Launched in London in the Spring of 2012, World Water-Tech has established itself as a meeting place for international stakeholders focused on advancing the commercialisation of advanced water and wastewater solutions.
Hours of Networking
"The quality of discussion topics, speakers and solutions showcased were excellent and we again expect for the event to bring us interesting new partnerships and commercial opportunities."
Another great event. Well done, there was a great buzz in the conference with lots of perfect networking opportunities.
A unique opportunity to meet and create lasting relationships with key members of the water industry. The collaborative meeting format allowed us to not only generate significant leads within our defined market, but also opened the doors to new and exciting opportunities in areas we had not previously considered
"An ideal environment for networking opportunities with a high standard of attendees and organisations specialising in innovative water technologies."
The event provided a very good perspective of the water innovation landscape, including both challenges and opportunities, from high-quality speakers and delegates in a fast-moving and thought provoking format.
01 - 03 November 2017 Toronto, Canada
2017 marks the fifth year for World Water-Tech North America, supported by WaterTAP Ontario. This year we focus on city resilience and the future for advanced technologies in strengthening our urban water networks. Leading edge municipalities, private utilities, corporate investors, engineering giants and emerging technology companies will meet in Toronto to discuss new paths to finance and develop smart, connected infrastructure and closed loop resource recovery systems.Visit event website
World Water-Tech brings together at each summit over 250 industry leaders to explore how we can harness innovation to address the most urgent issues facing the world’s water supply. Focusing on the need for flexible and adaptive solutions in the face of climate change, expert panelists discuss new models for smarter, more effective water and wastewater infrastructure and share case studies of best practice from around the globe.