GE Saudi Water Reuse Summit to Address Kingdom's Water Challenges
As Saudi Arabia faces an increasing demand for water to support its rapid population and economic growth, GE held the Saudi "Used to Useful" Water Reuse Summit to explore water reuse solutions that can support the Kingdom and the region in securing a sustainable water supply for the future.Held under the patronage of H.E. Eng. Abdullah Bin Abdul Rahman Al Hussayen, Minister of Water and Electricity, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the GE Saudi "Used to Useful" Summit is a close collaboration between the Ministry of Water and Electricity, the National Water Company and leading Saudi water organizations. It featured industry and government global leaders who gathered in Riyadh to discuss the growing role of water reuse and share their experiences on the required technologies and enabling policies that can support the Kingdom in its mission to protect this precious resource. To continue reading about the GE Water Reuse Summit, click here. About GE
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