Almar Water Solutions participates as a sponsor of the Saudi Water & Environment Forum in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
The Saudi Water & Environment Forum (SWEF), Saudi Arabia’s largest meeting of leading experts and companies in the water and environmental industries, was held from 12 to 14 February. Almar Water Solutions, a specialized company with extensive experience and technical capabilities in the development, promotion, financing, design, engineering and operation of water infrastructure, participated as a sponsor and moderated a panel discussion on Tuesday morning.
With the support of Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture, SWEF brought together the principal public enterprises, such as the National Water Company (NWC), Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC), Electricity Co-generation Regulatory Authority (ECRA) and the General Authority of Meteorology and Environment (GAMEP). In addition, the event attracted the principal investors and stakeholders who are interested in supporting water and energy projects in the country.
As part of the activities in which Almar Water Solutions took part, Gonzalo Gómez-Rodulfo, Executive Director of the company, participated as a moderator in the session “Sustainable uses of industrial water: developments and opportunities”, in which the panelists had a chance to discuss the current water demand of the principal industrial consumers, management solutions and efficiency of water for industrial use and opportunities in the sector.
Almar Water Solutions, which was officially introduced in January 2017, attracted the attention of all of the experts from the water industry, who expressed a keen interest in hearing about the services that the company offers and the technological solutions for water supply and reuse to contribute to the development and growth of Saudi Arabia.
The participation proved to be a complete success for Almar Water Solutions and its team, which has extensive experience in the development of water projects in areas suffering from water shortages, such as Saudi Arabia.