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Save up to $200 on IWA REUSE 2017 Registration
April 18, 2017 (Alexandria, VA) – Register
by May 1, 2017, and take advantage of discounted registration rates for the 11th IWA International Conference on Water Reclamation and Reuse
in Long Beach, CA on July 23-27, 2017. Participants can save as much as $200 on registration fees before May 1, 2017. At the conference you can share knowledge of water reuse practices from around the U.S. and abroad to advance and support water reuse projects. IWA REUSE 2017 brings together water managers, industry leaders, and cutting-edge researchers to learn current trends and what’s next in water reuse policy and regulations, technology, operations, and public. The program focuses on four core topic areas: Water Reuse Management, Water Reuse Applications, Water Reuse Sustainability, and Innovations in Water Reuse Technologies.
Supported by Platinum Sponsors Tetra Tech, Inc., Xylem, and Water Replenishment District (California), the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation, WateReuse California, and the National Water Research Institute are partnering to host the conference on behalf of the International Water Association (IWA). Southern California is home to a large number of innovative water reuse projects. IWA Reuse 2017 provides a unique opportunity to tour
some of these innovative facilities. The conference
includes five pre-conference workshops, an exhibit hall, networking breaks, poster presentation, and a full three and a half day program of over 40 technical sessions. Don’t miss out on the great savings! Register now
The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) is a nonprofit (501c3) organization officially formed in July 2016 as the result of the merger of the Water Environment Research Foundation and the WateReuse Research Foundation. The merged research foundation, with a combined research portfolio representing over $200 million, conducts research to treat and recover beneficial materials from wastewater, stormwater, and seawater including water, nutrients, energy, and biosolids.