Seminar: Growing water crisis needs a collaborative solution

Date: 27 September 2022

Venue: Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm

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Adding value for future generations, together.

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The seminar

UN says that accessing water to support the world’s nine billion people by 2040 will be one of the biggest challenges of the 21st Century. Corrosion is one of the most common problems affecting domestic water supplies. Internal corrosion in pipeline systems can be prevented through proper material selection, product quality control, protective coatings, corrosion inhibitor and cathodic protection.

The clock ticks away on this looming manmade crisis!

An estimated 124 821 294 739 Gallons of water is lost every year due to corrosion. Thats approximatly 189 000 olympic swimming pools! Added to this Water quality and infrastructure are inextricably linked, and this relationship is only going to become more important and tenuous over time without proper funding and attention.

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“We forget that the water cycle and the life cycle are one.”

Jacques-Yves Cousteau

Naval Officer

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Drastically reducing the CO² emissions, worldwide with Key areas of address:

  • The magnitude of corrosion, contamination, and its global effect
  • Creation of a scalable model to address various infrastructure concerns and impact
  • A consortium of partners for collaboration - New Products & Technologies for Corrosion Impact management
  • Policy level changes to build accountability and transparency in addressing corrosion and its long-term impact.

Make a difference, sign up for the seminar now!

Join us today, to save tomorrow.

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