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Since 1881, members of the American Water Works Association have been focused on one central issue-public health protection and stewardship of water. For the past 30 years, those members have come together at the leading drinking water quality forum-the AWWA Water Quality Technology Conferences and Exposition (WQTC), to discuss the most pressing drinking water quality issues facing the industry.
As the industry is faced with challenges such as added security and increased contaminants, the industry need to keep up-to-date with the latest research, regulations, and technological advances for keeping the drinking water supply safe.
At WQTC, to be held Nov. 2-6 in Philadelphia, attendees will gain knowledge from experts in the field during the comprehensive schedule of high-quality workshops, technical sessions, and poster sessions. Attendees will be able to exchange information with peers through numerous networking opportunities and technical facility tours. Attendees also can experience the latest technology by exploring the WQTC Exposition and meeting face-to-face with water quality manufacturers and representatives.
For more information, visit www.awwa.org.