Simultaneous interpretation will be available for all the presentations.
July 9 (Tue)
|10:15-10:55||Keynote Speech||Towards Sustainable Urban Water Use System in Adapting to Climate Change
Hiroaki Furumai Professor, Graduate School, The University of Tokyo
|11:15-11:55||Special Lecture||IWA Agenda for Reliable, Resilient, Sustainable and Smart Water
Sudhir Murthy Senior Vice President, International Water Association
|14:00-14:40||Guest Speaker 1||Drinking Water Quality Regulation in England & Wales
Marcus Rink Chief Inspector, Drinking Water Inspectorate*, United Kingdom
*Independent regulator of drinking water in England and Wales
|14:40-15:20||Guest Speaker 2||New Smart Water and Wastewater Network Analytics Developed via Technical Collaboration between the South Australian Water Corporation and Australian Universities
Mark Stephens Asset Analytics Lead, Strategic Asset Management, SA Water, Australia
|15:50-16:30||Guest Speaker 3||Controlling RO Fouling after Minimal Pre-treatment
Emile Cornelissen Senior Scientific Researcher, Drinking Water Treatment, KWR Watercycle Research Institute*, Netherlands
*Independent water research institute in the Netherlands
|16:30-16:40||Overview by Chair||Chair: Sadahiko Ito Professor, Graduate School, Kyoto University|
July 10 (Wed)
Water Treatment, Water Quality Management and their Future
Network Management, Renewal and their Future
Utility Management, Risk Management and their Future
|10:50-12:00||Poster Short Presentations
Simultaneous interpretation will not be provided.
July 11 (Thu)
|9:30-11:20||General Panel Discussion||Chair: Satoshi Takizawa Professor,
Graduate School, The University of Tokyo
|11:20-11:30||Presentation of Awards for
Best Presenters and Posters
|13:00-17:30||Technical Tour (Option)
*Registered attendees of
the Symposium can attend
the technical tour.
|Yokohama Waterworks Bureau Kawai Purification Plant (CERAROCCA)
¥2,000 (tax included)
The technical tour has been closed. Please contact us if you would like to be on the waiting list.
*Technical tour has reached capacity.
*Please note that the return time is subject to traffic conditions on that day.
|Kawai Purification Plant (CERAROCCA)
Kawai Purification Plant, which came into service in 1901, was renewed in 2014 as Kawai Purification Plant –CERAROCCA–, Japan’s largest membrane filtration facility with a purification capacity of 172,800 m3/day, through Japan’s first PFI project that undertakes the renovation, operation, and maintenance of the whole plant in an integrated manner. The purification plant, which has introduced a ceramic membrane filtration system that utilizes water level differences instead of pumps, has solar power and small-scale hydropower systems and is highly appreciated as an ecofriendly purification plant.