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Networking event will allow companies to share their knowledge and expertise
Companies involved in industrial water treatment are being encouraged to present case studies and best practices at WQA Aquatech USA 2011 in March.
As part of the show’s “Industrial Water Forum/Networking Event,” a new program will let participants share their knowledge and expertise. Companies interested are asked to put forward case studies related to challenging water chemistry, technical problems, and other issues. The goal is to show how different businesses have approached problems.
The conference and exhibition will be held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas, March 8 to 11.
In addition to the case study program, the industrial event will include a roundtable discussion and networking. The convention also will offer education and training sessions, plus AquaStages, a series of exhibition floor education/product demonstrations. Educational sessions on the trade show floor are open to all registered. Significant hands-on product training and user group sessions also will be offered.