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Special Report on SIWW Spotlight 2019

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How can industries quench their growing thirst for water? In an increasingly water-stressed world, companies are realising the risks that water poses to their business sustainability. Yet, even with readily available technologies, not enough is being done to reduce water use, replace water from alternative sources, and reclaim wastewater.

The Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) Spotlight 2019 in June thus zeroed in on how industrial water users could improve their water management. To learn about the top approaches, best practices and technologies discussed, view our Special Report here.

For further insights and solutions, join us at SIWW 2020 (5-9 July).

Latest News

SIWW welcomes new Managing Director

Mr Ryan Yuen (replaced Director)
Mr Bernard Tan (new Director)

Mr Ryan Yuen (left) replaces Mr Bernard Tan (right) as the Managing Director of SIWW.

SIWW is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Ryan Yuen as its new Managing Director, with effect from 1 October 2019. He replaces Mr Bernard Tan, who had served as SIWW’s Managing Director since 1 July 2014.

"I am delighted to be taking over this exciting portfolio. Under Bernard’s leadership, the SIWW has become one of the world’s leading must-attend water events. My team and I hope to build on this success to bring even greater value to our partners, sponsors, delegates, exhibitors and trade visitors. For SIWW 2020, we aim to inject fresh concepts to enhance the visitor experience of our valued participants. For content, emerging issues such as climate resilience, resource efficiency and smart digital transformation of water utilities will receive greater focus. I look forward to welcoming everyone to SIWW in July next year," said Ryan.

SIWW has grown from 8,500 attendees in 2008 to 24,000 attendees at the 2018 edition, where SIWW also celebrated its 10-year anniversary with a record-breaking S$23 billion value of business announcements.

SIWW 2020 Exhibition and Sponsorship Prospectus

Interested to raise your company’s profile and gain access to networking and business opportunities within the entire water value chain at SIWW 2020? Download the SIWW 2020 Exhibition and Sponsorship Prospectus for the range of exciting packages today.

Singapore Water Management Series

Course on Water Supply Network Management

Water Supply Network

SIWW 2020 will have a strong focus on smart utilities, including smart water supply networks.

In the lead-up to the event, the Singapore Water Academy (established by PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency), will be organising a five-day Water Supply Network Management course from 13 to 17 January 2020. Part of the Academy’s flagship Singapore Water Management Series, this course provides an in-depth understanding of key topics on urban water supply network management such as:

  1. Water safety in distribution systems
  2. Strategies to manage and reduce non-revenue water
  3. Sustainable network asset renewal and management
  4. Real-time monitoring and the development of smart water grids
  5. Water conservation and customer engagement strategies

The course will be taught by leading local and international practitioners, including Mr Abelardo P. Basilio (Chief Operating Officer, Manila Water Operations, Manila Water Company Inc.), Mr François Figueres (Advanced Water Networks Senior Expert, Suez), Mr Chan Yoon Kum (Senior Consultant, PUB), and Mr Chong Hou Chun (Senior Consultant for Water Supply (Network) Department, PUB) to name a few.

Click here for the course brochure.

For more details, please contact:

Mr Jason Wong (jason_jx_wong@pub.gov.sg)
Mr Vickeswaran Danabal (vickneswaran_danabal@pub.gov.sg)

Important Notice

As we gear up for SIWW 2020, we would like to urge exhibitors to exercise caution when dealing with companies that have asked you to update or correct your data with fair directories and subsequently claimed fees.

We want to assure our visitors, delegates and exhibitors that we take data protection seriously. To avoid possible unwarranted and/or unnecessary financial commitments, please view this advisory note and other important points for you to take note of here.

In the event that you are being approached, please forward a copy of the communication to info@siww.com.sg.