EPA to Hold Water Infrastructure Forum
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will hold a forum for business, government and other experts to exchange information on sustainable water infrastructure on Jan. 31 in Washington, D.C.
The one-day event will focus on challenges faced by water suppliers and wastewater managers at a time of competing demands on public resources and growing needs for infrastructure replacements, upgrades, expansion and security.
Participants will include corporate executives with experience facing water infrastructure challenges, state officials who oversee clean water and safe drinking water programs, local water utility managers, international water sustainability experts, private-sector investors involved in public-private partnerships and experts from academia, federal agencies and non-governmental organizations who have studied infrastructure challenges and solutions.
The forum will be primarily composed of two panels moderated by experts who will offer insights and discuss future directions. Audience members will have an opportunity to provide questions to be discussed by the experts.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name, title and organization of each person attending.
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