Challenge prizewinners will be awarded during the Reception.

4 June, Wednesday Time

Description

Venue

6.00-9.30pm

SIWW Closing Dinner

S.E.A Aquarium, Resorts World Sentosa

Information accurate as of 12 May 2014


SITE VISITS

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SITE VISITS Site Visit 1: Closing the Water Loop – A Sustainable Solution Sites include: • Changi Water Reclamation Plant • Sembcorp NEWater Plant Visitors will be introduced to Singapore’s Deep Tunnel Sewerage System (DTSS), a super-highway for used water. The heart of the DTSS is the Changi Water Reclamation Plant, the largest water reclamation plant in the region. Visitors will also see how NEWater, Singapore’s own brand of high-grade reclaimed water is produced at the Sembcorp NEWater Plant, Singapore’s largest NEWater plant, which is located on the rooftop of the CWRP to maximize land use.

Site Visit 2: Advancing with Membrane Technology in Desalination & Water Reuse Sites include: • Tuaspring Desalination Plant • Industrial Used Water Recycling Plant @ Jurong Visitors will be brought to Tuaspring Desalination Plant, currently one of the world’s largest membrane-based desalination plant. The plant is also the first to be integrated with an on-site power generation plant and a model of sustainable water management. Also catch the industrial used water (IWW) recycling system in action at Jurong. The system, set up by Meiden, uses technology of Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) and Ceramic Membrane Bioreactor process (C-MBR) to recycle IWW containing high organic loading with economical benefits.

Site Visit 3: Bringing People Closer to Water Sites include: • Kallang River @ Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park • Sungei Ulu Pandan Introduced in 2006, the Active, Beautiful, Clean Waters (ABC Waters) Programme is an initiative to transform Singapore’s waterways and reservoirs into vibrant, clean and aesthetically-pleasing streams, rivers and lakes. Part of PUB’s strategic objective to bring Singaporeans closer to water so that they can better appreciate and cherish this precious resource, it creates new community focal points and recreational spaces for people to enjoy. Date

: 1st run : 1 June 2014, Sunday 2nd run : 5 June 2014, Thursday

Time

: 9.00am –1.00pm

Tickets

: S$50 per site visit

Transport

:

2-way transport will be provided. Coaches will depart from Sands Expo & Convention Center, Marina Bay Sands. Please be there 15 minutes before the stated time of the site visit. Please note that bus will depart punctually.

Dress Code : Comfortable light clothing for warm weather and covered walking shoes. For safety reasons, NO shorts, skirts, bermudas, sandals, slippers are allowed.


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SITE VISITS Integrated Site Visit 1: Punggol 21+ Realising the Vision of New Towns Sites include: •

Punggol Waterway Park

• Punggol Point • Treelodge @ Punggol •

Integrated Transport Network

Lorong Halus Wetland

A waterfront town of the 21st century, Punggol is the vision of new towns. Featuring a new concept in housing, the town is served by an integrated transport network and clustered amenities, and supported by commercial centres with green landscapes and a waterway running through the estate. The delegates would have a chance to explore this innovative urban product during this visit.

Integrated Site Visit 2: Singapore River and Marina Bay An Attractive & Sustainable Precinct Sites include: • Singapore River • Marina Barrage • Gardens by the Bay • Marina Bay City Gallery Home to the world’s first city reservoir and the iconic Gardens by the Bay, the Marina Bay is now an extension of the old Central Business District, and a gem of modern Singapore. The Singapore River, once polluted and unsuitable for human and marine activities, has been transformed into a remarkable scene today. This tour offers an insight into what it took to bring about this urban transformation. Integrated Site Visits Date

: 1 June 2014, Sunday

Time : Integrated Site Visit 1: 8.30am – 12.30pm Integrated Site Visit 2: 2.15pm – 6.00pm Tickets : Integrated Site Visit 1: S$50 Integrated Site Visit 2: S$80 Transport

: 2-way transport will be provided. Coaches will depart from Sands Expo & Convention Center, Marina Bay Sand. Please be there 15minutes before the stated time of the site visit. Please note that bus will depart punctually.

Dress Code : Comfortable light clothing for warm weather and covered walking shoes. For safety reasons, NO shorts, skirts, bermudas, sandals, slippers are allowed.


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CO -LOCATED E VENTS A: MEETINGS No

Date

Time

Title

Organiser

Venue

1.

