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PWC '13

PACIFIC WATER CONFERENCE & EXPO 2013 (PWC'13)

Conference PWC'13

The Final Programme along with the Awards, Sponsorship & Expo and Registration Flyer.

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PWC'13 Conference

Joint PWC'13 of the 2013 Pacific Water and Waste Conference.

     Hosted by the Governement of Cook Islands

          13th - 15th November

          National Auditorium.

Theme: - Pacific Water Cooperation

FIRST NOTICE PWC'13

Ozwater’14 – Australia’s Leading International Water Conference & Exhibition 29 April – 1 May 2014, Brisbane Australia

The Australian Water Association is calling for extended abstract submissions to present at Ozwater’14. Water professionals and anyone with an interest in water is invited to submit an abstract that presents a challenging and practical perspective on any of the conference themes related to the overarching ‘Water for Everyone’.

 Presenting at Ozwater’14 is an excellent opportunity to build your corporate profile with peers and potential clients across all sectors of the water and related industries. Speakers selected will complement the high-calibre of the 2014 Ozwater program.

 Visit www.ozwater.org for more information and to submit your abstract before 29 August 2013.

 

Pacific Water Conference and Expo 2013 (PWC'13)

Kia Orana,

The Pacific Water Conference and Expo 2013 was hosted by Pacific Utility Member, Infrastructure Cook Islands (ICI), formerly known as the Ministry of Infrastructure and Planning (MOIP). The conference was held between 13 - 15 November 2013. The Conference  theme was - "Pacific Water Cooperation". 

According to participants' feedback, the Conference was a great platform to forge new partnerships, positive networking and showcase success stories and real practical solutions that address Pacific Island water and wastewater challenges. The hospitality demonstrated  by the local host was superb, starting from the moment the participants stepped onto the Cook Island soil. The entertainment witnessed throughout the conference was a bonus and by the end of the Conference, many of the delegates had experienced a bit of 'tamure' delight.

Ka Kite

  
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