ABOUT THE SHOW
“International Exhibition and Conference on Water Purification, Recycling & Supply” Bringing Government, Industry and Innovation Together
India has more than 16 per cent of the World’s population, but has only 4 per cent of the world’s renewable water resources and 2.4 per cent of the world’s land area. Meeting the water demands under conditions of limited resources is increasingly a big challenge. The increase in urbanisation, paired with increasing climate change impact, is likely to have implications on ecosystem capacities. The rapid growth of urban agglomerations is posing a serious challenge to ecosystems with increasing demand / supply gaps, calling for upgrading current water system, expanding networks to accommodate the growing influx and improving delivery of services. Appropriate demand and supply side management measures therefore need to be considered to promote efficient allocation of water resources to meet growing demands, within the limits of the ecosystem.
Business Opportunities revolve around four key themes viz. water demand management, water supply management, water infrastructure upgradation, and water utilities management. Under these four key themes some of the typical opportunities are:
Metering, instrumentation, equipment supply in the demand side – business potential of around US $ 32 billion.
Involvement in Public Private Partnership (PPP) model with the state utilities, urban local bodies for water supply and distribution – business potential of around US $ 1750 billion.
Setting up of water treatment plants, sewage and effluent treatment plant-business potential of around US $ 1303 billion.
Involvement in water EPC business and providing solutions in the form of integrated water resource management for utilities-business potential of around US $ 45 billion.
The Government will continue to play a key role in driving investments by ways of the schemes and programmes. In the past two years 124 projects worth $ 72 billion have been sanctioned under the JNNURM. Overall, the water sector offers huge opportunities.
Water India 2017
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is organising and International Exhibition and Conference on Water from 2 – 4 February 2017. Water India 2017 is the region’s premier exhibition to launch, showcase and introduce the latest innovation equipment and technologies in Water management.
REASONS TO EXHIBIT AT WATER INDIA 2017
Waste water Management and Recycling
Water Supply and Services
Water Management System
Desalination and Distillation
Water Harvesting Technologies
Research and Technical Institutes
Transportation, Distribution & Collection systems
Pipes, Fittings and Valves
Packaged Drinking Water
Instrumentation and Process Control
Water Treatment Chemicals
Boilers and Cooling Towers
Pumps and Motors
Effluent Treatment Systems
Project Finance Companies
Quality Testing Laboratories
Standardisation Equipment / Systems Irrigation
|Space Type Per Sq Mtr||Member (INR per sqm)||Non Member (INR per sqm)||Overseas (USD per sqm)|
|Indoor Raw Space (Minimum 50 sqms)||8000||8500||270|
|Outdoor Raw Space (Minimum 50 sqms)||6000||6500||160|
|Builtiup Space (Minimum 9 sqms)||9000||9500||290|
|Kilowatt Pre KW||3500||3500||80|
|Built Up (per sq mtr)||400||400||10|
Technocrats, Advisors and Policy Makers
Distributors and Dealers
Manufactures and System Integrators
CEOs and Decision Makers
Builders, Contractors and Architects
Operations and Manufacturing Heads
Utility Heads / Engineers from the End use / Industries like:
- Auto Parts / Automobile
- Building and Housing Development
- Distillery / Brewery
- Fertilizer Plants
- Food Processing
- Hotels and Clubs
- Petrochemical Plants
- Power Plants
- Pulp and Paper
- Steel Plants
- Textiles and Garments
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