If you missed Virtual H2O, not to worry!

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• Archived event lets you visit for the next three months -- for FREE!

TULSA, OK, May 4, 2010 -- For many water professionals, attending trade shows is a vitally important activity, one that exposes them to the trends, technologies, and acquaintances they need to do their jobs more effectively. With many travel budgets strained or scrapped, however, it's become increasingly more difficult for water and wastewater professionals to get where they need to go.

Nearly 1,500 water and wastewater professionals registered for the completely online conference Virtual H20, which took place April 20-21. Requiring no travel and no time away from the office, Virtual H2O allowed attendees to simply log in and wander the virtual aisles, see virtual exhibits, and attend virtual presentations. It presented an innovative -- and convenient -- opportunity to network with and learn from leaders in the water and wastewater industries.

And -- if you missed the live broadcast, not to worry! Virtual H2O is archived and will be available for the next three months. You can still register, look around, attend presentations and submit questions. All from the comfort of your desk and at your own pace.

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Conference Program
VirtualH2O offers attendees nearly 30 different presentations delivered across 12 webcasts. Topics include: drinking water treatment, energy efficiency, metering, SCADA & automation, odor control, industrial water treatment, stormwater treatment, and more.

Conference sessions are delivered as pre-recorded webcasts. At the end of each webcast, attendees can take a brief quiz in order to earn a Certificate of Attendance that they can then use to apply for Professional Development Hours through their respective state organizations.*

Interested in learning more? Click here to register and check it out for yourself! >

Virtual Trade Show
Exhibitors have set up virtual booths to share information about their latest water and wastewater products through the use of video and literature downloads. Visiting a virtual booth provides attendees with an innovative way to learn about and evaluate products that interest them -- without traveling to a physical trade show or walking an exhibit hall.

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*Certificate attests to attendance ONLY. PDH are not guaranteed by PennWell. Attendee is responsible for pursuing credit with respective state organizations.

About PennWell Corporation
PennWell Corporation is a diversified business-to-business media and information company that provides quality content and integrated marketing solutions for the following global industries: Oil and gas, electric power, water, electronics, semiconductor, contamination control, optoelectronics, fiber optics, information technology, fire, emergency services and dental. Founded in 1910, PennWell publishes 75 print and online magazines and newsletters and conducts 60 conferences and exhibitions on six continents.

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