From left to right, Frank Rogalla, José Miguel Santos, Alan Thomson, and José Enrique Bofill
In Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Aqualia was present in the International Water Summit held from the 15th to the 18th of January, where it displayed its intelligent solutions for operating water supply systems, as well as the efficient management of wastes in urban treatment plants within the framework of the circular economy.
Along with other notable representatives such as Alan Thomson, General Director of the Emirate sanitation company (ADSSC), José Enrique Bofill, Regional Director MENA and Asia Regional Director, took part in the panel Taking the Waste out of Wastewater.
José Enrique Bofill in Taking the Waste out of Wastewater roundtable.
“Our vision of efficiency is to do much with little and convert waste water into resources,” Bofill stated.
Frank Rogalla, R&D Director, and Carlos García Díaz, Technical Manager of the project to reduce leaks in the supply in Riyadh, also presented talks on Aqualia’s main innovation projects affecting the reduction of the carbon footprint and of the advanced management of systems that company is carrying out in the capital of Saudi Arabia.
“Aqualia’s main objective is to be close to its clients and to work hand-in-hand with the commitment of achieving common goals in the efficient management of water,” José Miguel Santos, Aqualia Country Manager in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Oman, added.
In the Emirate of Abu Dhabi (UAE), Aqualia already manages the operation and maintenance of the sanitation and treatment system in the eastern area, which includes the city of Al Ain and remote areas, serving a population of more than 650,000.