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“Collaborating to enable access to clean water & affordable sanitation for all”

CONFERENCE OVERVIEW

Drinking water supply and sanitation in India continue to be inadequate, despite longstanding efforts by the various levels of government and communities at improving coverage. Out of the 1.3 Billion population In India, 77 million people lack access to safe water while 769 million people lack access to improved sanitation. 157 million Indians or 41 percent of Indians living in urban areas, live without adequate sanitation. India comes on top for having the greatest number of urbanites living without sanitation.

The total Indian water market is estimated to be about USD 4 billion, growing at a rate of 15-20% every year. The municipalities and industries are continuously investing substantial money in water and wastewater improvement, creating ample opportunities for water and wastewater treatment equipment technology in India. To develop sustainable sanitation management business models in India, it is important for local entrepreneurs pair up with governing bodies like municipal corporations, gram panchayats and zilla parishads and create a formal relationship. Global players in the field of water are keenly watching the developments in India that has suddenly come to mean big money due to the Govt. policy of privatization in this area.

The 3rd Annual NSWSS 2018 will address the latest and most pertinent water issues confronting our Nation. Sustainable water supply and sanitation is a very important issue due to the increase in water scarcity, the impact of climate change & adaptation, and the increasing demand in water and adequate sanitation. The attendees will be posted with engineering best practices, successful case studies, and innovative solutions for problems in the water & wastewater sector, industrial wastewater management and low cost & innovative sanitation solutions.

This will be the apt platform that brings together water & sanitation professionals, policymakers, private institutions, industry leaders, experts, consultants, regulators, academics, and practitioners. Here’s the opportunity to address water and wastewater challenges, exchange knowledge, get exposed to up-to-date technologies, and strengthen your capacity.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

Discover best industry practices from the best in the business

Interact with the “Who’s Who” in the water & sanitation industry

Highlight and boost your brand recognition

Opportunity to Interact and listen to some of the top national industry leaders, policy/decision makers from the government

Gain access to the most cutting-edge technologies, domestic business opportunities, interactions with targeted audience and invaluable peer-to-peer networking

Explore how intelligent synergies blending finance and technology can deliver solutions

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

Discover best industry practices from the best in the business

Interact with the “Who’s Who” in the water & sanitation industry

Highlight and boost your brand recognition

Opportunity to Interact and listen to some of the top national industry leaders, policy/decision makers from the government

Gain access to the most cutting-edge technologies, domestic business opportunities, interactions with targeted audience and invaluable peer-to-peer networking

Explore how intelligent synergies blending finance and technology can deliver solutions

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation
  • Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs
  • Rural and Urban Local Bodies
  • Municipal Corporations
  • Public Health Departments
  • Central and Stare Pollution Control Board
  • State Water Supply & Sewerage Boards
  • Local & International Solution providers
  • Trade Commissioners
  • Embassy officials
  • Funding Agencies
  • Start-ups, research & Development organizations

  • Urban & Rural Planning & Development Departments
  • Central, State and District Coordinators for Water and Sanitation
  • Central, State and District SBM Urban & Rural Coordinators
  • Operation & Maintenance Contractors
  • Consultants
  • FMCG companies
  • Large Industrial Houses
  • Manufacturing Companies
  • Construction companies
  • Investment firms
  • NGO’s

INDIA’S WASTE WATER TREATMENT CAPACITY

54%

of India’s Ground- Water Wells Are Decreasing

THE CLEAN WATER CRISIS

Vast section of the Indian population don’t have access to clean water for drinking and cooking. Water contamination in urban muncipal water supply systems is very common especially during monsoons. People in rural areas collect their water from ponds, or borewells that are contaminated by agricultural residue. A shocking low percentage of the population has adopted water treatment technology.

800 MILLION

INDIANS DON’T TREAT THEIR WATER IN SPITE OF CONTAMINATION

700 MILLION

INDIANS DON’T HAVE ACCESS TO DRINKING WATER NEAR HOUSES

73 MILLION

WORKING DAYS LOST ANNUALLY DUE TO WATERBORNE DESEASE

21%

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES ARE CAUSED BY WATER

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