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2025 Water Treatment Exhibition in Johannesburg, South Africa

March 25, 2025 - March 27, 2025

The Johannesburg Water Treatment Exhibition (Water Africa) is the most influential environmental protection and water treatment exhibition in South Africa. Gathering many water industry leaders, policymakers, government officials and senior engineers. At the same time, we also met numerous B2B buyers from all over the world.

The total area of ​​the last exhibition was 13,000 square meters, with 245 exhibitors from China, Kenya, Dubai, Turkey, the United States, and Mexico, and the number of exhibitors reached 16,800. The organizers have held a series of famous water-themed exhibitions in Africa, including: Rand Water, WSUP Kenya Water Research Council, Nigeria’s Taraba State Water Supply Agency, Ministry of Trade; and other industries.

South African law stipulates that everyone has the right to personal water, production water and the economic benefits brought by water. Water resources require sustainable development, so the government has taken a series of measures, including strengthening water conservation awareness, installing water meters, and improving and repairing water supplies. pipelines and strengthen local government water supervision. At the same time, the South African government is focusing on solving the problem of safe and hygienic water use and accelerating the implementation of “water quality classification standards”, so the local water industry is facing huge opportunities.

Water Africa, the water treatment exhibition in Johannesburg, South Africa, will be the best place for Chinese enterprises to seek business opportunities and seize development opportunities. The South Africa water treatment exhibition is the best window to develop African and international markets.


March 25, 2025
March 27, 2025
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Gallagher Convention Centre
19 Richards Drive Johannesburg Gauteng Midrand 1685 South Africa
johannesburg, South Africa