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What does PUB stand for?

PUB stands for Public Utilities Board

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The conference proceedings at IWS 2013 were led by more than 110 of the world's leading water experts from global organizations such as UN Habitat, the Global Water Operators' Partnership Alliance (GWOPA), the World Bank, UN Water, the International Desalination Association, UNESCO, the Public Utilities Board Singapore, the Arab Countries Water Utilities Association and the UN Secretary General's Advisory Board on Water.
World-leading organizations that have already confirmed their participation are UN Habitat, the Global Water Operators' Partnership Alliance (GWOPA), UN Water, the International Desalination Association, the National Food Security Program of Qatar, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the Stockholm International Water Institute, the Public Utilities Board Singapore and the Arab Countries Water Utilities Association.
The Public Utilities Board attributed the freak floods to regional squalls and clogged drainage, but questions remained over whether Singapore was equipped to handle the side effects of rapid urbanization.
Also to speak are Dr Ghassan Ejjeh, senior advisor and director, Besix-Sanotec; Ibrahim Aljomaih, CEO, Aljomaih Group; Mamdouh Raslan, deputy vice chairman, holding company for Water & Waste Water, Egypt; Lisa Henthorne, vice president CH2M Hill International and president, IDA; Leon Awerbuch, president, Leading Edge Technologies and past president and programme chairman, IDA; Dr Abdulmajeed Al Awadi, CEO, Ewa Bahrain; Mohammed Ali Al Sofi, vice chairman, Arabian Consulting Engineering Centre; Dr Bakr Khosahaim, power consultant and member, Majlis Ash'shura; Wah Yuen Long, director, water reclamation (plants), Public Utilities Board, Singapore, and Dr Hayat Sindi, visiting scholar, Harvard University.
The Electropolis waterfront studio complex is also creeping towards reality, having cleared some key environmental hurdles set out by the Public Utilities Board.