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04.11.2012 - 07.11.2012 | Cairo | Conference

Conference and Exhibition which will focus on the efficient conservation, provision and management of water

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Water scarcity is a growing problem facing North African countries. The decrease of fresh water resources creates a need to adopt innovative sustainable water management and implement an efficient sanitation system that will provide the region’s population with the essential healthy life environment.

Recognizing that water is a scarce and valuable resource and needs to be managed and used wisely, WaterNA Conference and Exhibition will focus on the efficient conservation, provision and management of water and will explore the best strategies and technologies that will develop water and sanitation supply and coverage in the region as well as the potential financing and investment opportunities available for water project development. WaterNA provides an opportunity to network with the region’s key government officials, water and wastewater utilities, and the industry leading experts.

Conference key topics include:

- Legal framework and policy making in water sector
- Water security, Nile River and hydro politics
- Securing investment and funding for water and wastewater projects financing
- The Integrated Sanitation and Sewerage Infrastructure Project
- Managing salinity to overcome water pollution
- Water desalination to meet the ever-rising local water demand
- Wastewater recycling to conserve potable fresh water resources