29 - 31 May

Full Day (29-30 May) Half Day (31 May)

Global Water Research Coalition (GWRC) Board of Directors Meeting

GWRC

WaterHub

WPC

Orchard Hotel

Environment and Water Industry Programme Office (EWI)

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3211

Ministry of National Development, Singapore

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3101A, 3101B, 3102 & 3103

WPC

Orchard Hotel

SEAWUN

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3410A

22nd United Nations Secretary-General’s Advisory Board on Water and Sanitation (UNSGAB) Meeting

UNSGAB

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3812 & 3813

The Expert in Water Environments

DHI Water & Environment (S) Pte Ltd

MBS CC, Level 4, MR 4C

Prof Asit K. Biswas, Academician, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore, and Founder of Third World Centre for Water Management

Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore

PUB, Singapore’ s National Water Agency & National Environment Agency (NEA)

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3911

IWP, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3810B

(Private Event)

2.

30 May

Full Day

World Plumbing Council (WPC) Executive Board Meeting

3.

31 May

Full Day

Environment and Water Technology International Advisory Panel Meeting

4.

31 May – 1 Jun

Half Day (PM)

10th Ministers’ Forum on Infrastructure Development in the Asia-Pacific Region (APIMM) 2014

(Private Event)

(Private Event)

(Private Event)

5.

31 May

Full Day

6.

1 Jun

Half Day (PM)

World Plumbing Council (WPC) General Meeting (Private Event) Southeast Asian Water Utilities Network (SEAWUN) Board Meeting Term III, No 7 (Private Event)

7.

8.

2 – 4 Jun

2 - 4 Jun

Full Day

Full Day

(Private Event)

9.

3 Jun

Half Day (PM)

Brain Storming Meeting (Private Event)

10.

3 Jun

3.00pm – 5.00pm

Singapore’s Deep Tunnel Sewerage System (DTSS) Phase 2 Expert Panel Meeting (Private Event)

11.

3 Jun

Half Day (PM)

Institute of Water Policy (IWP): International Advisory Panel Meeting 2014 (Private Event)

Contact: Leanne Burney burneyl@un.org


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CO -LOCATED E VENTS No

Date

Time

Title

Organiser

Venue

12.

3 Jun

3.00pm – 4.30pm

Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) Strategic Partners Committee Meeting

SIWW

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3D

APDA

MBS CC, Level 4, MR 3004

IDA

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3D

Mitsubishi Electric Asia Pte Ltd

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3604

Japan Water Forum

WaterHub

EWI & PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency

Environment Building

WHO & PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency

WaterHub

PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency

Environment Building

(Private Event) 13.

4 Jun

3.00pm – 5.00pm

Asia Pacific Desalination Association (APDA) Board Members Meeting (Private Event)

14.

4 Jun

10.00am – 12.00pm

International Desalination Association (IDA) Site Selection Committee Meeting (Private Event)

15.

4 Jun

Full Day

Mitsubishi Electric Global PA Meeting (Private Event)

16.

5 –6 Jun

Full Day (5 Jun) Half Day (6 Jun)

17.

5 - 6 Jun

Full Day

18.

5 - 7 Jun

Full Day

15th Asia Pacific Water Forum (APWF) Governing Council Meeting and Regional Kick Off Meeting (Private Event) Environment and Water Industry Programme Office (EWI)’s Project Evaluation Panel Meeting (Private Event) World Health Organisation (WHO) Technical Meeting on the Guidelines on Drinking Water Quality (Private Event)

19.

9 Jun

Full Day

PUB’s External Audit Panel Meeting (Private Event)

* MBS CC denotes Marina Bay Sands Convention Center

B: WORKSHOPS/SEMINARS No

Date

Time

Title

Organiser

Venue

1.

29 May 2 Jun

Full Day

Aquarius Programme: Raising the Next Wave of Water Business Leaders

PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency & Economic Development Board (EDB), Singapore & Human Capital Leadership Institute

Marriott Hotel

Environment and Water Industry Programme Office (EWI) & PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency

WaterHub

IDA

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3601A & 3601B

(Private Event)

2.

31 May

Full Day

2014 Biomimetics & Biomimicry Workshop: Applications for Desalination (Private Event)

3.

31 May 1 Jun

9.00am – 5.00pm

International Desalination Association (IDA) Desalination Academy Two-Day Course: •

Operational Aspects of Reverse Osmosis and Membrane Plants

Mega Size RO Desalination Plants

(Open for Registration)

Contact: Nancy Pagels npagels@idadesal.org


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CO -LOCATED E VENTS No

Date

Time

Title

Organiser

Venue

4.

1 Jun

Half Day (AM)

Aqua Conversations: Envisioning the Future, Leveraging Diversity

PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency & Economic Development Board (EDB), Singapore & Human Capital Leadership Institute

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3403

Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), Singapore & PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency

WaterHub

Prof Asit K. Biswas, Academician, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore, and Founder of Third World Centre for Water Management

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3311 & 3312

Nature’s Glory Pte Ltd

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3002, 3003, 3102 & 3103

(Private Event)

5.

