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Works Works: WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL Congress and No-Dig Berlin 2015 Set for March 24-27

wasser-berlin-internationalTaking as its slogan “Water and Sustainable Development,” the WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL Congress 2015 will be setting the tone and providing industry experts with a platform for dialogue and for exchanging experiences on projects and concrete technical solutions. The focus will be on sustainable and long-term viable concepts for the water industry, water exploration and for environmental policies.

WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL Congress and No-Dig Berlin conference takes place March 24-27 at the Berlin ExpoCenter City in Berlin, Germany. This is the second year in a row that the two conferences have taken place together.

In 2015, for the first time, the WASSER BERLIN INTERNATIONAL Congress will take on the format of an enclosed Hall Forum and will be an integral part of trade fair events. No extra charges will be made for the congress.

The congress is clearly structured and focuses on specific topics, notably focusing on current water industry and practical topics at national and international level.

Under the heading of the new format Blue Planet, the latest pressing water industry policy-making issues will also be discussed. Under the aegis of the Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, of the Foreign Ministry and the Berlin Senate Department of Economics, the focus will be on urbanization, green cities and peace and security with regard to the topic of water. Blue Planet is organized by the German Water Partnership.

In addition to the congress, specialist symposiums dealing with individual topics in greater detail will be taking place in close coordination with trade fair events.

Taking place March 24-25 (Room Stuttgart, Hall 1.2) will be the two-day No-Dig Berlin Symposium, organized by the German Society for Trenchless Technology (GSTT), and for the first time will be held parallel with the International Symposium on Pipeline Construction (ILBS), next door to the hall featuring pipeline construction displays.

At the International Forum in Hall 5.2a organized by the German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) and the German Water Partnership (GWP), experts will be talking about international markets, explaining the challenges and how German companies and institutions can participate.

Full details of the program of congress events are available here.
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