Denver, CO, Dec. 12, 2012 -- The American Water Works Association and American Membrane Technology Association announced today that registration is open for the 2013 AMTA/AWWA Membrane Technology Conference & Exposition, to be held Feb. 25-28, 2013, in San Antonio, Texas.
AWWA and AMTA are uniting once again to present the latest developments in membrane water treatment technologies. Members from both organizations are encouraged to register for the conference and at the conference hotel by Jan. 24, 2013, to receive discounted pricing and group rates.
This year’s conference is expected to be the largest in its history, with 120 technical presentations, five workshops, and close to 100 exhibitors. For the first time the conference will also feature a track on the industrial uses of membrane technology.
Attendees will also hear from Tuesday’s keynote speaker, Dr. Samer Adham, Director of the ConocoPhilips Global Water Sustainability Center, as he discusses the future role membranes will play in addressing the world’s energy and water needs.
Individuals with even a passing interest in membrane technologies will find something of interest at the conference, which will provide a unique opportunity for networking and learning from the top names in our industry. Additional event information and registration is available on the AWWA Conferences and Education page.
Media Note: Accredited members of the media may attend the Membrane Technology Conference & Exposition at no charge. However, they are required to register with AWWA Public Affairs. For media registration, please visit the AWWA Press Room or contact Deirdre Mueller.
Founded in 1881, the American Water Works Association is an international, nonprofit, scientific and educational society committed to the safety and improvement of water quality and supply. Focusing its work in four strategic areas, Knowledge Creation and Exchange, Leadership and Advocacy, Member Engagement and Development, and Organizational Stewardship, AWWA unites the full spectrum of the water community to advance water management, education and science and to advocate for smart water policies.