Water Resource Management

  • WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

  • 30,000
    interested visitors

    700
    exhibitors

    40
    conferences

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    Pollutec 2018 offers a unique array of technologies and services for water and waste water management including water treatment, distribution, sanitation, smart water, as well as solutions for process efficiency and networks management.




  • 2018 exhibitors

  • Water exhibition areas at Pollutec

  • Water resource management

    Water resource

    • Treatment – Distribution – Sanitation

      Water collection
      Sludge and residual material treatment
      Water filtering in tap - point of use (carboys, fountains)
      Irrigation
      Swimming pool (Equipments for treatment)
      Biochemical processes
      Mechanical-physical processes
      Chemical-physical processes
      Physical processes
      Products and consumable
      Sewage treatment plant
      Storage

    • Water e1ciency – Smart water

    • Water re-use and saving

    • Consulting, Engineering & Services

    Networks management & Process efficiency

    Gestion des réseaux
    & Performance des procédés

    • Pipes

      Pipes / Pipe fittings / Seals
      Sewer inspection, cleaning, and maintenance
      Sewer and drain construction
      Manholes / Special constructions / Methods
      Coating
      Works, without trenching

    • Pumps - Fittings

      Outlets and fittings
      Pumps, lifting installations

    • Automation - Smart systems - IoT

      Integration of renewables
      Network security

    • Consulting, Engineering & Services

  • Pollutec's added value on the sector



  • 3 Expert Villages:
    Water, Concrete Smart System, Works without trenches


    Conference Forum


    Innovation Hub


  • Business Meetings


    Projects Detection Platform


    Sites Visits

  • Gallery

  • Market trends

    Water Innovations on the Pollutec 2016 TV set
    According to the UN, global demand for water is increasing by nearly 1% each year: it is expected to rise from 4,600 km3 today to 6,000 km3 in 2050 (cf. Demographic growth, economic development, changes in modes of consumption). Meanwhile, 80% of waste water is discharged untreated into the environment. These threats to water quality are increased by the impact of climate change, including oxygen depletion and risks associated with extreme events.

    Reducing the pressure on this resource and further improving its treatment are the two major challenges facing the sector. Amongst the key areas are the reduction in leaks, water efficiency and desalination. At the same time, the re-use of treated waste water and the recovery of sludge for biogas injection are growing quickly.

    As for network management and process efficiency, smart networks enable a move to dynamic and two-way flow management which, previously, was managed in a static and one-way manner. In the energy fields, these networks are used to deal with the integration of new sources (decentralised production), the requirement to decarbonise and to take into account new usage – consumers increasingly wanting to be involved in their consumption. Over and beyond the detection of failures and meter reading, smart grids offer numerous prospects: predicting failures, securing the networks, anticipating production and consumption, detecting fraud, etc.
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