Dijon hosts the first “Crossroads of sustainable water management”

idealCO offers the new “Carrefour de l’Eau” meeting in Dijon focused on innovations and best practices in sustainable water management. The professional event takes place on November 23 and 24 at the Parc des Expositions.

The trades of water are expected in Dijon for the first edition of the “Carrefour de l’Eau”. Organized by idealCO, this event aims to allow the “water” sector of eastern France to come together and pool their know-how and knowledge in a context of scarcity of water resources, particularly palpable in recent months due to the historic drought.

Distribution of water resources, recovery of water and unconventional derivatives, decentralized sanitation… How to support professionals on these issues? To respond to them, idealCO is developing the “Carrefour de l’eau” brand with commensurate programming the challenges faced by public and private water stakeholders. It will bring together 80 exhibitors and all the services: river technicians and GEMAPI services, producers and distributors of drinking water, meteoric water coordinators, collective and non-collective sanitation professionals.

Au programabout forty conferences will make up the eight thematic itineraries proposed:
– The course of the craftsmen;
– Resource conservation and water saving;
– Sewer network;
– Buildings and neighborhoods of tomorrow;
– Management of water services;
– Sustainable finance, procurement and public ordering;
– Sustainable management of rainwater;
– Conservation and restoration of aquatic environments.

80 exhibitors will present their innovations and products related to water conservation and sustainable water management. Among the concrete applications presented:
– Use 3D to design and instrument hydraulic structures;
– Store, treat, recover rainwater and/or rainwater;
– Optimize the energy consumption of the water treatment station;
– Measure and analyze water quality;
– Leak detection and water saving tools.

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