29 May – 4 Jun

Full Day

Singapore Cooperation Programme on “Delivering Water from Source to Tap” (Private Event)

6.

2 Jun

Half Day (PM)

Future of World’s Water beyond 2030 (Private Event)

7.

2 Jun

3.30pm – 5.30pm

HiFlo AM Water - A New Functional Water with High Dissolved Hydrogen and Dissolved Oxygen Produced by Advanced Electrolysis System for Wellness and Health (Open for Registration)

8.

9.

10.

11.

2 Jun – 3 Jun

2 Jun – 3 Jun

2 Jun – 3 Jun

2 Jun

Full-Day (Held in 20-minute sessions throughout the day) Full-Day (Held in 20-minute sessions throughout the day) Full-Day (Held in 20-minute sessions throughout the day) 3.00pm – 6.00pm

New MANN+HUMMEL Membio: Next Evolution of Compact MBBR/UF Wastewater Technology

3 Jun

2.30pm – 5.30pm

MANN+HUMMEL ULTRA FLO PTE LTD

(Open to all, registration not required) New MANN+HUMMEL Polyethersulfone Membrane Generation and Advanced Cartridge Technology

MANN+HUMMEL Enhanced Polyacrylonitrile Membrane Technology

MANN+HUMMEL ULTRA FLO PTE LTD

Global Crowdfunding Revolutionise Potential in Water Industry (Open for Registration)

MBS CC, Basement 2, Expo Hall, Booth B2-R14 (MANN+HUMMEL ULTRA-FLO Booth)

MANN+HUMMEL ULTRA FLO PTE LTD

(Open to all, registration not required)

Water Challenges and Solutions in the AsiaPacific: Perspectives and Contribution to the 7th World Water Forum

MBS CC, Basement 2, Expo Hall, Booth B2-R14 (MANN+HUMMEL ULTRA-FLO Booth)

(Open to all, registration not required)

(Open for Registration)

12.

Contact: Chris Lim chrislim@natures-glory. com

MBS CC, Basement 2, Expo Hall, Booth B2-R14 (MANN+HUMMEL ULTRA-FLO Booth)

National Committee for the 7th World Water Forum & World Water Council (WWC) Contact: Heejung Jung hj.wwf7@gmail.com

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3111 & 3112

Phoenixict Pte Ltd

Waterboat House, 3 Fullerton Road, #03-01, Singapore 049215

Contact: Judy Wang jwang@phoenixict.biz


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CO -LOCATED E VENTS No

Date

Time

13.

3 Jun

2.00pm - 3.30pm

Title

Organiser

Venue

Realizing Water and Green Growth

K-Water & The National Committee for the 2015 World Water Forum Korea (WWFKNC) & World Water Council (WWC)

MBS CC, Level 5, Ballroom I

PUB Singapore’s National Water Agency & The Institution of Engineers, Singapore

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3002, 3003, 3102 & 3103

(Open to all, registration not required)

14.

4 Jun

9.00am – 2.00pm

Active, Beautiful, Clean Waters – Enhancing Liveability of Our Environment (Open for Registration)

Contact: Annie Kee annie.kee@iesnet.org.sg (Tel: 64611241 / 64695000) 15.

4 Jun

9.30am – Noon & Noon – 1.00pm (Business Luncheon)

Investment and Business Environment Seminar on Singapore (Open for Registration)

ASEAN-KOREA Centre & Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3606 & 3706

Contact: Kyu Ri KIM krkim@aseankorea.org +82 2 2287 1123 or Lionel Lim lionel_lim@edb.gov.sg +82 2 2112 5148 16.

4 Jun

8.00am – 1.00pm

Asia Pacific Water Safety Plan Network Participants Symposium (Private Event)

17.

4 Jun

1.00pm – 3.00pm

High Level Round Table – Water Security

Asia Pacific Water Safety Plan Network & International Water Association (IWA) & World Health Organisation (WHO)

WaterHub

K-Water

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3602 & 3603

NSF International Contact: Suwanna Laohacharoensombat Slaohachar@nsf.org +66818508093

MBS, Level 3, MR 3703

EDF’s event organised by UBIFRANCE under high patronage of French Embassy

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3001B, 3101A & 3101B

CIWEM Contact: Tom Beskeen tom.beskeen@mottmac. com

Courtyard and Gallery Suite , Marina Barrage, 8 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018951

(Private Event) 18.

4 Jun

9.30am - 12.30pm

New U.S. Lead Content Law for Products in Contact with Drinking Water: NSF Certification (Open for Registration)

19.

4 Jun

8.30am – 1.00pm

Sustainable Cities Business Forum France ASEAN (Private Event)

20.

