Water Issues Stream through Brisbane

The Australian Water Association’s Ozwater’18 Conference and Exhibition brought together some of the world’s leading experts on water earlier this month to discuss issues impacting the industry and the way we live today. Held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC), this year’s conference attracted record delegate numbers with 1400 water professionals, including delegates from 16 different countries.

During the three day event, seven keynote speakers, 16 interactive workshops and panel sessions, 374 presenters and 225 exhibitors carried the main message of the conference theme of Evolution Revolution – the key to taking the industry into the future. The event’s agenda tackled issues head on, including guaranteeing sustainable water management, the impact of urban development and water – the essential element of the liveability of our cities and regions.

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