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Welcome To DELHI WATER EXPO

We are delighted to announce Water Today's WATER EXPO – Delhi to be held on 13th, 14th & 15th July 2023 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The event will exclusively focus on emerging technologies in the water & wastewater sector, collaboration and consolidation of public-private sector players, along with regulatory, technical and financial challenges faced by the industry.

Increasing urban population and rising per-capita consumption is driving the demand for water. Augmented demand for energy and rise in manufacturing industries has promoted the development of water treatment industry.

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200+
Exhibitors

175+
Categories

8000+
Visitors

3000+
Products Showcase

10+
Exhibiting Countries

6000+ Sq.m
Exhibiting Area

About Us

We have been in existence since July 2005 based in Chennai and having regional offices in Mumbai and Delhi.  Our goal —Uniting the vibrant world of Water and provide proactive platforms where the water industry can converge and move forward towards a common goal in solving global water problems.

Water Today began with an aim to provide a proactive platform for water industry to converge and work together in achieving solutions to global water problems. From being India's leading knowledge sharing and marketing platform catering to the water and wastewater industry, we have successfully benchmarked Water Today’s WATER EXPO in Chennai and Bengaluru and other metros are in the pipeline. Internationally we have our presence in Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

This premium international Water Expo encompasses the largest gathering of water, wastewater with maximum footfalls, contented exhibitors, repetitive participants and increasing qualitative industrial and corporate visitors, making it the most prominent and the largest International event in South Asia.

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