Capacity Building of Water Reuse
The Act provided that experts from industries and academia at home and abroad discuss the development of sewage systems to cope with climate change and strengthen competitiveness of the global water industry by exploring advanced cases of national policies, technologies, installation and operation, and supply systems using sewage systems from all over the world.
|13:30 - 13:35(5’)||Welcome Address||Mr. Tea-Hyun Park, Executive Vice President, K-water|
|13:35 - 13:47(12’)||Integrated Water Resources Management(IWRM) & water Reuse||Mr. Nidal Salim, Director, GIWEH(Global Institute for Water Environment and Health)|
|13:47 - 13:59(12’)||Activation of Water Reuse for the Utilization of Industrial Water||Mr. Kyung-Hyuk Lee, Doctor, K-water|
|13:59 - 14:11(12’)||Operation Status and Future Prospects of Rainwater Use & Gray-water Reuse Facilities in Korea||Mr. Kyung-Kuk Min, Doctor, K-eco|
|14:11 - 14:23(12’)||Water Reclamation in sustaining Singapore water security in the climate change Era||Mr. How Yong Ng, professor, NUS Environmental Research Institute|
|14:23 - 14:35(12’)||Construction of Smart City by Using the Information on the waste water||Mr. Seong Pyo Kim, professor, Korea University|
|14:35 - 15:00(25’)||Panel discussion||Moderator(1), Speaker(5)|
⇒ Moderator : Prof. Joon Hong Park, Professor, Yonsei University
Integrated Water Resources Management(IWRM) & water Reuse (Mr. Nidal Salim, GIWEH)
- 1. Incentives: Get the price right. Incentives to save water and use it more efficiently.
- 2. Internalize externalities and get the policies right.
- 3. Innovation: improve water use efficiency, better irrigation technologies, minimize losses (70%) and leakage, R&D for adaptation to water stress.
- 4. Information: promote best practices, education, training, capacity building, international help.
- 5. Integration: there is no silver bullet. Integrate multiple approaches, technology and economic solutions.
Activation of Water Reuse for the Utilization of Industrial Water (Mr. Kyung-Hyuk Lee, K-water)
Strategies to Increase Rate of Industrial Usage
- High Industrial Water Tariff & Industrial Water Demand
- High Quality Industrial Water Demand (UPW, Cooling Tower)
- Renewable Energy & Waste Resource Utilization
- Municipalities Incentives(MWW Tariff Exemption)
- Government Subsidies
- Susceptibility of Industrial Water Customers
Operation Status and Future Prospects of Rainwater Use & Gray-water Reuse Facilities in Korea (Mr. Kyung-Kuk Min, K-eco)
- Establishment of sustainable water circulation system through integration management by each watershed
- Diversification of water reuse according to demand characteristics
- Improvement of Public relations and education in Water reuse
Water Reclamation in sustaining Singapore water security in the climate change Era(Mr. How Yong Ng, NUS Environmental Research Institute)
Energy efficiency for future water reuse
Construction of Smart City by Using the Information on the waste water(Mr. Seong Pyo Kim, Korea University)
WBE may be able to provide more direct measures of population health, by measuring biomarkers of food, diet and health in SMART CITY These methods would depend greatly on future advances in fields such as “omics”(metabolomics) to inspire potential WBE biomarkers which can provide meaningful information on population health
Water Reuse activation plan