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Purpose of the Exhibition

The Sewage Works Exhibition is Japan’s largest annual exhibition on the theme of sewage systems. It is held for local governments and other entities that manage the business of sewage systems to exhibit the latest technology and equipment developed by Japanese companies and organizations involved in the wide range of fields related to sewage systems. It is also held for the general public to encourage understanding and inspire interest in sewage systems.

The water business is undergoing worldwide change, as illustrated by increased calls for the development and popularization of globally competitive technologies. Amid such changes, the Sewage Works Exhibition seeks to help create a global brand for Japanese sewage systems by working proactively to attract visitors and exhibitors from around the world.

The exhibition provides many different offerings, including exhibitor presentations, which are opportunities for companies and organizations to introduce their technologies and equipment; concurrent projects such as technical tours for showing people the equipment and machinery of wastewater facilities; and exhibitions and events for the general public.

About the Sewage Works Exhibition
Event Name
“Sewage Works Exhibition ’19 Yokohama”
Dates
August 6 (Tue.) - 9 (Fri.), 2019
10:00–17:00 (Aug. 6th opening: 10:30, Aug. 9th closing: 16:00)
Venue
Pacifico Yokohama Exhibition Hall A-D & Annex Hall
1-1-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-0012 Japan
Organized by
Japan Sewage Works Association
Supported by
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport; Ministry of the Environment; Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry; Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology; National Governors’ Association; Japan Association of City Mayors; National Association of Towns and Villages; Yokohama City; Kanagawa Prefecture; Japan Sewage Works Agency (TBC)
Sponsored by
Approximately 60 organizations including the Japan Institute of Wastewater Engineering and Technology (TBC)
Capacity
Due to the limited amount of venue space, and for safety concerns such as ensuring space for firefighters and transporting equipment, we will limit the number of booths as follows. We appreciate your understanding.
Number of booths: 1-5, 6, 8, 10, 12
In addition, limited venue space may preclude the number of booths for which we have accepted applications. If this occurs, we will hold discussions with exhibitors to determine the number of booths. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
Exhibit Categories
Planning and Designing Zone
Surveying and design equipment

Construction and Civil & Architectural Works Zone
Rehabilitation methods for pipes, etc.; construction methods and technologies; construction equipment, materials and machinery



Sewer Material and Equipment Zone
Pipeline materials, equipment and machinery

Treatment (Machinery & Electricity) Zone
Equipment for rainwater treatment, freshwater and sludge pumping equipment, water treatment devices and equipment, sludge treatment devices and equipment, electrical machinery and equipment, instrumentation, treatment chemicals, sludge recycling equipment and byproducts, odor control devices and chemicals, noise and vibration control devices
Operations and Maintenance Zone
Maintenance equipment and special vehicles

Other Solutions Zone
Drainage machinery, materials and equipment; equipment used for testing/analysis and measurement; and other related equipment
Public Zone
We will provide space for local governments to exhibit the value of sewage systems and associated challenges in ways that are easy for the general public to understand.
Concurrent Projects (TBC)
  • Awards ceremony and exhibit of works from various sewage system competitions
  • Exhibitor presentations RENEWAL
  • Exhibitor awards
  • Water business industry internship and career seminar
  • Technical tours
Major Concurrent Events (Scheduled)
  • 56th Japan Annual Technical Conference on Sewerage
  • 34th Prefectural Sewage Works Seminar