On 26-27 October 2023 in Zakopane will be held the 10th edition of the Conference “Water. Wastewater. Sludge.” This event, which is an important point in the calendar of the Chamber of Commerce “Polish Waterworks” and is an excellent opportunity to exchange experiences, establish contacts and learn about the latest trends and solutions in the water supply and sewage industry.
The conference “Water. Wastewater. Settlements.”
The main objective of this year’s conference is to focus on two key topics: water loss reduction and leak detection, and innovations in wastewater and sewage management. The continued pursuit of reliable water supply networks and properly optimized wastewater management facilities is crucial for sustainable development. The conference “Water. Wastewater. Sludge.” is a unique event prepared for this industry, providing an opportunity to learn about the latest trends and innovative solutions.
The conference “Water. Wastewater. Settlements.” will begin with a discussion of water losses and how to effectively reduce them. Minimizing losses in water supply systems is extremely important from the point of view of economics and the protection of drinking water resources. The conference will discuss not only the latest technologies and methods for detecting leaks, but also proven strategies for managing and reducing them. Experts will share their knowledge, experience and examples of best practices in this area. Conference participants will hear about specific success stories and learn what strategies and solutions were successful in them.
Reducing water losses and effectively detecting leaks bring both economic and environmental benefits. Companies save resources related to uncontrolled water loss, while helping to conserve resources and reduce their environmental impact.
Reducing water losses
This is an extremely important issue for both water and wastewater companies and the environment. Water losses represent a real cost that can amount to millions of zlotys a year. Nevertheless, it is important that by reducing them, you can also reduce the demand for water, which translates into less consumption of natural resources. In summary, these activities are in line with the Sustainable Development Goals.
During the conference, experts will discuss the latest technologies and methods to reduce water loss. Examples include advanced monitoring systems for water supply networks that enable rapid detection of leaks and irregularities. The use of sensors and complex algorithms allows to effectively control and minimize losses.
Effective leak detection
Leak detection is a key part of water loss reduction efforts. The conference “Water. Wastewater. Sludge.” will focus on discussing state-of-the-art technologies and strategies that can quickly identify and locate leaks. These systems make it possible to minimize losses and costs associated with repairs.
It is worth noting that the topic of reducing water losses and detecting leaks is an important part of taking care of the sustainability and efficiency of water and wastewater utilities. The conference “Water. Wastewater. Sludge.” provides an opportunity to explore these issues and share knowledge and exchange experiences with industry experts.
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Innovations in wastewater and sludge management
Conference “Water. Wastewater. Sludge.” is also a discussion of innovative solutions in the area of wastewater management. These issues will be addressed on the second day of the event. In the face of dynamic technological development and increasingly stringent criteria, it is necessary to constantly improve wastewater collection and treatment systems. During this part of the conference, the latest technologies and other key aspects related to the design and management of wastewater infrastructure will be discussed. In addition, the latest findings on the proposed wastewater directive and its potential impact on the industry in Poland will be presented.
Innovations in wastewater and sludge management play a key role in ensuring effective and sustainable management of wastewater waste. As cities grow and develop, wastewater production also increases. By innovating, these wastes can be processed efficiently and their negative impact on the environment can be minimized.
Modern technologies in wastewater treatment
The conference discusses modern technologies that allow for more efficient wastewater treatment. Examples include advanced biological systems, membrane or solar energy technologies. These solutions allow to increase the efficiency of the treatment plant and reduce harmful emissions.
Sludge processing is a key component of wastewater and sludge management. The conference “Water. Wastewater. Sludge.” focuses on discussing innovative methods of sludge processing, such as thermal conversion, composting or energy recovery.
Innovations in wastewater and sludge management allow for sustainable development of the sector. By treating wastewater and sludge in a more efficient and environmentally friendly way, the impact on the environment can be reduced, and resources can be used more efficiently. This is important both for environmental protection and for reducing operating costs.
Conference “Water. Wastewater. Sludge.” is an excellent opportunity to present practical examples that illustrate how modern technologies and innovations are being implemented in different corners of the world. It is a valuable source of inspiration for participants, who can learn what solutions are currently available and how they can be implemented in their projects.
Gaining knowledge and contacts
Conference “Water. Wastewater. Sludge.” is not only a meeting place for specialists, but also an excellent opportunity to gain knowledge. Participants will have the opportunity to gain valuable information and inspiration for activities in this area. Innovation in wastewater and sludge management is an essential part of the development of the water and wastewater sector. The conference provides a space for learning, exchanging experiences and networking with experts and companies specializing in these fields. This allows event participants to learn about the latest solutions and contribute to more efficient and sustainable wastewater management.