5 Jun

Full Day

The Charted Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) Urban Drainage Group International Conference and Workshop – Urban Drainage in Asia Pacific – Modelling and Challenges (Open for Registration)


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CO -LOCATED E VENTS No

Date

Time

Title

Organiser

Venue

21.

5 Jun

2.30pm – 4.00pm

NUS Environmental Research Institute (NERI) Seminar on LKY Water Prize 2014 – Orange County Water District “New Water” Past and Present

NERI

National University of Singapore (NUS), 5A Engineering Drive 1, T-Lab Building, Level 5, Seminar Room 1, Singapore 117411

(Open for Registration) 22.

5 – 6 Jun

8.00am – 5.00pm

A One Day Seminar and One Day Site Visit (with Technical Explanations) on Pipes for Pipe Jacking & Innovative Pipe Jacking Techniques (Open for Registration)

Contact: http://137.132.165.245/ registration/050614/

Singapore Society for Trenchless Technology (SgSTT) & National University of Singapore (NUS)

Environment Building, 40 Scotts Road, MEWR Theatrette,4th Level, West Wing

Contact: Ms Nisah imail@sgstt.org.sg 97124054 23.

6 Jun

12.15pm to 2pm

H2O Seminar Series: Impact of climate change on water quality and health: A focus on cholera (Open for Registration)

PUB, Singapore’s national water agency & Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA)

Connect@ WaterHub, Level 2 Auditorium, 80 Toh Guan Road East Singapore 608575

Contact: Ms Nuraini Osman Nuraini_osman@pub. gov.sg 68852534 * MBS CC denotes Marina Bay Sands Convention Center

C: NETWORKING EVENTS No

Date

Time

Title

Organiser

Venue

1.

29 May

6.00pm – 9.00pm

Hitachi Partners Appreciation Dinner

Hitachi Infrastructure System (Asia) Pte Ltd

The Fullerton Hotel, The Straits Room, Level 4

PWN Technologies

MBS CC, Level 4, Simpor Junior Ballroom Foyer & Garden Walk 3

Danish Export Association & The Royal Danish Embassy

MBS CC, Basement 2, Expo Hall, Danish Pavilion

SIWW & SPS

MBS CC, Level 1, Expo Hall B, Networking Lounge

SIWW & SgSTT

MBS CC, Level 1, Expo Hall B, Networking Lounge

(Private Event) 2.

1 Jun

8.00pm – 10.00pm

PWN Technologies 5th Networking Night (Private Event)

3.

2 Jun

2.00pm – 3.00pm

Network Reception with opening of the Danish Pavilion and Danish Water Technology House (Private Event)

4.

2 Jun

2.30pm – 3.30pm

5.

2 Jun

5.00pm – 6.00pm

Industry to Industry Networking Session for Singapore Plumbing Society (SPS) (Private Event) Industry to Industry Networking Session for Singapore Society for Trenchless Technology (SgSTT) (Private Event)


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CO -LOCATED E VENTS No

Date

Time

Title

Organiser

Venue

6.

2 Jun

11.30am – 12.30pm

Industry to Industry Networking Session for Singapore Water Association (SWA)

SIWW & SWA

MBS CC, Level 1, Expo Hall B, Networking Lounge

AECOM

MBS CC, Basement 2, Expo Hall, Booth E16 (AECOM Booth)

(Private Event) 7.

2 Jun

4.30pm – 6.00pm

Book Launch of “Wastewater Engineering: Treatment and Resource Recovery” Textbook and Networking Reception (Open for Registration)

8.

3 Jun

4.00pm – 6.00pm

CH2M Hill Networking Reception

Contact: Joyce Ng Joyce.ng@aecom.com, 6394 0304 CH2M Hill

MBS CC, Basement 2, Expo Hall, Booth J16 (CH2M Hill Booth)

SIWW & SIAA

MBS CC, Level 1, Expo Hall B, Networking Lounge

IWA

Butter Factory, The Main Room; Level 2 Unit 2, One Fullerton,1 Fullerton Road Singapore 049213

(Private Event) 9.

3 Jun

2.30pm – 3.30pm

10.

3 Jun

7.00pm – 9.00pm

Industry to Industry Networking Session for Singapore Industrial Automation Association (SIAA) (Private Event) International Water Association (IWA) 2014 Project Innovation Awards Combined Asia-Pacific and East Asia Regional Awards Ceremony and Reception

Contact: pia@iwahq.org

(Open for Registration) 11.

3 – 5 Jun

9.00am – 5.00pm (3 – 4 Jun)

Water Innovation Challenge Open Studio

WorldSkills Foundation

Customer & Visitor Centre at ITE College East, 10 Simei Avenue Singapore 486047

SIWW & IES

MBS CC, Level 1, Expo Hall B, Networking Lounge

SIWW & SEC

MBS CC, Level 1, Expo Hall B, Networking Lounge

(Open to all, registration not required)

9.00am – 1.15pm (5 Jun) 12.

