Water Environment Federation announces the 23rd Annual WateReuse Symposium

Jul 22, 2008

The Water Environment Federation (WEF), the WateReuse Association, and the American Water Works Association (AWWA) will present the 23rd Annual WateReuse Symposium from September 7-10, 2008 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. Built around the theme, Water Reuse & Desalination: Solutions as Big as Texas, this annual conference will focus on the following key issues: micropollutants, desalination, indirect potable reuse, operational issues, and global water reuse.

Expecting to host more than 800 attendees from around the world, the conference program will include 120 technical presentations, three technical tours, users issues and regulatory forums, a national and state water policy outlook session, receptions, awards luncheon, and three-day exhibition. In addition, the opening session on Monday, September 8th will feature several high-profile speakers including Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert, Congresswoman Kay Granger (R-TX), Texas Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst (invited), WateReuse President Richard Atwater, WEF President-Elect Rebecca West, and AWWA Vice President Jerald W. Stevens.
Those encouraged to attend are academic institutions, advocacy groups, consulting engineering firms, desalination industry representatives, environmental organizations, government officials, manufacturers, reclamation professionals, industry regulators, suppliers, and water and wastewater agencies. The early bird registration deadline for this conference is July 28, 2008 and the advanced registration deadline is August 22, 2008. For more details, visit www.WateReuse.org.

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