Two-day 3rd Pakistan Water & Energy Expo to start from Wednesday

03:54 PM | 21 Oct, 2018
Two-day 3rd Pakistan Water & Energy Expo to start from Wednesday
LAHORE - The two-day 3rd Pak Water and Energy Expo 2018, the largest and most extensive global water trade event showcasing in Pakistan will be held at Lahore Expo Center on Wednesday  (October 24-25).

The purpose of organizing this event is to gather all the related business professionals and industries including sellers and potential buyers to show them the current development and new trends in the Water industry around the world. It is also aimed to provide a forum for exchanging new ideas and discussions with the aim to propose solutions of various water-related problems in Pakistan, according to Kamran Abbasi, Director of Pak Water & Energy Expo, said here on Sunday.

He said that exhibitors would include from sectors: water technologies, wastewater solutions, power generation, transmission and distribution, renewable energy, sustainability & green engineering, automation, and instrumentation. The exhibitors would have a comprehensive range of products and services and the latest state-of-the-art technologies of the entire water value chain.

Abbasi asserted that it was a platform where top government officials, industry leaders, water experts, practitioners, and enterprises would converge to establish business and networking opportunities.

A conference dedicated to discussing water woes in the country, its challenges and long-term solutions would also be part of this expo in which officials and experts from government organizations, private sectors would deliver lecturers. This would bring academia from different sectors to join hands on this important topic.

The highlights for this year's Water Expo are on Advanced Wastewater Treatment Technology, Reuse Solutions and Smart Water solutions. Expo was being organized by the Prime Event Management, he maintained.

Abbasi said that with a growing convergence of urban, water and environment issues around the world, there was a need to adopt an integrated approach to manage water resource, environment, and urban planning. This would allow buyers and sellers to leverage shared synergies in cost efficiency, productivity, and R&D, he added.

"Event is exclusively focused on water and energy, both are crucial elements of every plant utilities and equally important for the sustainable economic developments, the wellbeing of public and prosperity of the country," Kamran Abbasi concluded.