4 Jun

2.30pm – 3.30pm

13.

4 Jun

11.30am – 12.30pm

Industry to Industry Networking Session forInstitution of Engineers, Singapore (IES) (Private Event) Industry to Industry Networking Session for Singapore Environment Council (SEC) (Private Event)

* MBS CC denotes Marina Bay Sands Convention Center

D: PRESS EVENTS No

Date

Time

Title

Organiser

Venue

1.

1 Jun

2.30pm – 3.30pm

Xylem Media Conference

Xylem Water Solutions Singapore Pte Ltd

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3610

De.Mem & Hawaco

MBS CC, Level 1, Expo Hall, Innovation Pavilion, Booth L1-SO2

De.Mem & Hau Giang Water Supply and Sewerage– Project Urban JS Company

MBS CC, Level 1, Expo Hall, Innovation Pavilion, Booth L1-SO2

(Private Event) 2.

2 Jun

5.00pm – 5.45pm

Letter of Intent Signing Ceremony between De.Mem Pte Ltd and Hawaco (Private Event)

3.

2 Jun

5.00pm – 5.45pm

Letter of Intent Signing Ceremony Between De.Mem Pte Ltd and Hau Giang Water Supply and Sewerage – Project Urban JS Company (Private Event)


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CO -LOCATED E VENTS No

Date

Time

Title

Organiser

Venue

4.

2 Jun

2.30pm

Memorandum of Understanding Signing Ceremony between NUS and Shimadzu (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd

NUS Environmental Research Institute

MBS CC, Level 1 Expo Hall, Booth L1Q02 (NUS Booth)

NUS Environmental Research Institute

MBS CC, Level 1 Expo Hall, Booth L1-Q02

(Private Event) 5.

3-Jun

10.00am

6.

3 Jun

11.00am

Memorandum of Understanding Signing Ceremony between NUS and Lab Science Solution Pte Ltd

(NUS Booth)`

(Private Event) Memorandum of Understanding Signing Ceremony between PUB and Fukuoka City Road and Wastewater Bureau (Private Event) 7.

3 Jun

5.00pm

8.

3-Jun

2.30pm - 3.00pm

Soft Launching Witteveen+Bos South-East Asia Pte Ltd

PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency & Fukuoka City Road & Wastewater Bureau

MBS CC, Basement 2, Expo Hall Booth: B2-G02

Witteveen+Bos SouthEast Asia Pte Ltd

MBS CC

PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency & National Environment Agency (NEA)

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3601A, 3601B, 3602, 3701A, 3701B & 3702

(Jetro Booth)

(Private Event) Singapore’s Deep Tunnel Sewerage System Phase 2 & Integrated Waste Management Facility Contract Signing Ceremony (Open for Registration)

Contact: June Koh June_koh@pub.gov.sg 67313212 * MBS CC denotes Marina Bay Sands Convention Center

E: COMMUNITY AND YOUTH EVENTS No

Date

Time

Title

Organiser

Venue

1.

3 Jun

4.00pm – 6.00pm

Sembcorp Water Technology Prize 2014

Science Centre Singapore & Sembcorp Industries Ltd

MBS CC, Level 3, MR 3701A

Ngee Ann Polytechnic

MBS CC, Level 1, Expo Hall, L1-W02, 04, 06, 10, 12, 14, 16 & 18

(Private Event)

2.

1 - 3 Jun

Full Day (1 - 2 Jun) Half Day (3 Jun)

Singapore Junior Water Prize 2014 Competition (Open to all, registration not required)


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CO -LOCATED E VENTS No

Date

Time

Title

Organiser

Venue

3.

3 - 5 Jun

9.00am – 4.30pm (3 – 4 Jun)

Water Innovation Challenge 2014

World Skills Foundation

(Open for Registration)

Partners: Institute of Technical Education (ITE) & World Plumbing Council (WPC) & International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) & Royal Melbourne Institution of Technology (RMIT)

Central Amphitheatre, ITE College East, 10 Simei Avenue, Singapore 486047

9.00am – 1.15pm (5 Jun)

Contact: Grace Lung Grace.lung@ worldskillsfoundation. org 4.

