The World Plumbing Conference is an international water conference organized by the World Plumbing Council that integrates seminars and exhibitions. The conference is held every three years, and each session is bid twice in advance. The first World Plumbing Conference was held in Sydney, Australia from September 15 to 21, 1985, and a total of 14 countries participated. Since then, more and more countries have begun to actively participate in the conference. Up to now, more than 30 countries have participated and supported it. The World Plumbing Conference has built an efficient business platform for the development and technical exchange of the global water industry.
"World Plumbing Conference 2023" in conjunction with "Shanghai International Exchange Seminar on Water Supply and Drainage Equipment, Technology” will be held in Shanghai, China on 17-20 October, 2023. With the theme of "Greener, Smarter, Safer", the conference launched multi-angle and all-round in-depth exchanges in light of the new trends and characteristics of the global water supply and drainage industry in the post-epidemic era. Committed to creating a high-end platform for one-stop environmental technology exchanges in politics, industry, academia and research.