Idrica to sponsor IWA Copenhagen 2022

The IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition, the international event organized by the International Water Association (IWA) centering on the entire water cycle, will be held from September 11 to 15 in Copenhagen. This year, the meeting is set to bring together the key global players from the water sector. The event will focus on topics such as digital transformation, smart cities and groundwater, and is an opportunity to learn about the current water challenges and discover the latest innovative solutions.

Idrica, a leading multinational specialized in the digital transformation of the water cycle, is sponsoring the meeting, and it will be playing an active role in the event by showcasing some of its most successful international projects. In fact, on September 12, Borja Moratal, a Sales Specialist at Idrica, will be explaining how the company implemented its GoAigua Smart Green irrigation solution in Qatar to increase irrigation efficiency in gardens and parks.

On the same day, Idrica’s Key Account Manager for Europe, Joan Carles Guardiola, will be explaining how the American city of Houston reduced SSOs thanks to the GoAigua platform.

The IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition is a must-attend event for water sector experts. The meeting will be reporting on how the water sector is progressing with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and especially goal number 6 on ensuring water and sanitation for all.

Visit us at booth C2-315 and talk to our experts

Learn from our experts how Idrica and its GoAigua solution are helping utilities around the world tackle their current challenges. Visit our booth C2-315 (Hall E) for an insight into Idrica’s unique value proposition, which is based on the efficiency and quality of its services and its GoAigua platform.

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