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Conference will be held Feb. 28 to March 3 in Atlanta
The Water Environment Federation announces Disinfection 2009, a specialty conference covering all aspects of the disinfection of water, wastewater, reuse water and biosolids.
The conference and exhibition will be held Feb. 28 through March 3, 2009 at the Omni Hotel and CNN Center in Atlanta.
Co-sponsored by the Disinfection Committees of WEF, the American Water Works Association, the Georgia Association of Water Professionals, the International Ozone Association, the International Water Association, the International Ultraviolet Association, the International Co-ordination Committee of the Water Environment Federation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the conference will include a special focus on small communities and households in both developed and developing nations.
Engineers, scientists, consultants, academics, health officials, wastewater and water treatment plant operators, regulators, graduate students, implementing organizations, non-governmental organizations, governmental agencies, researchers, manufacturers and their representative groups, and both North American and international industrial communities are encouraged to attend.
Visit www.wef.org for registration details and to download the preliminary conference program.