IFAT is the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management. Being the largest platform for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management, IFAT gathers the industry from all over the world and its innovative offers set benchmarks for the future.
AWWA is is a live event, where water sector professionals can come together and learn, connect and be inspired to solve today’s global water challenges. And for those who are not able to be physically present – our event will include a hybrid feature where we stream content from our most essential tracks.
- 16 Tracks (more than 80 sessions), with 26 Sessions Streamed Virtually
- Fan-Favorite Competitions, like Pipe Tapping
- Networking Opportunities
- The Innovation Hub
- The Exhibit Hall Featuring Current Solutions
ACE22 provides an opportunity to connect with global water experts in every segment of the water sector. Whether at the Water Industry Luncheon or pre-conference workshops providing hands-on learning experiences, AWWA cannot wait to welcome back the water sector to San Antonio in June for a highly anticipated ACE22, showcasing smart technologies and new programs that address critical issues to protect the world’s most important resource!
The WWT Pollution Mitigation, Management & Risk Conference will unite the water sector and key stakeholders to assess current and emerging regulation related to pollution incidents, including the Environment Act and DWMPs, drive innovation in the performance of overflows, help the industry establish effective customer engagement strategies, and explore the latest technological
solutions helping to drive data-led decision making in sewer networks.
Join this 1-day event to find out what a storm overflows action plan should look like, the role of nature-based solutions in tackling pollution, and how AI, smart sensors and predictive analytics
are playing their part in moving the industry forward. Plus, find out how your peers are changing the narrative around pollution for customers and stakeholders, and what PR24 will mean for long and short-term investment in pollution prevention.
Globally, acknowledgement of the environment’s importance is becoming much greater – and sustaining water supplies and reducing leakage is very much a part of environmental improvement.
The Global Leakage Summit returns to London as a LIVE and ONLINE event in July 2022. Now in its 12th year, the 2022 Summit will focus on latest advances in technology and software for data analysis, featuring the most innovative and successful examples of delivering and maintaining reduced leakage levels across the world.
- Managing Leakage in a Decade of Challenges
- A Dual Approach To Resource Sustainability and Leakage Targets
- Building a Workforce for the Future to Support the Challenges of Leakage and Carbon Reduction
- Digging Deeper to Solve Perennial Problems – Introducing a Culture to Prevent Leaks, Solve Background Leakage and Promote Smart Repairs
- Collaborating on Technology and Software for Even Smarter Networks
The leading Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) conference and exhibition will be held on 12th and 13th October 2022. WWEM will focus on instruments and services for water and wastewater process monitoring, laboratory analysis, field and portable testing, with over 150 companies exhibiting instruments, equipment and services that monitor, test and analyse water and wastewater. In addition, there will be over 80 free CPD Certified technical workshop sessions on applications, case studies and new technologies.
In 2022 WWEM will again run side by side AQE 2022 (The 12th International Conference and Exhibition on Air Quality and Emissions Monitoring). Visitors to WWEM and AQE will be able enter both these complementary events free of charge and will now benefit from attending two industry shows at one time under one roof showing a full range of products and services for Environmental monitoring.