Seoul Metropolitan Waterworks Visits San Jose Water Company

Posted on Jan 10, 2014

Seoul Metropolitan Waterworks Visits San Jose Water Company

San Jose Water Company (SJWC) hosted a delegation from the Seoul Metropolitan Waterworks on November 15, 2013. Seoul Metropolitan Waterworks serves more than 10 million customers, and the delegation came to the United States to learn more about advanced water management techniques.

Senior level personnel from a variety of divisions within the Waterworks were represented, including, Kiok Sung, Facilities Management; Hosik Lee, Technical Diagnostics; Byungwook Song, Water Supply; Yeonhee Sohn, Advanced Water Treatment; Kyungyeon Choi, Water Management; and Jonghyuk Park, Facilities Management.

The tour included visits to SJWC’s engineering, operations, water quality and distribution systems departments. Members of the delegation expressed their appreciation for the opportunity to visit SJWC and how impressed they were with SJWC’s capabilities.

Below is a side-by-side comparison of Seoul Metropolitan Waterworks and SJWC, two of the world’s most advanced and sophisticated water systems.

San Jose Water Company (SJWC) hosted a delegation from the Seoul Metropolitan Waterworks on November 15, 2013. Seoul Metropolitan Waterworks serves more than 10 million customers, and the delegation came to the United States to learn more about advanced water management techniques.

Senior level personnel from a variety of divisions within the Waterworks were represented, including, Kiok Sung, Facilities Management; Hosik Lee, Technical Diagnostics; Byungwook Song, Water Supply; Yeonhee Sohn, Advanced Water Treatment; Kyungyeon Choi, Water Management; and Jonghyuk Park, Facilities Management.

The tour included visits to SJWC’s engineering, operations, water quality and distribution systems departments. Members of the delegation expressed their appreciation for the opportunity to visit SJWC and how impressed they were with SJWC’s capabilities.

Below is a side-by-side comparison of Seoul Metropolitan Waterworks and SJWC, two of the world’s most advanced and sophisticated water systems.