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Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

The next edition of the Singapore International Water Week will take place from 19 to 21 June. The event will host global leaders, experts and practitioners, water agencies, industry experts and academia members to share and co-create innovative solutions to solve the world’s urban water and sanitation challenges at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre (Marina Bay Sands).

Molecor SEA will participate in the event offering a place to get to know its different solutions for water conveyance at stand B2-T18. Those attending the event will be able to see first-hand one of the largest ranges of supply solutions manufactured in Oriented PVC, highlighting the wide range of diameters and pressures of the TOM® pipes (up to DN1200 mm) and the range of ecoFITTOM® PVC-O fittings that include couplers, reductions and bends. In addition to TR6®, the new pipes developed by Molecor for low pressure water conduction, specially designed for the needs of agriculture.

In addition to the aforementioned products, attendees will have the opportunity to explore the functionalities of geoTOM®, a novel digital instrument conceived by Molecor to facilitate the geolocation of canalization projects. By leveraging the application in conjunction with a smartphone, users can craft digital layouts in a remarkably intuitive and straightforward manner with all the information and exact position of each piece, regardless of the material or manufacturer.

This year's event will focus on some of the most pressing issues affecting the water sector, such as ensuring the sustainable production and supply of safe and clean drinking water, the effective and efficient collection and treatment of used water, resiliency and adaptability of urban cities to climate change, floods and sea-level rise, water quality and one health, and resource efficiency and circular economy for the water sector.

We look forward to seeing you at the Singapore International Water Week 2024, come and visit us!
Stand B2-T18
See you from June 19th to 21st in Marina Bay Sands!

For more information, you can contact us at:

Singapore Water Week