Developing a comprehensive wastewater network to minimise demand on fresh water sources and safeguard Egypt’s water security
Egypt's wastewater sector has stepped its efforts to close the gap in capacity that exists especially in rural areas. The government have set aggressive targets, that need to be met in the next 18 months, to increase capacity from 15-50%. With funding from the World Bank and the European Union, NOPWASD has been given almost $1 billion from these development agencies to fund the National Rural Sanitation Plan as well as the Improved Water and Wastewater Sanitation Programme II.
Meanwhile in the major cities there has been a a focus on developing tertiary treatment capacity with the mammoth $2.4 billion Abu Rawash upgrade being inked at the end of last year, the upgrade of the Gabal Al Asfar project and the $4 billion Egyptian Pound development of the infrastructure New Cairo Capital by the New Urban Communities Authority. In light of the rapid activity in this sector we are organising Wastewater Egypt from 28-29 August to discuss these projects and the most efficient and cost effective technologies that will be utilised in delivering them.
We have assembled a stellar lineup of senior speakers representing all the above projects mentioned as well as those responsible for the planning and execution of wastewater projects in the country for years to come.
2016 Headline Speakers
National Organisation for Potable Water & Sanitary Drainage
President Director General
ONAS – National Office Sanitation Tunisia
Arab Water Council
Egypt Green Building Council
Professor of Chemical Engineering / Chairman
Cairo University / Chemonics Egypt, Engineering & Management Consultants
Director Research & Development
VA TECH WABAG Group
Business Development Manager
ACCIONA Agua S.A.
Regional Water Director
New Urban Communities Authority
Holding Company for Water & Wastewater
Chief of Industrial Wastewater Management
Alexandria Sanitary Drainage Company
Head of PPP Central Unit
Ministry of Finance
Chairman & CEO
Director of Water & Wastewater Department
Khatib & Alami
ACE Moharram Bakoum
What to Expect
Learn Best Practices
Learn about the international best practices in water treatment to be able to improve the quality of effluent and increase reuse
See Design & Cost Impact
Hear about the impact of wastewater treatment plant design on operation and maintenance costs
Meet the main stakeholders that are responsible for the delivery of Egypt’s water treatment infrastructure to win future business
Hear From Experts
Gain insights from international speakers about how they solved rural wastewater challenges to learn lessons that can be applied to Egypt’s towns
Latest Plant DevelopmentsHear about the plans for the development of new water treatment facilities to enable you to formulate an effective plan to achieve your 2016/17 business development objectives
Who should Attend
Government ministries and authorities responsible for the development of the wastewater sector
Regional wastewater companies that operate and maintain the water treatment infrastructure looking to reduce the cost of operation
Consultants tasked with the design and project management of Egypt’s future water treatment infrastructure
Contractors responsible for the building of the country’s water network
Water treatment companies that can treat wastewater to produce high quality effluent suitable for agricultural and industrial reuse
Suppliers that can provide cost effective materials to the wastewater sector
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