7 Jun

8.00am – 2.00pm

Singapore International Water Festival (SIWF) 2014 (Open for Registration)

Singapore Polytechnic Contact: Tan Chin Chye tancc@sp.edu.sg

Marina Barrage, 8 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018951

Friends of Water Networking Session Friends of Water Networking Session brings together community representatives to share ideas and best practices towards building a  sustainable future for water management. Participants comprise a variety of non-governmental organisations (NGOs), private corporations, schools, public agencies and individuals. The session will be held on 3 June and will include a tour of Siloso Beach Resort, recipient of the Singapore President’s Award for the Environment. Community Events - Water Showcases 2014 From learning trails to nature walks, Water Showcases 2014 promises an enjoyable and enriching time for everyone. Get up close and personal with aquatic wildlife by kayaking along MacRitchie Reservoir, or discover Singapore’s water journey while cycling along Marina Reservoir. Championed by the community for the community, these Showcases highlight best practices in environmental stewardship through interactive tours and learning journeys at our reservoirs and waterways. Admission to each Water Showcase is free. Slots are limited and allocated on a first-come-first-served basis No

Date

Time

Title

Organiser

Venue

1.

31 May

9.00am – 10.00am

Lorong Halus Green Trail

Singapore Environment Council

Lorong Halus Wetland

2.

1 Jun

7.30am – 11.30am

Bird Watching at Kranji Marshes

Nature Society (Singapore)

Kranji Marshes

3.

1 Jun

2.00pm – 5.00pm

Marina Bike Learning Trail

Waterways Watch Society

Marina Reservoir

4.

2 Jun

9.00am – 11.00am

Nature Walk at Berlayer Creek

Keppel Club

Berlayer Creek

5.

3 Jun

4.00pm – 6.00pm

Eco Tour of Siloso Beach Resort

Siloso Beach Resort

Siloso Beach Resort

6.

5 Jun

9.00am to 11.30am

Kayaking Learning Trail at MacRitchie Reservoir

Singapore Environment Council

MacRitchie Reservoir

Register your interest today by emailing pub_watershowcases@pub.gov.sg with your name, contact number and preferred Water Showcase and/or Friends of Water Networking Session. Information accurate as of 12 May 2014


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World Cities Summit Pavilion

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booth_ location b2-n07 b2-m31 b2-Q03 b2-K22 b2-u02 b2-K14 b2-h25 b2-t10 b2-L24 b2-C29 b2-t12 b2-b16 b2-r28 b2-d21 b2-t22 b2-L06 b2-r35 b2-A18 b2-v29 b2-A14 b2-e11 b2-u02 b2-K10 b2-u11 b2-h10 b2-g02 b2-F08 b2-d26 b2-h23 b2-P23 b2-Q02 b2-J04 b2-b26 b2-v29 b2-e14 b2-F10 b2-S14 b2-A30 b2-e35 b2-b10 b2-b02 b2-e02 b2-h07 b2-P27 b2-h22 b2-d20 b2-h14 b2-g28 b2-n32 b2-b03 b2-L09 b2-b29 b2-m14 b2-C22 b2-r14 b2-S10 b2-n04 b2-C28 b2-v23 b2-P02 b2-P02 b2-h28 b2-u25 b2-P16 b2-h20 b2-J07 b2-m09 b2-J10 b2-Q32 b2-e18 b2-J13 b2-L24 b2-g34 b2-L29 b2-S21 b2-v22 b2-C25 b2-v29 b2-C08 b2-P32

Exhibitor Company netherLAndS WAter PArtnerShiP netZSCh ASiA PACiFiC Pte Ltd nevAdA Center oF eXCeLLenCe neWterrA niJhuiS induStrieS niPPon dAiyA vALve Co.,Ltd. nordiC WAter Pte. Ltd nSF ASiA-PACiFiC Co.,Ltd. nuWAter nv nom ontArio miniStry oF eConomiC deveLoPment, trAde & emPLoyment oPteX Co., Ltd. oPtiQuA teChnoLogieS orgAniCA WAter originoiL, inC PAn ASiAn hoLdingS Limited PArteCh inStrumentS Ltd PAvedrAin, LLC PentAir WAter ASiA PACiFiC Pte Ltd Pioneer environmentAL teChnoLogy Pte Ltd PiPeCo FrP tAnKS Sdn bhd PiPeLine ServiCeS Pte. Ltd. PLAStiCA ALFA SrL PmPS Liner teChnoLogy (S) Pte Ltd PoreX FiLtrAtion PortAPure Prime driLLing gmbh ProFeSSionAL WAter teChnoLogieS Pub - ConneCt@SiWW Lounge PumPort engineering Pte Ltd Pure teChnoLogieS Ltd PureSyS Pte Ltd PWn teChnoLogieS QuALity FLoAt WorKS, inC, rAinSoFt reAL teCh, inC red FLint SAnd & grAveL, LLC reLiAnZ engineering Pte Ltd reLineeuroPe Ag rivA modeLing SyStemS inC roPv royALhASKoningdhv rSP SuCtion eXCAvAtorS Pte. Ltd. SALineX Pte Ltd SAm mCCoy mAnuFACturing Sdn bhd SAnLi mne engineering Pte Ltd SChAuenburg mAb SChneider eLeCtriC SeiKA CorPorAtion SeKiSui ChemiCAL Co., Ltd. SembAWAng engineerS And ConStruCtorS Pte. Ltd. Senuo FiLtrAtion teChnoLogy (tiAnJin) Co., Ltd Severn trent ServiCeS SeWer eQuiPment ComPAny oF AmeriCA ShAndong rAitte Fine ChemiCAL Co., Ltd. ShAnghAi rudi FLuid Conveyor Co., Ltd. ShenZhen KAihong membrAne environmentAL teChnoLogy Co., Ltd. ShimAdZu (ASiA PACiFiC) Pte Ltd Shin nAn CASting FACtory Co., Ltd SiCo bLoWer Limited SimoP SingAPore teChnoLogieS eLeCtroniCS Limited SingAPore WAter ASSoCiAtion (SWA) SinteCh SCientiFiC (SeA) Pte Ltd SKytem SurveyS APS SorbiSenSe A/S SPeCtrA-teKniK (S) Pte Ltd SPringer SPX CorPorAtion StAte oF green StAte oF iLLinoiS StAtiFLo internAtionAL Ltd StF-FiLtroS SueZ environnement Sumitomo eLeCtriC induStrieS, Ltd SungKWAng SubmerSibLe PumP Co., Ltd SuntAr WAter PuriFiCAtion teChnoLogy Co., Ltd. SuPerPoWer PumPing engineering Co., Ltd

