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USA: The International Desalination Association will help execute Indian Water Innovation Week (IWIW), in conjunction with Smart Water & Waste World and InDA as the official desalination partner.

IWIW is a 6-day webcast series created exclusively for the Indian water audience around different topics in water and wastewater. It will be an unmissable virtual event with unparalleled knowledge-sharing and interaction opportunities for all participants.

IDA’s President Carlos Cosin; Vice Presidents Devesh Sharma and Alejandro Sturniolo; and former President Miguel Angel Sanz will be participating in IWIW’s series along with other industry experts. The keynote addressing global trends in Desalination will be delivered by Carlos Cosin.

Borja Blanco, the Chairman of IDA’s Technical Program Committee, will moderate the session which includes case study presentations and a panel discussion on innovation in the sector.

Experts predict by 2030, India’s demand for water will reach twice the available supply. In a country facing pandemics and pollution, IWIW is proud to respond to these many crises with a community of passionate experts and leaders, aiming toward a more resilient, sustainable, and healthy future for all Indian citizens.

“Through this partnership, IDA is pleased to uphold its global commitment to water sustainability and raising awareness of advanced water treatment solutions. IDA is an ideal forum to discuss technical solutions that ensure clean water sources for future generations,” stated Shannon McCarthy, IDA Secretary General.

To register for the special desalination session held on October 5th, 4.30 pm to 7.00 pm India Standard Time, visit:

The International Desalination Association is the point of connection for the global desalination and water reuse community. A non-profit organization serving members in over 60 countries and includes 16 regional and national affiliate associations. Its membership comprises scientists, end-users, engineers, consultants, and researchers from governments, corporations, and academia. IDA is associated with the United Nations as part of a growing international network of non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

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