Fleming.'s 4th edition of the highly successful Gulf Wastewater Summit on every GCC stakeholders calendar.

On account of the increasing population in the GCC region coupled with the developmental plans for Expo2020 in Dubai, steps to implement waste water re-use is on every country's national agenda . As per the recent news, a thorough review of existing infrastructure and new system requirements is underway in The Emirate. Coordinated by a national committee compromising of leading government authorities, the review will set a foundation to achieve 100% water re-use by 2018.

While prudent authorities are leading the way by taking encouraging steps in the right direction, the challenges faced by the GCC region will continue to grow in the future as socio-economic growth continues to rise, and therefore so will it's water demands. Looking at future needs, it has become imperative to develop preventive and corrective policies at a grass root level as well as turn towards the latest technologies that can preserve and create freshwater. Though most have implemented effective solutions already, a scope for improvement always exists.

Fleming.’s 4th Annual Gulf Wastewater Summit 2014 scheduled for 19 - 20 May 2014 in Dubai - U.A.E will serve as a key platform for discussions on the current standards, trends and policies in practice & the initiatives undertaken by the authorities to curb the losses incurred from inefficient waste water systems. A global pavilion of technology specialists will showcase their path breaking products and services designed to create efficient waste water systems with proven results.