Registration Opens for AWWA Water Quality Meeting
Online registration is now open for the American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) 2009 Water Quality Technology Conference® and Exposition (WQTC), to be held Nov. 15-18 in Seattle, Wash.
Drinking water quality is a global issue that requires constant research, evaluation, scrutiny, and advancement from industry leaders. Innovation in contaminant detection, new regulatory requirements, potential health issues, and increased security concerns are creating challenges that water utilities must face head-on.
WQTC attendees represent a diverse population of the water industry. Previous attendees include water quality specialists, water utility managers, scientists, engineers, academics and manufacturers. Multiple networking events will be available, to bring attendees together to discuss issues and solutions relating to water quality.
Additionally, WQTC will include more than 500 experts in water quality, 350 presentations, 60 technical sessions, and 44 papers with international perspective.
For more information, go to www.awwa.org/conferences/wqtc.