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ACCIONA to participate in Singapore International Water Week

  • ACCIONA to participate in Singapore International Water Week

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The water business of ACCIONA concentrates on water treatment and reverse osmosis desalination, a technology in which it is the world leader.


ACCIONA will be present from 18 to 22 June this year in the Singapore International Water Week (SIWW), a global forum for the co-creation of innovative solutions for the water sector.

The congress brings together government representatives, public services, industries and academic entities from different sectors to share the best solutions, programmes, latest technologies and opportunities related to water and climate action. The congress focuses on innovation and the search for solutions to manage urban water for municipal and industrial users. It will also address other emerging areas in the sector such as coastal protection, decarbonization and digitalization, with special emphasis on their application in Asia.

During the congress, ACCIONA Agua Director in the Philippines Javier Ruiz will present the company’s strengths and experience in southeast Asia. Together with the company Hydranautics, Olga Ferrer, Head of R&D+I (desalination) in ACCIONA, will present a poster on an innovative remineralization process that keeps the turbidity of effluent very low in a consistent manner.

During the SIWW, ACCIONA will have a stand to demonstrate its activity, presenting the wastewater, drinking water and desalination plants it has developed, or is developing, in southeast Asia.

Presence in Southeast Asia

ACCIONA currently has a range of water projects in southeast Asia, such as the Tseung Kwan O desalination plant in Hong Kong; the East Bay drinking water plant in the Philippines or the Nhieu Loc Thi Nghe wastewater treatment plant in Vietnam. In Australia, the company recently won a tender to design, build, operate and maintain the Alkimos desalination plant near Perth, and it currently operates such emblematic plants as the Adelaide desalination plant, with a capacity of 300,000m3/day or the  drinking water plant at Mundaring, which supplies over 100,000 residents.

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