About the webinar
WATER is at the core of sustainable development and is critical for socioeconomic development, healthy ecosystems and for human survival itself. While nearly 70 percent of the world is covered by water, only 2.5 percent of it is freshwater, with much of it trapped in glaciers and snowfields. In essence, only 0.007 percent of the planet’s water is available to fuel and feed its 6.8 billion people.
The global freshwater scarcity crisis is too often and too simplistically conceptualized as one of environmental shortcomings , requiring hydro engineering solutions that address only the supply side of the problem. In Southeast Asia, water resources have been strained by the greater demand from different sectors such as agriculture, industry and domestic users. This situation is only likely to worsen in the future if active measures are not taken now.
Some of the region’s top industries are also major water users. They are producers of electrical and electronic goods, liquefied natural gas, palm oil, petroleum, chemicals, rubber, agriculture, wood and wood products. These sectors have played a key role in the effort of developing the region’s economy, it has therefore a major role to play to preserve and protect its resources, using water responsibly while complying with environmental regulations.
During our free webinar, we will explore how ceramic filtration technologies can contribute to reducing the environmental footprint of industrial activities by improving significantly the use of water resources while reducing drastically associated operating costs.
Who should attend?
Plant and facility manager, technical specialists, service engineers and operators of water treatment / utilities from environmentally conscious industries.
June 3rd 2020, 11:00 am (GMT+08:00), Malaysia Time
Mr. Anthony Lim
Tialoc Malaysia Environmental Sdn .
Mr. Anthony Lim has 14 years’ experience in process design, detail engineering, construction, commissioning and operation of water and waste water treatment systems. Anthony has been managing the group’s environment technologies division in Malaysia for the last 5 years.
Mr. Carlo Patteri
Nanostone Water, Inc.
Mr. Carlo Patteri has 18 years’ experience in developing industrial projects across water, energy and infrastructure sectors. Take lead on development of the industrial water market worldwide for a cutting edge technology company in the water treatment space.