UTICA hosts Water Expo Tunisia on May 8 and 9

Tunisia is one of the countries most affected by drought and water stress. The water situation in Tunisia is very critical, given that the stock of dams has not exceeded 31%, the lowest level even compared to 2017, the driest year.

The International Exhibition of Water Activities and Technologies (Water Expo), organized under the aegis of the Ministry of Agriculture, Hydraulic Resources and Fisheries and in partnership with the Center for Water Research and Technology (CERTE) on May 8 and 9, 2024 at the UTICA headquarters, is an excellent opportunity for players to exchange experiences and access the latest equipment and other solutions that improve the public water service through consultation, whether in the field of drinking water supply or agricultural irrigation.

Water Expo 2024 is a must-attend B2B event for the leading national players in the water sector. It features a wide variety of exhibition stands focusing on drinking and waste water, the water industry, current trends and prospects, and cutting-edge technologies for managing and preserving the sustainability of this vital source.

Faced with the unbridled growth of the world’s population, the pressure of global warming, the depletion of water tables, urbanization, industrialization and their associated multiple and unbridled pollutions, it is urgent to think, discuss and act effectively in order to guarantee adequate management of water resources and to set up a sustainable water supply system, on a national and planetary scale.


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