Georg Fischer (GF) Piping Systems is set to be the Gold Sponsor for the Integrated Water Management Summit, scheduled for 3 to 4 May, 2017 in Dubai UAE. The summit, which is organised by UMS Conferences, will involve the participation of key government authorities and representatives from leading organisations in the Middle East. Supported by the Ministry of Energy, UAE, the event will bring together leading water authorities and engineering experts in the region to discuss what measures can be taken to achieve water sustainability.
GF Piping Systems is a leading supplier of plastic piping systems, and specialises in developing system solutions and high-quality components for the safe transport of water, gas and other synthetic media in industrial, utilities, and building technology. The company’s product line includes fittings, valves, pipes, automation, instrumentation and jointing technology, and covers all water cycle applications. GF Piping Systems carries over 60,000 products for a variety of applications and specialisations. It caters to customers in over 100 countries through its own sales companies and representative offices. The company is present in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Americas, with more than 30 manufacturing sites as well as research and development centres, which also support energy-saving use of raw materials and resources. Speaking about GF Piping System’s participation in the Integrated Water Management Summit, Siva Davamani (Market Segment Manager – Water Treatment GCC) said “Water is life! Growing pressure on water resources nowadays it’s mandatory to improve water use efficiency, exploring new market solutions reducing cost & wastage.”
The Integrated Water Management Summit will serve as a platform for water authorities in the Middle East to discuss regulations, water management strategies and emerging technologies in water desalination and wastewater treatment. The event will bring together numerous regional and international experts in water sustainability to explore solutions to the challenges faced in the operation and maintenance of water services. It will also assess existing and emerging technologies in smart water grid management, maintenance of water services, wastewater reuse methods and water asset management.
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