Technologies on Tap: Water Wisdom in Algeria
It comes as no surprise that water is a booming $450 billion global market. But it is also a pressing need. In fact, countless thought leaders in the past have warned us that water will be the chief commodity of the 21st century. And for those of us in Algeria, the need starts at home.
Throughout Algeria’s history, water shortages have been commonplace. Barrels and storage tanks once dominated the roofs spread over the crescent of hills covering the Algerian capital and the Bay of Algiers.
That’s just one reason why today in Algeria, professionals have come together to discuss the latest advances in water treatment at the 9th International Exhibition of Water Equipment, Technologies and Services – SIGG Pollutec.
We’re proud to be sharing many GE innovations at this event. For instance, you’ll find Electrodialysis Reversal Systems (EDR) that have the ability to tackle both difficult-to-treat water and wastewater with speed, consistent quality and reliable performance. You’ll also discover compact systems like Ultrafiltration and Membrane Bioreactors and more.
Visit Booth Number 46D (near the USA Pavillion) at the 9th International Exhibition of Water Equipment, Technologies and Services – SIGG Pollutec, and join the conversation.