31 May - 2 June 2018

Industrial Water Leadership forum and Technology Exchange 2018

Learn from experts, and share your thoughts on the challenges in Industrial Water. You're invited to join other key players and thought-leaders who are shaping the future of water in China. From policy makers to regulators and engineers to technologists, and most importantly the end users themselves. Together we will hear their plans to meet the challenge laid down by the Water Ten.
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WHEN & WHERE

31 May 2018
InterContinental Shanghai Hongqiao NECC

ORGANISERS

The IWLF is organised by Aquatech China, GWI, Ecolab, AWS
Co-organizer: China Water Risk

REGISTRATION

Registration for the Industrial Water Leaders Forum costs USD 120.

PROGRAMME

Industrial Water Stewardship, Value from Wastewater, and many more.

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Industrial Water Leadership forum: The Water Ten

In 2015 China’s State Council published the Water Pollution Prevention & Control Action Plan (“Water Ten”) – a plan to dramatically reduce water pollution and strengthen water management. 

With the 2017 deadline of several goals outlined in the Water Ten just passed, China is taking stock on its progress towards meeting these targets. 

What have been the key challenges in meeting these targets? Which kind of technologies are needed for solutions? What's new and what's next in water reuse?

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PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME

 

8.00 – 9.00 hrs

Registration

9.00 - 9.10 hrs Connell Zhang, Executive Vice President and President of Ecolab Greater China, Ecolab
9.10 – 10.30 hrs

Opening Plenary


Speakers:
Zhao Yue, Director of Water Department, Chinese Academy for Environmental Planning
Industrial water outlook under the "water ten rules"
Dr. Raj V. Rajan, RD&E Vice President, Global Sustainability Technical Leader, Ecolab
Innovation and technology trend in industrial water treatment
Christopher Gasson, President, Global Water Intelligence
Global industrial water market outlook
Jason Ho, Procurement Director, Dell
International end user's perspective: Supply chain water risk management experience of Dell
10.30 – 11.00 hrs

Coffee Break

11.00 – 12.30 hrs

Session Two: Industrial Water Stewardship Dialogue (Informal Discussion)


Corporates are under growing pressure from the public to reduce their reliance on freshwater, driving water sustainability up agendas. In the meantime, with aggressive targets set for the adoption of new reuse capacity by 2020, industries are being urged to adopt reuse so as not to exceed pollution limits. What are the challenges and how could various parties work together to deliver sound environmental and business outcomes? Speakers come from a mixture of water stewardship association and industrial end users.

Chairman
Zhenzhen Xu, AWS Regional Director-Asia Pacific, AWS

Speakers
Dawn McGregor, China Water Risk
Mark Eigenraam, IDEEA Group

12.30 – 14.00 hrs

Lunch

14.00 – 15.30 hrs

Session Three: Panel Discussion: Reuse challenge

While the water industry has generally identified opportunities in creating value from waste streams, it has yet to come to grips with how it might optimise and secure that value. What’s the cutting-edge technologies? How can the case-studies of today be replicated and scaled-up? Speakers come from a mixture of industrial end users and technology providers.

Chairman

Jiankun Shen, Ecolab Nalco Water marketing Director

While the water industry has generally identified opportunities in creating value from waste streams, it has yet to come to grips with how it might optimise and secure that value. What’s the cutting-edge technologies? How can the case-studies of today be replicated and scaled-up? Speakers come from a mixture of industrial end users and technology providers.

Speakers
Dr. Li Enchao, Senior Engineer, Baosteel
Guo Shiyi, Director of Technology Department, Shanghai Electric Power Generation Group
Wang Weihua, General Manage, Sinopec Qilu Petrochemical Water and Wastewater company
Cui Cancan, Manager of Marketing Supporting Department, NARI Group Corporation Power Department
Prakash Govindan, Co-founder and CTO, Gradiant

15.30 – 15.45 hrs

Session four: Closing Plenary

Zhu Ming, Managing Director, GWI China Channel Partners
15.45 – 16.15 hrs Network Drinks

Partners

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