AWWA seeks sustainable water papers
28 Sep 09 by desalination
The American Water Works Association announced on 23 September 2009 a call for papers for the 2010 Sustainable Water Management Conference & Exposition in Albuquerque, New Mexico, during 11 – 14 April 2010.
The conference is cosponsored by the International Desalination Association, the Water Research Foundation, the WateReuse Association and Sandia National Laboratories. Papers must be submitted by 26 October 2009.
The program will feature a combination of interactive learning tracks, including workshops, panel discussions and oral presentations focusing on demand management and meeting water supply needs. Water professionals around the globe are encouraged to submit abstracts.
For more information on the conference or to submit an abstract, go to http://www.awwa.org/conferences.
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