XXXI Annual Convention and EXPO ANEAS Puebla 2017
Since 1983, the National Association of Water and Sanitation Utilities, organises the ANEAS Annual Convention & Expo® which has positioned itself as the most important event of its kind in Latin America and one of the most relevant of the global water sector (ICCA, 2013). The XXXI edition will be held under the auspices of the State of Puebla Government through the Utility “Wastewater: a potential resource”, at the "Centro Expositor Puebla", November 27th to December 1st 2017.
The XXXI Annual Convention and EXPO ANEAS Puebla 2017® is the ideal space for creating and disseminating knowledge, learning, personal and professional development providing a great opportunity to complement business strategies and opportunities.
ING. RAMÓN AGUIRRE DÍAZ
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ANEAS OF MÉXICO
On behalf of the ANEAS Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and its affiliated water and sanitation Utilities, I am pleased to announce we are ready to welcome you to the XXXI Annual Convention & EXPO 2017, hosted by the beautiful city of Puebla, which offers its visitors a unique array of historical and cultural attractions, standing out for its Baroque style with its complex forms and elaborate ornamentation.
LIC. HÉCTOR DURÁN DÍAZ
DIRECTOR OF “AGUA DE PUEBLA PARA TODOS”
In “Agua de Puebla para Todos” (Puebla Water for All) we are very pleased to welcome our friends, peers and colleagues of the water sector at the XXXI ANEAS Annual Convention & Expo Puebla 2017, the most important event in Latin America bringing together national and international experts, entrepreneurs, academics, legislators, as well as other stakeholders related to the drinking water and sanitation sector.
ING. ROBERTO OLIVARES
DIRECTOR GENERAL DE ANEAS
As every year, the National Association of Water and Sanitation Utilities of Mexico (ANEAS) will hold its Convention & Expo, the most important event of the drinking water and sanitation sector in Latin America, hosted by the Government of the State of Puebla, through the Utility “Wastewater: a potential resource”.