时间：2015-07-05 08:00:00 至 2015-07-09 18:00:00
In recent years, rapid industrialization and urbanization, and highly accelerated economic development in China have exacerbated the shortage of water resources. National per capita water resources have been reduced by 17.2% from 2003 to 2012, with average annual decreasing rate of 1.66%. In view of the currentwater resource situation in China, water reclamation and reuse has been considered as an attractive water management option in terms of protecting thewater resources, reducing the discharge of wastewater and recovering the nutrients for agriculture. Known as ‘world factory’,China has been dealing with problems like water resource shortage and water pollution control for over decades.
Holding the IWA Water Reuse Specialist Group Conference 2015 in China will be beneficial for reviewing the recent advances in water reuse research. It will also provide an interacting platform for exchange of ideas between scientists, engineers, environmentalists, managers, consultants, administrators and regulators, student researchers from other countries with the Chinese counterparts.
We hope to facilitate collaboration and create professional linkages among researchers worldwide. Thereare a variety of opportunities for you to participate through attending, presenting, exhibiting and sponsoring. We will offer our true hospitality to all professionals and colleagues during the conference. I sincerely wish to see you all on July 5-9, 2015.
| Water Reuse Management:
1. Government policies, water reuse planning and economics
2. Risk management and regulations in water reuse
3. Water reuse and its role to mitigate climate change impacts
4. The role of water reuse for an integrated water resource management in China
| Water Reuse Applications:
1. Water and Food/Irrigation (Agricultural Irrigation, Landscape and Recreational Use)
2. Urban Reuse
3. Industrial Reuse
4. New Paradigms in Potable Reuse and Groundwater Replenishment
5. Reuse in Developing Countries
| Innovations in Water Reuse Technologies:
1. YWP - Water reuse and reclamation research session
2. Water and Energy in Water Reuse
3. Emerging Technologies for Water Reuse