Singapore International Water Week
As one of the leading international water events in Asia, Singapore International Water Week brings thought leaders, experts and practitioners from governments, utilities, academia and industry together to share and co-create innovative solutions to meet with pressing urban water challenges globally.
Dutch water sector @ SIWW2022
The Dutch water sector offers worldwide solutions that look beyond too much or too little water, without losing their water driven connection. Meet Acquaint, Aquatech Global Events, Atradius, C-Cube, City of Rotterdam, Delta Marine Consultants, Deltares, Demcon Optiqua, Flexbase, IHE Delft, Netherlands Water Partnership and Water Alliance at the exhibition floor, hall B2-booth F19.Find out more
Urban water cycle
Organised by PUB, Singapore’s national water agency, Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) will cover all aspects of the urban water cycle reflective of current trends and issues in and around the water sector. Critical to shaping the future of water, emerging themes such as digital water, resource recovery and climate resilience will continue to be featured at SIWW.
SIWW 2022 is expected to attract over 10,000 international, regional and local attendees looking for solutions to urban water challenges, and to build and renew business partnerships. The Water Expo will feature over 500 exhibitors with the latest solutions and technologies across 3 full exhibition halls.
The event takes place from 17 – 21 April 2022 at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre in Singapore, alongside the World Cities Summit and CleanEnviro Summit Singapore.
In contrast to the SIWW 2021 Online edition held last year, the Water Convention 2022 will be held as a physical event. The Water Convention 2022 will gather professionals and technology providers from around the world to share their knowledge, practical experiences and novel technologies to address the current and emerging water challenges under the following themes:
- Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Network)
- Delivering Water from Source to Tap (Treatment)
- Effective and Efficient Wastewater Management, Treatment & Conveyance
- Cities of the Future
- Water Quality and Health
- Nexus and Circularity