Indonesia Infrastructure Fast Track Seminar Series (IIFTSS)
11/04/2012

Water & Waste Management Stakeholders Forum and Market Sounding

Online PR News – 04-November-2012 – Jakarta – The Indonesia Infrastructure Fast Track Seminar Series (IIFTSS) has been developed in support of the annual Indonesia International Infrastructure Conference & Exhibition (IIICE). These strategic seminars will be over 2 days expanding each sector in detail on the subjects raised in IIICE. Held across the year these seminars will focus in depth on accelerating the development of the following critical national infrastructure sectors.

Latest policy and regulation updates, tendering processes explained, market sounding on projects slated for tender and detailed presentations of both national & regional PPP projects ready for tender will be a focus of each strategic sector seminar in support of advancing the national agenda of MP3EI.

Supplementing the seminars will be expert testimonials and presentations from the private sector in order to provide an in-depth appraisal of today's key issues within each of the four sectors of focus. For example the seminars will address; The impact of rapid urbanization; How application of reusable water techniques as essential to assist in meeting the needs of rising water demand; What is happening in renewable energy and how it relates to Power Generation; What needs to be done to improve transport logistics, and many other current issues and trends alongside the latest business opportunities revealed.
This most important 2-day conference, focused on Water and Sanitation, will both present market soundings on new projects slated for development and ready for tender as well as present sterling examples of successful now underway that can set the standard for nationwide development. Alongside these presentations expert keynote speakers and panelist will explore all aspects of the diverse industry that is concerned with the delivery of clean water for population use.

Conference attendees will hear about issues in water resources, storage and conservation for both irrigation and water supply; different approaches to supply involving both public and private sector involvement; the significant amount of work that needs to be done in sanitation, where Indonesia has much to do to meet Millennium Development Goals; technological and system advances; and how cities should be planning through efficient use of water to ensure environmentally healthy living conditions.

Your attendance is strongly recommended!

Water & Waste Management Project Presentations:

No. Project Title Estimated Project Value
1 West Semarang Municipal Water Supply, Central Java-USD 78.00 Million
2 Lamongan Regency Water Supply, East Java-USD 16.67 Million
3 Solid Waste Management Improvement Project, Bandung Municipal, West Java-USD
100.00 Million
4 Improvement Water Supply Palu Municipal, Central Sulawesi-USD 30.00 Million
5 Southern Bali Water Supply-USD 287.00 Million
6 DKI Jakarta Sewage Treatment Plant-USD 200.00 Million
7 Solid Waste Management of Batam Municipal-USD 100.00 Million
8 Solid Waste Treatment & Final Disposal – Putri Cempo Mojosongo, Surakarta, Central Java-USD 30.00 Million

Who Will Attend

Central Government Officials
Regional Government Officials
Indonesian Water Supply Association (Perpamsi)
District Owned Water Companies (PDAMs)
Water Supplier Companies
Water Utility Companies
Water and Waste Treatment Professionals
Banks and Financial Institutions
Consultants
Law Firms
Media

Why You Should Attend:

Receive first-hand updated regulations, solutions and technologies on water supply and waste sanitation sector
Receive the updated water and waste projects ready for tender from the Government
In depth update and open dialogue on new policies, government resolutions and laws affecting the water supply and waste sanitation infrastructure projects across Indonesia
Network with over 200 government officials and water & waste professional leaders
Unrivaled speaker faculty .

For a more detailed info please visit our site http://www.indonesiainfrastructure.org .