Manila Water Head to Keynote 2010 Asia Pacific Water and Sewer Systems Modeling Conference
Expanded agenda highlights region’s modeling event
MWH Soft, an innovator of wet infrastructure modeling and simulation software and technologies, announced that Robert Baffrey, head of wastewater operations for Manila Water, Philippines, will be the final Keynote speaker for the 2010 Asia Pacific Water and Sewer Systems Modeling Conference on April 21 to 22, 2010, at Q1, the world’s tallest residential tower, on Australia’s Gold Coast.
Baffrey heads the largest wastewater service provider in the Philippines, responsible for the provision of wastewater services in the East Zone of Metro Manila. He is involved in the planning of $1 billion in infrastructure assets, including both treatment facilities and sewer networks, and oversees the operations of 32 wastewater treatment plants.
The Asia Pacific Water and Sewer Systems Modeling Conference, organized by MWH Soft, is widely considered to be comprehensive in infrastructure modeling, design and management technology. This once-a-year learning opportunity for the Asia Pacific modeling community brings together a wide array of water and wastewater technical experts and their managers who want to sharpen their skills, expand their knowledge and share best practices with their peers. The theme of this year’s conference is, “Maximize efficiency, reduce costs and minimize environmental impact through technology.”
During the two days of gatherings, participants will learn how to gain a competitive edge in this difficult economy by designing, operating and managing better and more cost-effective systems, protecting the environment and safeguarding public health.
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