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Join the resource revolution with SUEZ

As part of its drive to lead the resource revolution, SUEZ is creating new models, technologies and smart solutions to reinvent the way we manage resources within the circular economy.

It has a sustainable development roadmap based on 17 global commitments, including:

  • offering solutions that limit the water footprint and work to raise awareness of the impact of climate change on water;
  • saving water through improved leak and consumption management, while maximising supply by increasing available volumes of alternative sources of water;
  • offering solutions to treat microplastics in wastewater before it is discharged into the sea; and
  • sharing expertise with water and sanitation officials in developing countries.

No matter which aspect of the water sector you’re interested in, there are lots of ways to discover SUEZ at Ozwater’19.

Reserve an expert

The Expert Hub is a dedicated space where attendees can connect with experts to find answers, workshop ideas and solve problems. You can reserve time with experts in a whole range of areas, from potable water to biosolids and biogas, membrane gravity filters, smart water, design and innovation, contract models, ice pigging and more.

Explore the stand

There’s a lot happening at the SUEZ stand (G01) this year. Pop on some 3D goggles to take a virtual tour of the desalination plant, share how you’re supporting the Sustainable Development Goals with the Global Goals Game, and grab a free coffee – in a reusable cup of course!  

Site tours

Along with the virtual tour of the Victorian Desalination Plant, you can also go on a site tour of the plant on Friday, 10 May. There’s also a tour of the Yarra Valley Water Waste to Energy Facility and SUEZ Organic Resource Recovery Facility. Learn more about site tours here.

Catch a presentation

It’s no surprise there a number of SUEZ experts presenting at Ozwater’19. This includes accent speaker Benjamin Rabaud, who will discuss using pipe condition assessments as a decision aid, and Veronique Bonneyle who will cover the ultra dewatering of sludge.

For a full list of SUEZ presenters, visit the website.