booth_ location b2-m20 b2-K08 b2-d29 b2-d10 b2-v12 b2-h05 b2-m34 b2-t07 b2-P05 b2-m20 b2-d10 b2-J09 b2-K09 b2-u10 b2-K29 b2-m02 b2-u02 b2-C24 b2-t18 b2-J02 b2-u09 b2-m04 b2-A05 b2-r31 b2-K26 b2-A22 b2-r26 b2-d10 b2-C02 b2-r08 b2-d02 b2-d09 b2-L02 b2-b21 b2-A28 b2-d10 b2-K25 b2-L14 b2-S29 b2-d10 b2-P14 b2-m20 b2-r22 b2-K30 b2-d13 b2-C12 b2-S23 b2-Q14 b2-h03 b2-h02 b2-n03 b2-Q06 b2-u14 b2-b19 b2-P31 b2-g26 b2-e25 b2-C10 b2-K34 b2-t31 b2-L28 b2-g20 b2-L04 b2-A03 b2-v29 b2-v29 b2-K03 b2-v24 b2-d27 b2-v29 b2-A26 b2-b01 b2-t14 b2-t16 b2-e02 b2-C09 b2-t21 b2-t25

Exhibitor Company SWAn AnALytiCAL (S) Pte Ltd SWing CorPorAtion SynteCh engineerS Pte Ltd tAiZhou huAngXin eLeCtroniC SCienCe And teChnoLogy Co., Ltd. tAKAdu tAP eLeCtroniCS Co., Ltd. tAProgge gmbh teChnobiZ / WAter treAtment ACAdemy the ChArLeS mAChine WorKS, inC the nAtionAL Committee For the 7th WorLd WAter Forum tiAnJin FSK FLoW ControL eQuiPment Co., Ltd tintometer gmbh tongXiAng SmALL boSS SPeCiAL PLAStiC ProduCtS Co., Ltd. torAy induStrieS,inC toriShimA PumP mFg. Co., Ltd. toShibA CorPorAtion toyobo Co.,Ltd. toZen CorPorAtion trACto-teChniK gmbh & Co. Kg trAde LinK mediA Pte Ltd trevi SyStemS SyStemS triteCh grouP Limited troJAn teChnoLogieS u.S. embASSy ubiFrAnCe ueS hoLdingS Pte Ltd ugL (SingAPore) Pte Ltd uhrig gmbh vAF FiLtrAtion SyStemS vCS denmArK A/S veCtor inFoteCh Pte Ltd veoLiA vermeer ASiA PACiFiC viLLAgePumP viSCotherm Ag vitenS voiLerie du Sud oueSt - bhd voLteA vontron teChnoLogy Co., Ltd W & P KoreA WAChS utiLity ProduCtS WAmgrouP WAter ALLiAnCe WAter environment FederAtion WAter teChnoLogy ACCeLerAtion ProJeCt (WAtertAP) WAterCAre ProduCtS Pte Ltd WAterChem Pte Ltd WAterLeAu WAtermAn uSA WAvin overSeAS WeStrAde grouP Ltd Witteveen+boS South-eASt ASiA Pte. Ltd. Wog teChnoLogieS Pte Ltd WuhAn LongShen SeAL mAnuFACture Co., Ltd. WuXi doubLe horSe driLing tooLS Co.,Ltd Xi’An PumP & vALve PLAnt Co., Ltd Xi’An XinShengtAi WAter treAtment teChnoLogy Co., Ltd Xi’An hAohAiJiA WAter treAtment teChnoLogy Co., Ltd XPv CAPitAL XyLem inC. yoKohAmA WAter buSineSS ASSoCiAtion ZheJiAng doyin PumP induStry Co., Ltd ZheJiAng LigAo PumP teChnoLogy Co., Ltd. ZheJiAng ouming FLuid CASting induStry Co., Ltd ZhuhAi JiAnghehAi WAter treAtment eQuiPment And teChnoLogy Co., Ltd. ZoeLLer ComPAny

