Dow Water Solutions supports Making Every Drop Count

- June 13, 2018 -

Come and see us at the IDA International Conference on Water Reuse and Recycling, Valencia, Spain, June 24-27 2018

Dow Water Solutions is proud to be taking part in the IDA International Conference on Water Reuse and Recycling, Making Every Drop Count, from June 24-27 in Valencia, Spain.

The conference – held under the patronage of Her Excellency Dr. María García Rodríguez, Secretary of State for the Environment, Spain – will include panel discussions as well as informative technical sessions, and offers an exceptional roster of speakers.

Non-profit organization and NGO of the United Nations – as well as official partner of the UN FAO WASAG Framework - the International Desalination Association (IDA) is the leading global organization dedicated to the advancement of desalination, desalination technology, and water reuse.

With more than 2,600 core members in 60 countries and 4,000 affiliate members, the organisation has built itself a profile on the world stage in water treatment. The International Conference on Water Reuse and Recycling will be the second of its kind, with packed days of plenary, panel and technical sessions held in Spain for an international audience, as well as training courses and awards – and Dow will be playing its part!

Dow Water Solutions is dedicated to driving improvements in water treatment and system design around the world, with technical solutions ranging from ion exchange resins to reverse osmosis membranes, and from ultrafiltration membranes to electrodeionization techniques.

Why not come along and hear our Global Sustainability and Advocacy Leader Kimberly Kupiecki’s keynote speech in a session dedicated to Water and the Circular Economy? The conference - which includes practical training courses as well as multiple networking and fact-finding opportunities – also includes papers from Dow specialists on reuse of water containing oils and phenols, reverse osmosis systems for challenging municipal wastewater reuse and an integrated ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis pilot aiming for zero liquid discharge.

To find out more about the detailed programme and sign up, visit