Idrica participates in Fenasan fair in Brazil

Fenasan, one of the largest sanitation events in Latin America, is set to take place from September 13-15 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The fair, which is also referred to as the National Congress on Sanitation and the Environment, has been organized by the AESabesp – Associação dos Engenheiros da Sabesp association for 33 years. Its central theme this year is “Sanitation: priority for life.” Fenasan’s main objectives are to promote and to disseminate the technology used in the environmental sanitation sector, as well as to exchange and share information, to showcase products and the technological development of systems used in the treatment and supply of water.

The meeting brings together over 20,000 attendees each year with an international outreach, including participants from Germany, Argentina, Chile, China, United States, The Netherlands, India, Israel, Italy, Mexico and Portugal. The multinational Idrica will be participating in the event with its local partner, Sustentare Saneamento.

Idrica, the company specializing in the digital transformation of the water sector, will be present at booth N13 to showcase how its services and smart solutions drive efficiency in utilities. In addition, on September 14 at 4:40pm, Pepe Chambó, a Sales Specialist at Idrica, will be speaking about digital transformation and its benefits.

Come to our booth and meet our experts

Fenasan is a unique opportunity to meet the leading companies in the sector and discover the latest developments in equipment, technology and innovation in the sanitary and environmental world. Visit us at booth N13 and talk to our experts about Idrica’s unique value proposition, which is based on the efficiency and quality of its services and its GoAigua platform. Find out how we can help you tackle the challenges currently facing your organization.

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