The World Alliance for Low Carbon Cities, together with Tsinghua University and Kyoto University will host a symposium on water treatment technologies and practices in Shenzhen, China tomorrow, Saturday the 13th of December, 2014. The symposium will feature presentations from a wide variety of visiting experts active in the research, development, and commercialization of related technologies and solutions. 

Among the presenters is Shenzhen Yuekunlun Environment, a valued WALCC member, who will lead a discussion on deep environment treatment and secondary pollution control technology. Opening the symposium will be the chairman of the WALCC's board Professor Kang Feiyu, Dean of Tsinghua University's Graduate School at Shenzhen. The Alliance's vice-chairman Johan Wallin of Synocus, will also attend the symposium. 

In addition to these valued participants and speakers, the Alliance is also pleased to welcome the the following participants who received a special invitation from the Alliance: Prof. Kap Seung YANG, School of Polymer Science and Engineering, Chonnam National University; Xu, H., Vice-General Manager, China Everbright International Limited; Wang, L., Vice President, Kangda International; Chen, L., Chairman, Litree Corp.; Pan, K., Qingke Zijin Environment Technology; and Prof. Wang, P., Hunan Xilin Environment Material.

For a full schedule and further information on the symposium please see the event page.

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