Be sure to stop by and visit us at IWA WWCE Booth 5 from 16 – 21 September in Tokyo, Japan. Explore our award-winning and innovative technologies that control and monitor algae in large water bodies at the Isle Emerging Technologies Pavilion.
We will exhibit in the Isle Emerging Technologies & Challenge Exchange HUB, where we’ll showcase our latest innovation for a sustainable solution to control algae growth in diverse application scenarios, such as lakes and drinking water reservoirs. The Hub is a meeting point between the utilities behind the challenges and innovative solutions. As a finalist in the Emerging Technologies Pitches, our CEO, Yousef Yousef, will give a presentation on Tuesday 18 September from 14:30 – 15:30 at our booth number 5.
A new way to treat water
Our MPC-Buoy system is a sustainable solution developed to prevent algal blooms in large water bodies. The MPC-Buoy combines ultrasound technology and online water quality monitoring to effectively control algae in large water bodies, such as lakes and drinking water reservoirs. With successful installation at various drinking water utility companies around the world, such as American Water and EPM, LG Sonic is now running MPC-Buoy projects in more than 20 countries, including Colombia, Singapore and New Zealand.
The IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition is a meeting point for over 5,500 water, environment, and related professionals from more than 100 countries, and offers new insights into ways that pioneering, technological innovation and leading practices are shaping major transformations in water management. IWA 2018 will take place in Tokyo, Japan, and you’re welcome to witness our innovative solutions from 16 – 21 September at booth 5.