Water Management Trade Shows worldwide by country

61 Watermanagement Trade Shows in 49 cities and 38 countries. Most Watermanagement Trade Shows take place in China with 5, USA with 4 and Germany with 4 Watermanagement Trade Shows.

Some fairs also deal with topics such as wastewater treatment and water supply, while others are more aimed at sustainable water management and water resource management. A variety of products and services are offered at Water Management Trade Shows, including water treatment equipment, sewage systems, water monitoring systems, water analysis equipment, water supply technologies and more. Water Management Trade Shows are suitable for professionals from various fields related to water management, including water and wastewater research, water treatment and wastewater treatment. These include government officials, engineers, scientists, contractors, water industry representatives and other stakeholders. The most well-known trade fairs for water management are the IFAT in Munich (International Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste, and Raw Materials Management) and the AWWA ACE (American Water Works Association Annual Conference & Exposition).


Conference: Sep 30 – Oct 4, 2023
Exhibition: Oct 2 – 4, 2023
McCormick Place | Chicago, IL, USA

2024 WQA Convention & Exposition CATALYST

Exhibition: March 5-7, 2024
Orange County Convention Center Orlando, FL, USA

13th Edition

August 21 & 22, 2024
Education starts August 20
MACC Convention Center in MIAMI

Welcome to WWETT

Conference: September 30 – October 4, 2023
Show! Expo Hall: January 25-27, 2024
Indiana Convention Center, Indiana, IN, USA


Conference: March 4 – 7, 2024 West Palm Beach, FL Palm Beach County Convention Centre

World’s Leading Trade Fair for the Beverage and Liquid Food Industry

Exhibition: Sep 15–19, 2025 Trade Fair Center Messe München, GERMANY


6 – 9 November 2023
RAI Amsterdam, 1070 MS Amsterdam / Europaplein 24, Nederland

WETEX 2023

November 15-17,2023
Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), UAE

InterAqua 2024

Jan 31 – Feb 2, 2024 Tokyo Big Sight East Hall

IFAT Munich 2024

Exhibition: May 13-17
World’s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management


DECEMBER 5-7, 2023

Western Canada Water 2023 Conference and Exhibition

September 25 – 27, 2023
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Water Equipment Show

The Telford International Centre on May 16th, 2024
International Way, Telford TF3 4JH, United Kingdom

Meet the Chinese water technology industry

December 11-12-13,2024

Advanced Water Treatment Technology & its Solutions

Welcome to “Kontel Global” Advanced Water Treatment Technology and Its Solutions Blog

Our professional technical team is committed to providing you with the latest and most substantial information and news aboutadvanced water purification systems and products. The informational pieces you will find help will be related to every kind of process within our industry, such as Industrial and Commercial Reverse Osmosis, Seawater Desalination, Water Softening, Ultraviolet Disinfection, Media Filtration, and other water treatment systems, developments, and applications. Be sure to continue observing our Advanced Water Treatment Technology & its Solutions Blog in order to guarantee yourself updated with the most recent and important technologies, processes, and information for this well-advanced industry.

Kontel Global’s capabilities range from small skid mounted systems to millions of gallons per day water treatment plants. We manufacture all types of water purification systems from reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ultrafiltration, media filtration, water softeners, ultraviolet treatment, wastewater treatment, and more. Our engineers have spent the last two decades progressively advancing these systems to meet all possible user requirements and ensure production of the highest quality water.



Posted by Kontel Global on August 30th, 2023
Reverse osmosis is a method used to separate a high percentage of pollutants from water by forcing it through a semi-permeable membrane.
Kontel Global can provide you with commercial & industrial reverse osmosis systems for different applications. Kontel Global designs and manufactures water treatment systems in addition to reverse osmosis systems. Reverse osmosis specializes in the desalination and removal of impurities from water using pressure and semi permeable RO membranes….
Antiscalant chemicals are used to prevent the scaling & fouling of the RO membranes. Scale may consist of mineral fouling such as calcium sulfate, calcium carbonate, barium sulfate, silica, 

calcium fluoride, and strontium sulfate. The Antiscalant dosing should be done before reaching the RO membranes to break up sulfate precipitates, calcium carbonate, and other mineral fouling. Antiscalant is the preferred pretreatment method for water systems due to its unmatched effectiveness in reducing membrane fouling. Antiscalant Chemical is used to process very poor-quality feed water at very high rates of recovery. When used properly, Antiscalant extends the time between membrane cleanings from a few weeks to years in some cases. Without Antiscalant, RO membrane systems would not be as successful serving the water treatment industry.
Why Use Antiscalant in RO Plant
Kontel Global’s extensive range of advanced technology Antiscalant water systems have been developed to manage the problems associated with hard water, specifically hardness salts and the formation of scale across a wide range of commercial, industrial and process environments.
Successful membrane cleaning relies on both the effectiveness of the cleaning compounds and the design and operation of the cleaning equipment. Kontel Global can offer suggestions on cleaning system design and cleaning procedures to ensure the most effective results.

Here are the main benefits of utilizing Antiscalant in your RO plant:

  • Minerals that cause scaling can be effectively controlled.
  • Suitable with the most popular membranes on the market
  • Extinguish particle foulants to keep membrane areas clean.
  • Significantly higher recovery rates can be achieved with RO systems, resulting in reduced operational costs.

Seawater Desalination:

The SWRO process removes all existing salts and impurities from ocean water. Analysis have been done on seawater and the results state that the water contains approximately 3.5% dissolved solids and more than sixty of the chemical elements have been identified. The primary elements are sodium chloride (80% of the dissolved elements), Potassium (0.13% of the dissolved elements), Magnesium, sand / gravel, limestone, Manganese, Phosphorites, and other elements.

Since the oceans of the world contain 3.5% salt content; humans are unable to ingest this type of water to survive. There are many areas in the world where people are affected by either limited or no groundwater at their disposal. Depending on your geographic location – The Persian Gulf for instance has 45 grams of salt per liter, therefore, thermal desalination must be done while everywhere else there is a way to obtain pure and safe drinking water by the process of desalination through RO. Either process you use – thermal or reverse osmosis – the salt is cut down to 0.5 gram per liter and absolutely drinkable.

Treating seawater via reverse osmosis can be tricky because of how highly corrosive seawater can be on the membranes, and other components. Seawater also has a range of contaminants from microorganisms, heavy metals, and insoluble salts that can cause scaling or fouling of the RO membranes.

Pre-treatment for SWRO can consist of:

  • Pre-chlorination
  • Multimedia Filters
  • Dechlorination
  • Antiscalant injections

Sea Water Desalination process:

Desalination is the process of removing dissolved minerals from seawater, treated wastewater, and brackish groundwater by using a system called Reverse Osmosis (RO). The RO process removes approximately 95% to 99% of the salts and inorganic material found in the seawater which results in safe, healthy, and salt free drinking water.

Post-treatment for SWRO can consist of:

  • pH adjustment
  • Calcite filter

Since seawater is so highly corrosive parts made of special components are needed to make sure the system is performing at optimal levels and without issues. We at Kontel Global use only high-standard branded parts for our seawater desalination systems.