Launched in London in the Spring of 2012, World Water-Tech has expanded into a global series of events and established itself as a meeting place for international stakeholders focused on advancing the commercialisation of advanced water and wastewater solutions.
Hours of Networking
“As the climatic range appears to increase worldwide, it is critical that we share contemporary thinking, knowledge and solutions from around the globe. The World Water-Tech summit is the single event that I have come across that provides such a forum to meet so many knowledgeable people in just two days.”
“A very busy and highly effective two days: a rare opportunity to network 1 to 1 with clients and new tech companies from around the world.”
"World Water-Tech is the place to be inspired with smarter products and services, and to find innovative solutions to drive business growth."
“The panelists were, almost without exception, knowledgeable, engaging and insightful and I came away with some new perspectives on the subject of developing water technologies.”
05 - 06 October 2021 Los Angeles
Join us for 1-1 meetings, interactive group discussions, start-up pitches and critical intelligence from industry leaders at the World Water Tech North America Summit in 2021.
Our expert speaking faculty will present live, before hosting roundtables on new technologies and strategies to achieve more secure, resilient, and sustainable water and wastewater system.
World Water-Tech brings together more than 250 industry leaders at each summit 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 group together to discuss new models for smarter, more effective water and wastewater infrastructure and share case studies of best practice from around the globe. As well as this, World Water-Tech brings together the latest and most exciting innovative technologies that pitch their solutions to investors in a bid to take on the world's pressing water issues.