Thursday, August 11, 2016

Asiawater 2016 Activity

Asiawater 2016 ActivityThe ASIAWATER Convention is the region’s largest waste and water event organized by UBM.

Title: Asia Water 2016
Date: 7th April 2016 (Tuesday)
Time: 2.00 p.m. – 5.00 p.m.
Venue: Kuala Lumpur Conventional Centre

The ASIAWATER Convention is the region’s largest waste and water event organized by UBM. The exhibition gathers thousands of industry professionals across Asia. With over 700 exhibitors catering to 14,000 , this biennial event showcases the latest innovations and products that ensure positive development and recognition for the thriving industry. The ninth edition of the ASIAWATER Expo & Forum took place in The Kuala Lumpur Convention Center.

Widely recognised as the Region’s Leading Water Industry event, over 14,000 industry buyers and decision makers will present new products and get updated on the latest trends in the industry as they build business partnerships at this unique event. ASIAWATER 2016 an outstanding opportunity for players to increase their brand exposure and develop business potential as they capitalize on special networking opportunities.This is the primary, high value-added event to strongly support the development and sustainability in the water and wastewater industries especially for the Southeast Asian market. Owned by UBM plc and listed on the London Stock Exchange, UBM Asia is Asia’s leading exhibition organiser and the biggest commercial organiser in mainland China, India and Malaysia. Needless to say, the ASIAWATER convention is a brilliant opportunity for our students to see key players in the industry take part in a conference where ideas and innovations are flowing.
We brought along a few KAGC students from our Diploma of Green Technology Management course for our educational field trip to broaden their horizons by having a glimpse of the industry. The DGTM students introduces existing approaches in incorporating environmental consideration in business with a specific focus on identifying and managing trade-ofs between environmental technology and contemporary practices. Lecturer, Ms. Nurul Izzati Binti Mat Akhir, encourages our students to immerse themselves in the industry to enhance their education through a hands on approach.

Our students were tasked with finding the green qualities of the companies and products featured in the ASIAWATER exhibition. The eager students displayed strong communication skills as they dove into the booths absorbing information from those with hands on experience in the industry. They were also able to explore techniques and innovations on wastewater treatment and management, a subject that will be taught later on in the diploma course.

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