2018 Seoul Waterworks Workshop

Do not miss out the 2018 Seoul Waterworks Workshop, which will take place in Seoul on October 14-20, 2018.

Organized by the Seoul Waterworks Authority of the Seoul Metropolitan Government, the workshop aims to enhance the participants’ knowledge and skills for applying water supply and sewage treatment. The workshop allows participants to learn about the purpose, scope, and application of Seoul’s best practices by operating professional and systematic training programs including theoretical lectures by experts in waterworks and field trips to relevant institutes and places.

Please contact Kim Ka-young at Global Cooperation Team, KWWA(kykim@kwwa.or.kr/+82-2-3156-7742) for further information regarding admission and others inquires.

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