Hyderabad, Sep 15: A delegation comprsing representatives of water industry from the United Kingdom will arrive here on September 19 on a three-day visit to explore opportunities for collaboration in various areas including waste water projects.
The delegation is being led by UK Trade and Investment Water Sector Advisory Group (WSAG) Chairman Tony Allum.
The delegation will meet representatives from the industry and the state government, a release here said yesterday.
''Many UK firms operate internationally and therefore have vast experience of adapting applications to suit particular needs'', said Mr Allum.
''Some of the firms within this group include ABB and British Water and I am sure their technologies and case studies will be of interest to potential partners in Hyderabad'', added Mr Allum.
UK Trade&Investment (UKTI) will host a seminar 'Delivering Sustainable&Innovative Water and Wastewater Projects' on September 20 to coincide with the delegation's visit, said British Deputy High Commissioner in Southern India Mike Connor.
The seminar, which will include a presentation from Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board(HMWSSB) will explore issues such as billing and legal aspects of projects and provide an excellent opportunity for firms in the city to exchange innovative ideas with the UK team.