Ozwater 2017: Veolia shares its unparalleled technical expertise

Showing its devotion and commitment to the water industry, Veolia Water Technologies (Veolia) will be participating in the Ozwater 2017 Conference in Australia and New Zealand as a key sponsor. Onsite from the 16th to the 18th of May at the International Convention Centre in Sydney, Australia, Veolia will be engaging new and existing key clients, as well as sharing insights with other water professionals from the municipal and industry markets in two keynote presentations.

“Veolia is dedicated to providing the industry with its suite of water and wastewater technologies, and Ozwater continues to be an ideal platform for us to present our latest innovation to all water professionals and associated industries,” Communications and Marketing Executive, ANZ, Veolia Water Technologies, Anthony Millis, said. “As our team interacts with international water professionals at the event, we look forward to learning more about current and new challenges in the market to aid in our research to develop effective solutions to these problems.”


Veolia’s insights
Two of Veolia’s technical experts will be sharing their insights on the following topics:

  • Smart City Design Through Effective Treatment of Urban Stormwater
    Chen Xiao Hua, Engineering Director, Asia Municipal, Veolia Water Technologies
    17th May 2017, 10.45am, Stream 4 – Room 3.5
  • Rehabilitation for Concrete Sewer Using Sacrificial Coating
    Thomas Debruyne, national Business Development Manager, Network Services, Veolia Water Technologies
    18th May 2017, 11.15am, Ventia Theatrette


Lounge with Veolia
Additionally, Veolia, as a sponsor of the Delegate Lounge at Ozwater 2017, will be welcoming all trade visitors and delegates at the Veolia Delegate Lounge – a rest area with complimentary coffee located within the exhibition hall. Visitors keen to find out more about Veolia’s sustainable and effective technologies can approach the company staff stationed at the lounge.

Veolia will be exhibiting at C18 from the 16th to the 18th of May.