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JSWA Accepting Exhibitor Applications for Sewage Works Exhibition '14 Osaka at Intex Osaka July 22-25, 2014

TOKYO, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 

The Japan Sewage Works Association (JSWA) announced that it will begin accepting exhibitor applications for the Sewage Works Exhibition '14 Osaka, which it will host at Intex Osaka starting Tuesday, July 22. The theme of the sewage and water-treatment sector trade fair's 27th iteration, which runs through Friday, July 25, 2014, is "Made in Japan! Essentials for Sanitary Lifestyles."

Sewage Works Exhibition '14 Osaka will feature the latest technological solutions from companies and other entities involved in sewage and water treatment. "Our industry hopes to play an important part in the government's push to boost Japan's infrastructure exports," said JSWA President Hisataka Sokawa. "So we'd like to invite industry colleagues from around the world, whether from private or public entities, to come to Japan to see our leading-edge sewage- and water-treatment technologies."

Interested exhibitors can download a PDF application form at http://www.gesuidouten.jp/en/index.html. The deadline for applications is Friday, February 14.

Sewage Works Exhibition '14 Osaka (Executive summary)

Name:

Sewage Works Exhibition '14 Osaka

Dates:

Tuesday July 22 - Friday July 25, 2014

Location:

Intex Osaka (Halls 1-5): 1-5-102, Nankokita, Suminoe-ku, Osaka, Japan

Organizer:

Japan Sewage Works Association (JSWA)

Backers:

Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT), Ministry of the Environment (MOE), Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), National Governors' Association, Japan Association of City Mayors, National Association of Towns & Villages, City of Osaka, Japan Sewage Works Agency, Nikkei Inc., Television Osaka, Inc. (pending)

Cooperation:

Japan Institute of Wastewater Engineering Technology and other interested organizations, 62 in total (pending)

Booths:

930

About the Japan Sewage Works Association
The JSWA was launched in April 1964 with the integration of the National Sewage Works Development Conference and the sewage division of the Japan Water Service Association. With public-sector organizations involved in operating or planning sewage businesses as its regular members, the JSWA began a wide range of activities as a national, unified sewage organization. These include studies into sewage and working for the widespread construction of sewers to create a pristine water environment for Japan's rivers, lakes, and seas.

Contact:
Mike Litwin, Hiroyuki Seki
Management Secretariat
Sewage Works Exhibition '14 Osaka
Tel. +81-3-5269-2301
Email: [email protected]

SOURCE Japan Sewage Works Association (JSWA)

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