AWWA launches new drinking water treatment conference for 2013
The American Water Works Association today announced the launch of the 2013 Biological Treatment Symposium held March 28-29, in Denver, Colo.
Denver, CO, Jan. 3, 2013 -- The American Water Works Association today announced the launch of its newest event, the 2013 Biological Treatment Symposium, to be held March 28-29, in Denver, Colo. Registration for the symposium is now open.
The symposium will focus on biological drinking water treatment technology, operations, and monitoring strategies. The leading-edge symposium will dissect the benefits of engineered and passive biological systems from both the research and utility perspectives.
The technical program, developed by expert planning committee members, will address ways to meet current and future regulatory requirements while ensuring continued public health protection during implementation and operation. More than 30 technical sessions will cover high-interest topics ranging from research perception, performance and practice, microbiological aspects of biotreatment, membrane pretreatment, trace organics and much more.
Attendees are encouraged to register for the conference by Feb. 27, 2013, to receive discounted pricing. Additional information and registration details are available on the AWWA Conferences and Events page.
Media Note: Accredited members of the media may attend the Biological Treatment Symposium 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 at 303.347.6140.
Founded in 1881, the American Water Works Association (AWWA) 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.