Xylem is co-convening two workshops at World Water Week 2017 which is taking place in Stockholm, Sweden from 27 August–1 September 2017.

On Sunday 27 August 2017, Albert Cho, Xylem’s vice president of strategy and business development; Alex Fischer of the Smith School of Enterprise and Environment, University of Oxford; and Martin Doyle of Duke University and the Aspen Institute led a discussion entitled “Data Drought: An Assessment of Global Hydrological Monitoring Systems”.

Xylem will co-convene a second workshop on Tuesday 29 August 2017, entitled “Powering the Wastewater Renaissance: Emissions Reduction in Wastewater Management” along with the European Water Association and IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute. This discussion will be led by Xylem’s Randolf Webb and Aleksandra Lazic, Károly Kovács of the European Water Association and Christian Baresel of IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute.
 
Xylem’s Albert Cho will also take part in the “21st Century Technology: Bridging the Gap to Wastewater Reuse” workshop on Monday 28 August 2017.
 
This year’s World Water Week is focused on the theme of “Water and Waste: Reduce and Reuse” and will be attended by more than 3000 professionals from 300 businesses, agencies and non-governmental organizations.
 
World Water Week also features the Stockholm Water Prize Award Ceremony and the Stockholm Junior Water Prize Ceremony. Xylem is a founding sponsor of the Stockholm Water Prize and founding global sponsor of the Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP).
 
During World Water Week, Xylem will be exhibiting at Booth #5, downstairs from the main registration area.

Stockholm. Picture courtesy of Andrey Shcherbukhin/Shutterstock.com.
Stockholm. Picture courtesy of Andrey Shcherbukhin/Shutterstock.com.