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IWA Conference //IWA EFFICIENT 2019, Water Efficiency - Driving Sustainable Development

The International Water Association (IWA) Specialist Group for Efficient Urban Water Management will bring the 10th IWA Efficient Conference to Manila, Philippines on 13-16 January 2019 at the Marriott Grand Ballroom.

The conference will gather urban water and wastewater professionals to reflect on shared challenges and promote efficient solutions. A simultaneous exhibition will feature some of the most innovative technologies from around the world. Efficient 2019 is hosted by two of the leading urban water companies in the Philippines: Metro Pacific Water and Maynilad Water Services.

  • A session on the Water-Energy-Food Nexus will be held on the 15th of January by ARCADIS

Where and when

  • 13-16 January 2019
  • Marriott Grand Ballroom, Manila, Philippines

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