Abstracts invited for WateReuse Symposium in Arizona
04 Nov 10 by desalination
Abstracts have been invited for the 26th Annual WateReuse Symposium, which will be held in Phoenix, Arizona, on 11-14 September 2011.
The event will be organized the WateReuse Association, the Water Environment Federation and the American Water Works Association and will include technical sessions on water reuse and desalination, workshops, receptions, technical tours of water reuse projects and an exhibit hall.
The symposium will be held at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa, a 500-room resort that was designed to be an authentic representation of the Gila River Indian Community’s heritage and culture. It encompasses 372,000 acres (150,000 ha). The architecture, design, art and legends of the Pima and Maricopa tribes are celebrated in every detail imaginable, indoors and out.
Closing date for abstracts is 24 January 2011.
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