Veolia Water, ITT China to Exhibit in China
Veolia Water and ITT China are planning to exhibit at the Water Expo China on Nov. 10-13 in Beijing, according to a press release.
The water fair is supported by China's Ministry of Water Resources and also will include Beijing Capital and other premier Chinese water industry companies.
The event, to be held at the National Agricultural Exhibition Centre, will bring together local and international water industry specialists, products, and technology and service suppliers to meet with government officials, engineering and construction industry representatives, builders, planners, and conservationists.
Currently there are about 100 exhibitors from 17 countries registered: Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States of America.
In China, Veolia Water is running 25 projects for municipal and industrial partners in 19 cities covering drinking water production and distribution, customer services, and consumer and industrial wastewater treatment.
Specializing in water and fluids management, ITT China Investment Co., Ltd., delivers fresh water to communities and commercial businesses, as well as transporting wastewater and returning it to streams and rivers. At the event, the company will show how it is helping the Chinese government to solve drinking water problems in rural areas.
Dong Ruiping, ITT's vice president and director of External Affairs said: "Water Expo is an excellent platform for us to exchange information with the water industry. We hope that our China experience, especially providing safe drinking water in rural areas, will help other developing countries. The visitors are the right targets for us, especially government, construction companies, investment companies, and water safety engineering companies."
Beijing Capital Co. Ltd., is a major Chinese water investment and operating management company. Currently it treats more than 7.6 million tons of water serving an urban population of more than 14 million.
Water Expo China will also be the platform for the 2008 Water Summit – Sino-European Dialogue symposium which will cover a number of important topics addressing China and global water issues.
For more information, visit www.waterexpochina.com.