The event will take place at the Eden Inn & Resorts in Lancaster, Pa., Oct. 1 to 3
The Eastern Water Quality Assn. (EWQA) is hosting its 2012 Fall Conference & Tradeshow at the Eden Inn & Resorts in Lancaster, Pa., Oct. 1 to 3.
For reservations, contact the Eden Inn & Resorts at 866.890.2339 and use group ID number 504200 before Sept. 1. The room rate is $122.95.
World Water Week will take place in Stockholm, Sweden August 26 to 31
UNESCO will contribute to World Water Week in Stockholm Aug. 26 to 31 with the presentation of publications and the organization of various events. UNESCO and UN Water will also unveil the general thrust of the International Year of Water Cooperation (2013).
HI to offer group, young engineer and early registration discounts
The Hydraulic Institute (HI) announced that the annual HI Fall Meeting will take place Oct. 23 to 27, 2012, at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis, Tenn. Registration is now open to HI members, associate members, standards partners, and utilities and energy-efficiency NGOs that are sponsors of Pump Systems Matter. Eligible prospective members are welcome to attend with advance approval. Registration can be completed at www.pumps.org/12fall.
WQA's newest webinars are geared toward elevating service personnel for industrial treatment
The Water Quality Assn.’s (WQA) new Web-based industrial water treatment education program launched earlier in July and is designed to help companies raise their service personnel from doing only mechanical repair to understanding the interdependency of complex multi-stage treatment components and determining and meeting customer goals in the field.
Craft brewers will convene in Chicago in October to learn about water quality, water conservation and alternative energy systems
Craft brewers will convene in Chicago Oct. 4 and 5 to learn about water quality, water conservation and alternative energy systems, with presentations by industry experts and speakers donating their time and expertise. The fifth Great Lakes Water Conservation Conference will be held at the Goose Island Wrigleyville Pub, 3535 N. Clark, Chicago, Ill., sponsored by Briggs of Burton Inc., The Goose Island Beer Co., The Louis Glunz Beer Co. and S. S. Steiner Inc.
The India Task Force will gather again Aug. 8 in Chennai, India
Industry leaders, including Water Quality Assn. (WQA) President Dar Watts, attended the Aquatech China Tradeshow this summer, according to WQA. The association hosted a member forum during the show aimed at growing membership, product certification and professional education in the world's second biggest economy. The result may be the creation of a formal task force, such as the body operating in India.
Industrial Economics is seeking nominees from private and public sectors to attend and participate in a technical workshop
On behalf of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Industrial Economics Inc. is seeking nominees from both the private and public sectors to attend and participate in a technical workshop that will seek independent input on water’s contribution to the U.S. economy, current capabilities to analyze and estimate this contribution and the steps necessary to improve our understanding of water’s economic contributions.
Registration and housing are available for the WQA Mid-Year Leadership Conference
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Attendees at this year’s event will debate key environmental, economic and market developments
This year's Global Bottled Water Congress takes place from Oct. 8 to 10 in Barcelona, Spain, with the industry gathering to debate key environmental, economic and market developments. Under the theme of natural value, senior representatives from companies such as Coca-Cola, Danone, Nestlé, Vichy Catalan and Unicer will be speaking and leading discussions over the three-day summit on innovations in packaging, global market perspectives and growth in emerging markets.
U.S. public and private sectors are dedicating more than half a billion dollars to address key water challenges around the world
Last week, U.S. public and private sectors announced that they are dedicating more than half a billion dollars to address key water challenges around the world through the newly formed U.S. Water Partnership. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) General Counsel Scott Fulton and former EPA Administrator William K. Reilly keynoted the global launch of the partnership, one of six signature initiatives announced by the U.S. government at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development.