Asia-Pacific water-recycling conference calls for papers
10 Jan 13 by desalination
The Australian Water Association (AWA), an affiliate of the International Desalination Association has collaborated with the Water Services Association of Australia and WateReuse Australia to present the Asia Pacific Water Recycling Conference 2013.
The AWA has issued a call for papers for the conference with a closing date of 25 January 2013.
The event will be held in Brisbane, Queensland, on 1-4 July 2013. It will have the following themes:
Guidelines and Application
Engagement and Education
·Greenhouse gas emissions
·Assessment and optimisation
·Waterway health and flows
Economics and Investment
·Interpretation and application
Technology and Innovation
·Management of waste streams
·Innovative treatment processes
·Resource recovery and energy efficiency
Water Sources and Integration
·Stormwater treatment and reuse
·Industrial water reuse
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