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Join IPI's Emerging Technology Forum on Difficult-to-Treat Industrial Wastewater on November 6th

Updated: Nov 19, 2020

Green Denmark in Southeast Asia collaborator, IPI Singapore, is hosting an "Emerging Technology Forum on Difficult-to-Treat Industrial Wastewater" on November 6th, 2pm - 4pm (GMT +8).

This is your chance to learn more about difficult-to-treat industrial wastewater market drivers and the innovation landscape with a specific focus on the Asia Pacific Market.

Read more and sign up here.

The Trade Council in Singapore has been in dialogue with IPI Singapore to gain a better understanding of how Danish companies can benefit from participating in the forum.

Q: One of the key drivers for industrial wastewater treatment is regulation & enforcement. Which markets & sectors will the forum specifically address?

The Emerging Technology Forum on Difficult-to-Treat Industrial Wastewater will specifically address the Asia Pacific market. It is one of the fastest-growing market characterized by rise in industrial activities, improving living standards and stringent regulations. The webinar will focus on industries that produce difficult to treat wastewater, including the petrochemical and chemical, textile, pharmaceutical, and paper and pulp industry. In addition to showcasing state-of-the-art advanced oxidation processes, the webinar will feature expert opinions from the academic circles as well as new technologies from promising start-ups.

Q: How can Danish companies leverage on IPI’s industry engagement – within the industrial wastewater sector - to explore collaboration opportunities?

Danish companies will be able to leverage IPI’s innovation marketplace to source for relevant technologies to address their wastewater challenges, as well as showcase their technologies to establish partnerships with a Singapore technology partner from IPI’s global innovation network.


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