Registration open for AMTA/AWWA membrane conference
15 Dec 12 by desalination
Registration has been opened and new sessions added to the programme for the 2013 Membrane Technology Conference & Exposition in San Antonio, Texas, on 25-28 February 2013.
The event, being held jointly by the American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) and the American Water Works Association (AWWA), will be at the Henry B Gonzalez Convention Center.
The new sessions in the industrial and wastewater track are:
W-2C – Treatment Innovations for Produced Water – Adding Value to Waste: High- Recovery Brine Treatment Using Forward Osmosis
Wednesday Poster Session – Establishing Standards to Close the Loop on Membrane Product Enhancement
TH-2C – Tailoring Treatment for Nonpotable Reuse – Studying the Potential Implementation of an Integrated Membrane System Utilizing Five Unique Sources of Water.
Details and registration from the AWWA website.
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