[WEBINAR] Roundtable: Real world benefits using Green Chlorine model for water treatment

De Nora will be bringing you the discussion on weighing your water treatment options as supply chain and regulatory concerns at the forefront. Three industry experts will walk you through a new model for Green Chlorine production using one Australian city as a real-world example. The webinar will take place on 10 November 2022 at 2pm GMT+8.

Why attend?

Hear directly from a municipal water treatment operator using the Green Chlorine model in their utility.

• Explore the advantages of on-site hypo generation as a decentralized ethical solution for disinfection sourcing.

• Ask the panel live questions about their experience and how to apply these benefits at your utility.


Jason Brooks, Chief Growth Officer, Aquadex Pty Ltd

Jason has over 20 years’ experience in the water, wastewater, and maintenance services industries and has held multiple executive-level roles including CEO. An award-winning industry leader, Jason has led working groups and committees across multiple networks. Jason has a proven track record in delivering major products across a range of disciplines and bringing innovative products and services to market.

Stephen Jewell, Director of Water @Mt. Isa City Council

Water industry leader and management professional. He has 30 years of senior management experience in both local government in NSW and Queensland, and in water utilities in New South Wales, Queensland, and Victoria.

Marwan Nesicolaci, General Manager, De Nora Water Technologies Asia Pacific Hub

Marwan Nesicolaci has been an executive leader in the water industry for more than 30 years at Universal Aqua Technologies, Severn Trent, and De Nora Water Technologies. Marwan leads his teams to drive new-market entry and performance with innovative water treatment solutions to tackle regional water challenges. He holds the patent for a water filtration system control panel in the US and has been an individual member of the Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association (WWEMA). De Nora Water Technologies is a member of the Singapore Water Association.

Daniel Chua, Moderator, Water & Wastewater Asia

Daniel Chua has played an active role in marketing and communication for sustainable and innovative water treatment technologies for over a decade. He believes that Water Innovations applied collectively can help address environmental imbalances whilst improving people’s lives. He considers himself privileged to be able to support leading water industry innovators to meet these aims.

Join us on 10 November 2022 at 2pm GMT+8 to find out more.