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Smart Water & Waste World (SWWW) is going to organize the 2nd Episode of its most successful Monthly Webinar Series – IWET on 18th November 2021)Click here to confirm your registration on Zoom.

It will feature Technical Presentations, Case Study Presentations, and Q&A Sessions on Industrial Water & Effluent Treatment plants, systems, technologies, and processes.



  • FloNergia Inc, Canada
  • Clearford India (Canada)


  • Paul W. Subject, CEO – FloNergia Inc, Canada
  • I. Sajid Hussain, COO – Tamilnadu Water Investment Company (TWIC), India
  • Sanjay Deshpande, Executive Director & Head of Operations India – Clearford India
  • Dr. Nupur Bahadur, Area Convenor, TADOX Technology Centre for Water Reuse – TERI (The Energy and Resources Institute), India
  • Shirish Sadekar & Keshav Kamath – NJS Engineers, India
  • Kailash Shirodkar, CEO – SWWW Media, India


Date: 18th November 2021, 4:00 to 6:00 PM IST
How to Register for Free? Click here to confirm your registration on Zoom
Organizer: Smart Water & Waste World Magazine
Contact: Mayur Sharma, [email protected]

Confirmed Benefits for All Attendees:-

1) ‘IWET Special’ E-Certificate
2) Free PDF Copy of: “Booklet – Industrial Case Studies Vol.6”
3) Free Access of SWWW Videos Archive
4) Priority in Registrations of All Webinars of Nov-Dec 2021

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Who Should Attend IWET Webinars?

Industrial Plant Operators, ETP & STP Officials & Managers (Heads, Supervisors & Engineers), Project Managers, EHS Heads & Executives, Environment Consultants, Corporate Sustainability Officers (CSOs), Factory Managers, PCB Officials, etc.

IWET webinar will also have a lengthy Q&A session – so, do not forget to “submit your specific question” or “plant-related problems and queries” here. Email your questions at [email protected].

IWET Zoom Page (for free registration):
IWET LinkedIn Event Page (follow for latest updates):

What is IWET…?

The Need
India has been picked as one of the top four markets in global water treatment with Brazil, China, and the United States. The country is experiencing rapid industrialization, population growth and economic growth, and to sustain these demands more reliable supplies of municipal and industrial water is needed. Industrial Water & Wastewater Treatment and Reuse will be the most exciting areas for future growth. Wastewater & Effluent management has been given a high priority in various government initiatives and policies as well.

Each industrial plant or facility has unique water quality requirements. Therefore, there is a constant need of equipment & system designed for targeted and specific Process Water problems to generate water that meets established industrial water quality standards. This Process Water can be used in manufacturing processes for rinsing, plating, coating, cooling, washing, and makeup water, etc. Ultrapure Water can meet highly stringent limits for a wide range of contaminants. With innovation technologies industries can now Reuse the Treated Water to manufacture products and earn cost-saving benefits in long-term.

Rapid industrialization is adversely impacting the environment globally. Pollution by inappropriate management of industrial wastewater is one of the major environmental problems in India as well, especially with burgeoning small scale industrial sector in the country. To address the pollution coming out from industries, adoption of cleaner production technologies and waste minimization initiatives are being encouraged. Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs) are considered as one of the viable solution for small to medium enterprises for effective wastewater treatment. However, many of the operating CETPs are not performing optimally due to various technical and managerial reasons.

Industrial Wastewater deals with advanced technological solutions for the treatment of industrial wastewater such as aerobic granular biomass based systems, advanced oxidation processes integrated with biological treatments, membrane contactors and membrane chemical reactors. Wastewater from pharmaceutical, chemical and food industries as well as landfill leachates are specifically considered as representative of major problems encountered when treating industrial streams.

The IWET Content
Innovative and Integrated Technologies for Industrial Treatment will be Explained by Speakers. This is followed by a Full-Length Q&A Session – A Unique SWWW Highlight for Attendees – where Problems are discussed & Queries are Answered by ‘Expert Panel’ to a Wide Variety of Industrial Audience in a Highly-Interactive Session.

  • New Concepts, Processes and Technologies for Industrial Water & Wastewater Treatment with Potential Benefits for Stable Quality of Water, Effluents, Energy & Operational Costs-Saving, and Environmental Protection
  • New Sets of Advanced Standards for Treatment. Case Studies by End-Users.
  • New Information Supporting Development & Implementation of Water Legislation & Pollutions Norms Explained by Guest-Speakers.

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