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WQA Aquatech USA 2005 "The Water Opportunity Show" opened yesterday in Las Vegas. A joint venture between the Water Quality Association (WQA) and the Amsterdam RAI, it is the first to unify the water treatment industry in North America.
This combination of WQA, a strong household/small system trade association, and the RAI, an international show organizer, delivers what the water treatment industry has long sought – an all-encompassing water treatment show under one roof.
In an era when many shows are either flat or enjoying only sight increases in attendance – this new, all-inclusive North American Water Show drew registrations 50% greater than last year’s WQA Annual Convention.
The Educational Conference began yesterday and will continue through April 2, featuring both technical and business-centered courses designed to help individuals and companies expand their knowledge and business lines. In addition to traditional classroom seminars, the event also features on-the-exhibition floor courses.
WQA’s largest-ever exhibition opens today at the Las Vegas Convention Center and will continue through Friday, April 1.
This conference offers a wealth of information and moneymaking opportunities for everyone in the water treatment industry. Visit www.wqa.org for complete conference information.