Urban Water Management: Abstract deadline extended!

Urban Water Management 2009, taking place March 23-26, 2009, in Overland Park, KS, has extended its abstract deadline to August 1. Urban Water Management will provide a venue for the discussion of the latest technologies and techniques for controlling urban water runoff, protecting urban streams and watersheds, controlling and preventing sewer overflows, and complying with environmental regulations. Interested urban water professionals are encouraged to submit an abstract...

TULSA, OK -- Urban Water Management 2009, taking place next spring, March 23-26, 2009, in Overland Park, KS, has extended its abstract deadline to August 1.

Organized by PennWell Corporation, publishers of WaterWorld, Industrial WaterWorld, and Urban Water Management, Urban Water Management 2009 will provide a venue for the discussion of the latest technologies and techniques for controlling urban water runoff, protecting urban streams and watersheds, controlling and preventing sewer overflows, and complying with environmental regulations.

Designed with engineers, consultants, regulatory groups, municipal employees, watershed/stormwater program managers, and contractors in mind, the event will feature a comprehensive conference program covering many of the issues faced by today's urban water managers.

Interested urban water professionals are encouraged to submit an abstract for Urban Water Management 2009. Appropriate topics include (but are not limited to):
• Aeration systems
• Best management practices
• CMOM implementation
• CSO control
• Daylighting streams
• Detention/retention systems
• Disinfection
• Eutrophication control
• Filtration & separation equipment
• Flood plain mapping/digital conversion/flood hazard reduction
• GIS, mapping, geodatabases
• Good housekeeping measures (keeping it clean!)
• Hydraulic modeling & software
• Industrial/commercial/construction BMPs and concerns
• Infiltration
• Integrated water resource management
• Landscaping and natural systems
• Low impact development
• Monitoring systems & requirements
• Permitting programs
• Piping/conduit/conveyance systems
• Program management
• Public/stakeholder outreach programs
• Regulations & compliance
• Retrofitting/updated stormwater treatment systems
• Stormwater utilities, departments
• Stormwater treatment systems
• Sustainability/LID/LEED programs
• Urban streams, water bodies
• Water & wastewater master planning
• Watershed management

For more information on Urban Water Management 2009 or to submit an abstract, please visit www.urbanwatermgt.com. For additional inquiries, please contact Angela Godwin at angelag@pennwell.com.

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