The Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) is the global platform to share and co-create innovative water solutions. The biennial event gathers stakeholders from the global water industry to share best practices, showcase the latest technologies and tap business opportunities. The online event takes place from 21 June until 2 July 2021.

Dutch water sector @ Singapore International Water Week 2021

From digital water solutions to adaptation, and from coastal management to zero waste solutions. The Dutch water sector is showcasing its experiences and innovative technical solutions throughout the SIWW2021 Online week, creating a platform for interaction and knowledge exchange.

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Key thematic areas

As one of the leading water events in the world for urban water management, SIWW looks forward to build partnerships and collaboration to meet the emerging challenges facing the global water sector. With an emphasis on innovation, solutions and technologies that are relevant to the wider Asian region, SIWW 2021 will focus on key thematic areas including climate resilience, resource circularity and digital water.

SIWW will kick off with SIWW2021 Spotlight on 21 June, comprising of two high-level plenary sessions. Water leaders in governments, utilities, academia and industry will share their perspectives on fostering innovation and collaboration towards a more sustainable water future. This session will also identify challenges and discover opportunities for stakeholders to leverage on to achieve water security and sustainability. 

Next, the two-week SIWW2021 Online (21 June - 2 July) allows global leaders, experts and practitioners to connect, share and learn from one another. This virtual event will feature close to 100 keynotes, thematic webinars, workshops on best practices and solutions spanning the urban water cycle and a virtual expo featuring some 100 exhibitors with the latest cutting-edge solutions and technologies, product and technology showcases. Sessions will be recorded for on-demand viewing and will be accessible until 31 August 2021. There will also be virtual networking opportunities for knowledge sharing, learning and exchange.