The much anticipated MyanmarWater 2014 will take place from 22 - 24 October 2014 at Tatmadaw Exhibition Hall, Yangon, Myanmar. This event gives you access to decision makers and solution providers by over 180 companies from 20 countries as well as B2B Business Networking opportunities with over 5,000 international professionals in water and wastewater industry.

Just recently, a press conference was held on the 20th September 2014 in Myanmar Engineering Society (MES) Building, Yangon in addressing various key reasons on the importance of staging MyanmarWater 2014 in a developing country like Myanmar.

Mr. M. Gandhi, Managing Director of (ASEAN Business) UBM Asia delivered a keynote address on the importance of water in future development and included three key sectors which are drinking water, wastewater treatment and managing water resources. He emphasised on managing water resources for future developments so that Myanmar will not make the same mistake as other countries that are experiencing water shortage.

From left (Mr. Christopher Moster, U. Hla Baw, Ms. Roselle P. Sinajon, U. Ba Shwe, Mr. M. Gandhi, Daw Si Than, U. Khin Maung Htaey, Mr. Mark Bahpyu and Mr. Saw Christopher Maung)





We are still low in terms of development compared to other ASEAN countries. We need to upgrade our water and wastewater industry in both urban and rural areas. MyanmarWater 2014 will be very informatiove for future development in Myanmar.

U. Han Zaw,
Immediate Past President
Myanmar Engineering Society (MES)

The MyanmarWater 2014 expo is a great avenue for water industry practitioners from around the world to share best practices to Myanmar which has recently opened itself.

Mr. Christopher Moster,
Leakage Manager
Manila Water