The ALADYR Chile International Congress took place on October 26 and 27 at the Intercontinental Santiago Hotel. The Congress included a technical agenda that incorporated topics of national interest, success stories, international trends and a robust panel of presentations on legal and regulatory issues.

The event gathered more than 300 national and international attendees, the massive interest is due to the fact that climate change is affecting our country and the world at an unthinkable speed.

We are in a serious situation of both drought and water scarcity, so our focus is on water efficiency and related processes, becoming a vital part of the processes of desalination plants. Check out our 3D Seawater Drive System Video.

We were present at ALADYR together with our partner VOENS, a company specialized in the commercialization of equipment for water conditioning and purification systems. We invite you to review the gallery of the event.

ALADYR, Latin American Association of Desalination and Water Reuse.

Founded on November 30, 2010 during the II International Desalination Seminar in the city of Antofagasta, Chile. ALADYR is a non-profit trade association, the maximum reference in Latin America in desalination, reuse and treatment of water and effluents.

They promote the development, dissemination and appropriation of timely knowledge on desalination technologies, reuse and treatment of water and effluents, thanks to the provision of spaces for exchange of information that promote strategic alliances, projects and initiatives aimed at ensuring access to DRINKING WATER in Latin America under standards of sustainability, efficiency and social future.

They have the formal support of the Spanish Association of Desalination and Reuse (AEDYR), the International Desalination Association (IDA) and the Caribbean Desalination Association (CARIBDA). Associations with a successful and efficient track record in water treatment as an option that responds to the needs of hundreds of cities and millions of inhabitants, which combine commitment, cutting-edge technology and the promotion of non-polluting processes for the revaluation of water considered unfit for use or consumption.

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