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2013 PWC & Expo


The Pacific Water 2013 Conference has been confirmed:

13 - 15 November

National Auditorium

Rarotonga, Cook Islands

Hosts: MOIP (in association with the Cook Islands Government)

July - Call for Papers

July - Conference Registration Opens

August - Paper Submission Close

Pacific Water and Waste Conference

A major PWC'13 Conference and significant event for the Pacific Island Utilities and Stakeholders will come together to take place at the 6th year conference will be held in Rarotonga, Cook Islands from 13-15 November at the National Auditorium and is expected to attract 300 delegates from within and beyond the Pacific Region.

Conference participants will include government representatives, donor and development partners, NGOs and Pacific Island communities, amongst others. Daily events will see delegates participating in plenary sessions, presentations on the state of non revenue, sanitation & wastewater treatment on the pacific and addressing climate impacts & gender issues on the pacific water supply services.

This year, theme is 'Pacific Water Cooperation' aims to foster cooperation within and beyond the Pacific Island Utilities to see the problem from different point of view and to come to agreements to find efficient ways of supporting information, develop experience and improving the comprehension of the challenges that can benefit the Pacific Region and Stakeholders about the best ways to reach goals effectively.

Conference Registration Flyer and Call for Papers, so register now to secure your place at this important event for the region!

Registration can be completed online at the conference website ([email protected]). Cost and other form and payment details are also available.




The Pacific Water Conference & Expo 2013 hosted by MOIP in association of the Cook Island Government will be held in Rarotonga, Cook Islands from the 13 - 15 November. This year theme is - "Pacific Water Cooperation". 22 Utilities will join the Pacific Water Conference in Cook Islands to dicuss the important of water industry in the pacific region, it will help it partners to mentor and learn from sharing ideas, knowledge and experience for the best of water around the Pacific Region and Stakeholders about the best ways to reach goals more effectively. To provide utility members the highest level of quality customer service, to improve quality of drinking water, the climate change impact, treatment and disposal of wastewater in the Pacific Island Utilities.

Please note the abstract deadline will be the 11 August 2013 or submitted via email: [email protected] or [email protected]

The documents is now avaliable for Call for Papers, Conference Programme & PWC'13 Conference and Registration Flyer.

Membership Renewals: - PWWA encourage all members' submission are now OVERDUE. Please follow up on your payment and contact Ta'atele if you have any invoice queries.

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