booth_ location b2-t05 b2-h08 b2-r25 b2-d24 b2-Q10 b2-C05 b2-C17 b2-d07 b2-Q20 b2-b14 b2-S07 b2-d16 b2-S22 b2-J18 b2-g14 b2-g01 b2-F05 b2-e06 b2-r24 b2-P35 b2-L25 b2-L10 b2-g16 b2-d25 b2-L30 b2-g18 b2-v18 b2-S27 b2-b13 b2-v29 b2-P03 b2-L16 b2-P26 b2-m20 b2-J34 b2-m20 b2-m29 b2-m20 b2-Q04 b2-b08 b2-d23 b2-u33 b2-m20 b2-J26 b2-d10 b2-C14 b2-L03 b2-h32 b2-J28 b2-P33 b2-Q34 b2-m20 b2-S02 b2-g24 b2-Q24 b2-t23 b2-g30 b2-n28 b2-d10 b2-L18 b2-e10 b2-t27 b2-S05 b2-h29 b2-S24 b2-K23

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Internet China

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SIWW 2016 Sales Office

Discussion Area

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Exhibitors Presentation Room

Exhibitors Club

France

China WEF

China

Trenchless

USA

Netherlands

State Of Illinois

China

Germany

UK

Singapore Connect @SIWW

Trade Visitors Registration

Israel

Entrance/Exit

Japan

Entrance/Exit

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Canada

Korea

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DELEGATE PRIVILEGES

DELEGATE PRIVILEGES


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DELEGATE PRIVILEGES 1. Marina Bay Sands

Shopping & Dining Privileges available at participating outlets For more information, visit www.siww.com.sg/delegate-privileges or download the SIWW Mobile App.

SIWW Mobile App Available on:

2. Sustainable Tumbler*

Bring your sustainable tumbler to SweetSpot (Marina Bay Sands, Level 1 & 3) from 1-5 June to enjoy 10% off your coffee or tea!

* Find your very own sustainable tumbler in your conference kit.

3. Gardens By The Bay

(Valid from 31 May- 8 June 2014)

Enjoy

^ Discount is applicable on the prevailing admission rates to 2 Conservatories only (Foreign & Local Delegates)

10% off admission

^

to the 2 conservatories, Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, at Gardens by the Bay!

Delegates will need to flash their original delegate pass at Gardens by the Bay’s main ticketing booth in order to enjoy the discount (Not applicable for online purchase) Each delegate will be able to purchase up to 4 discounted tickets

4. National Heritage Board Museums

(Valid from 1-6 June 2014)

Discover the charm of Singapore’s rich and diverse culture at the many museums and heritage institutions around the island. For more information, visit www.nhb.gov.sg


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Green i n g you r delegate e xperien ce Sustainable Tumbler* *Find your very own sustainable tumbler in your conference kit. 

Use the re-usable tumbler as your water companion even after SIWW 2014

 Bring your sustainable tumbler to SweetSpot (Marina Bay Sands, Level 1 & 3) from 1-5 June to enjoy 10% off your coffee or tea!

Go digital 

Download our SIWW Mobile App for information on-the-go!

SIWW Mobile App Available on:

Our Venue is BCA Green Mark Certified  Marina Bay Sands (MBS) Expo and Convention Centre has been designed to promote sustainability, and they operate with an active engagement in the 3Rs of Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling.

Marina Bay Sands’ Green Features:

Extensive use of LED lights

Rainwater harvesting for toilet flushing

Self-closing taps and constant flow regulators in public area bathrooms

Utilisation of recycled materials and products under Singapore’s Green Labeling Scheme

We encourage all delegates to go green and be environmentally-friendly with these simple steps: return your event equipment (lanyards, ID cases) after use, use your sustainable tumbler, and print only when necessary. Let’s all do our part to save the environment! For more information on our eco-friendly measures, visit www.siww.com.sg/sustainable-event-measures


NOTES & APPOINTMENTS

NOTES & APPOINTMENTS


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