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German-Indonesian Business Forum: Water & Waste Water Treatment Technology Solutions
March 28, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 12:30 pmFree
Indonesia is facing various challenges within the water sector. Regarding the municipal sector, solutions for the treatment of wastewater are urgently needed. The existing sewage treatment plants are heavily overloaded and the majority of Indonesia’s wastewater is not being treated. In addition, large cities such as Jakarta and Semarang are sinking up to 25 cm annually, due to the uncontrolled extraction of groundwater. As a result of the poor water quality, the market for drinking water also represents a promising market.
The Indonesian government estimates the investment needs for water supply and sanitation systems to be around USD 80 billion and is looking for companies in the private sector to partially fund and develop solutions. Not only the public but also the private sector offers potential business opportunities, since the lack of urban wastewater treatment plants legally requires large office buildings, shopping malls and industrial buildings to treat their own wastewater before it is discharged into public waters.
Supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), EKONID will be organizing a business forum in Surabaya to discuss the current situation of the water sector in Indonesia and introduce technology solutions from Germany to address the prevailing challenges. During individual B2B meetings Indonesian companies will have the opportunity to discuss possible projects together with the German company representatives.
Date and time:
Thursday, 28th of March 2019
08.30 – 12.30 WIB (followed by lunch and B2B matchmaking meeting)
Balai Adhika, Hotel Majapahit, Surabaya
Registration: until Monday, 11th of March 2019 (free of charge)
Follow THIS LINK to register and view the Technical Seminar program as well as a brief profile of German companies that will attend the seminar.
Tel.: +62 21 3154 685 Ext. 226
|Ms. Retno Pamungkas
Tel.: +62 31 534 37 35/36 ext. 104
HP: +62 85 790 844 205