Istanbul Water Expo scheduled for September

June 11, 2015

ISTANBUL — The water and wastewater market has grown by 5 percent per year globally.

ISTANBUL — The Istanbul Water Expo – Water and Wastewater Treatment Technologies Exhibition is planned for Sept. 3-5 at the Istanbul Expo Center, according to a press release.

The event will focus on treatment technologies and investment opportunities, noted the release. Industry professionals, government and private decision makers will gather at the conference.

The expo is the only B2B event of its kind in the industry, reported the release. Around 150 service providers will meet with public and private investors and partners from Turkey and nearby nations.

Republic of Turkey Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs, General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, Istanbul Water and Sewerage Administration, ?lbank, Union of Municipalities of Turkey and Izmir Chamber of Commerce are supporting the exhibition, stated the release.

The release shared the according to Frost & Sullivan research, the water and wastewater market in Turkey is poised for growth, shared the release. The industry has grown by five percent per year globally, and it reached a volume of $600 billion in 2014.

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