Water Science and Technology Association (WSTA)
resulting from individual efforts of some of those concerned with water affairs in D-XD9187 - Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. Registered in accordance with the law of Bahrain, Sep 1987.
Encourage and promote interest in water science and strengthen scientific ties among water professionals in countries of GCC countries; encourage scientific research, training programmes and development of local capabilities in the different fields of water sciences and technology; cooperate with universities and research centres in different fields of water sciences and technology; exchange information and expertise between water professionals in GCC countries and the world; encourage usage of scientific means in developing water resources in GCC countries, such as desalination and waste water treatment and reuse for agricultural and industrial purposes.
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Board of 11 members, one from each of the 6 GCC member states, with additional elected members. Executive Committee, comprising President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer.
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