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Don’t miss the final chance to join SIWW’s inaugural Webinar Series on Urban Coastal Resilience and Resource Resilience! Register now and mark your calendars for the exciting discourses with leading water industry experts on 6 and 7 July. The webinars are complimentary to all participants.

Urban Coastal Resilience

We are delighted to announce that H.E Margriet Vonno, the Ambassador of the Netherlands to Singapore, will be delivering a welcome address at the Urban Coastal Resilience webinar on 6 July at 4.00PM Singapore time.

Endorsed by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Singapore, and co-organised with Arcadis, the webinar will feature case studies from Amsterdam, New York and Singapore on how these cities are building up their coastal resilience in the face of urbanisation, climate change, sea level rise and increased flood risks.

View brochure for more details.

Resource Resilience

Join us for the webinar on Resource Resilience: Moving from Linear to Circular Resource Management, on 7 July at 9.30AM Singapore time, co-organised with Black & Veatch.

Grab this unique opportunity to hear from utility leaders from PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency, Manila Water Company, Inc., and Clean Water Services as they share their experiences on how they overcome obstacles and challenges in implementing circular resource management in their utilities.

View brochure for more details.


While the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted plans for face-to-face meetings, the conversations must go on and we will be bringing them to you!

Over the coming months, starting from the week of 6 July 2020, we will be presenting specially curated SIWW Webinars that will feature discussions on emerging areas and topics of interest to the global water community. Showcasing end-user case studies and best practices, global water leaders and experts will share their experiences and perspectives on how we can build a more resilient and sustainable water future together.

Look out for more info in the coming emails. For enquiries, please contact us at

Important notices


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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.

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