In April 2016, Dubai Municipality announced a number of new projects, including a network of sewage tunnels, with the aim to make Dubai a green and fully sustainable city by 2021. The new network will meet demands of Dubai's population and urban growth and help save 30% of electricity and reduce the carbon footprint.
Future Drainage & Stormwater Networks Dubai will be held on 26-27 October 2016 in Sheraton Grand Hotel Dubai, UAE. This conference is organized by ACM and is envisioned to support Dubai’s drainage, sewage and stormwater master plan.
This conference will provide the prefect platform to discuss strategies for delivering a resilient drainage and stormwater networks.
Seize the opportunity now
As part of Dubai Municipality storm water and sewerage scheme, which is estimated to be valued at $6bn, Dubai Municipality has invited pre-qualification for the deep tunnel stormwater network project earlier this year.
Private developers are also heavily involved in developing their stormwater and drainage network to avoid future flooding. This includes Dubai Investment Park (DIP) which is building its own internal storm water network by adding pipelines to drain flood water into the sea and other measures.
The master stormwater network for Jebel Ali district is in the works and will be ready by the end of 2019.
Why take part in Future Drainage & Stormwater Networks Dubai conference?
This conference is being launched to help demonstrating best practice implementation to answer the specific requirements and challenges in Dubai.
This unique and timely event will bring together the relevant government bodies, developers, engineering consultants, contractors and solution providers.
For further information about the conference, please visit www.drainageandstormwaterdubai.com.