SUEZ at Global Water Summit 2020
Since the first congress in 2006, SUEZ has been an active participant in this event. Committed to supporting the environmental transition of cities and territories with smart solutions on a global scale, SUEZ is this year the digital partner of the event.
SUEZ, committed to the environment
In several sessions, SUEZ will be showcasing its intelligent and digital solutions to improve processing performance and reliability and produce alternative resources, thereby meeting the needs of its customers and helping them face the challenges of the coming decade.
You can find the official conference program on Global Water Summit 2020 website.
Held annually by Global Water Intelligence, the Global Water Awards recognize the world’s most efficient initiatives in the field of water, wastewater and desalination – achievements that drive forward the sector through improved operational performance, innovative technologies and sustainable financial models.
In 2019, SUEZ received the Water Company of the year award as well as two distinctions: one in the Desalination Plant of the Year category for the Barka IV desalination plant in Oman and one in the Industrial Project of the Year category for the temporary mobile water system at the Pengerang integrated complex in Malaysia. The Group also received a special mention in the Wastewater Project of the Year category for the Prague plant in the Czech Republic.
This year, SUEZ is again nominated in the Water Technology Company of the Year category, for the company which made the most significant contribution to the field of water and digital technology in 2019.
More details on Global Water Awards website.
« Challenging Assumptions », theme of the 2020 edition
More than 750 major decision makers in the water sector, utility managers, leading technology providers and major investors come together each year to define and measure the influence of water on sustainable economic growth and to meet future partners, suppliers and customers.
The GWS 2020 aims to challenge our assumptions about how the world is changing. The actual environmental situation is even more critical and the public is increasingly aware of future environmental challenges. Everything seems to be playing out in this new decade: it is now a question of making the connection between the global view and the reality on the ground to deduce the right decisions to make. More importantly, it is about connecting global water industry stakeholders and decision makers to share their ideas.