Call for papers for LatAm Congress 2018
04 Jul 18 by desalination
ALADYR, the Latin America desalination and water reuse association, has put out a call for technical papers for presentation at its upcoming International Congress on desalination and water reuse in Santiago, Chile.
Topics of interest include: regulation, policy and market challenges; desalination and water reuse project case studies; pre- and post-treatment technologies for desalination; energy efficiency; innovation and emerging technologies; non-conventional applications; industrial applications including oil and gas, mining, and food and drink; municipal desalination; membrane technologies for desalination and water reuse; and plant operations.
ALADYR International Congress 2018, runs 9 to 11 October 2018, in Santiago, Chile.
The deadline for abstracts is 15 July 2018, and the email for technical papers is firstname.lastname@example.org
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