Denver (PRWEB) November 18, 2013
Attendee registration is open for the 2014 Annual Conference & Exposition (ACE14) produced by the American Water Works Association to be held June 8 – 12 in Boston. The 133rd annual conference will offer the best solutions to meet the changing needs for the global water community with 18 professional tracks and eight Sunday workshops, plus 450 leading-edge exhibitors with expanded networking opportunities on the show floor. The annual Pipe-Tapping Contest, Top Ops Competition, Meter Madness and the “Best of the Best” Water Taste Test will be show highlights as well.
ACE14’s professional program will deliver more than 105 unique sessions covering timely topics such as communicating the value of water, regulatory compliance, reclamation and reuse, storm water, utility management and finances, wastewater, water quality and treatment, water resources and planning, capital project delivery, desalination, emergency preparedness, infrastructure, replacement and renewal, sustainable infrastructure and more. The full program will be released in January.
Super-saver rates for ACE14 are available through March 28. Special quantity discounts are available for select groups; utilities, operators and professors who register five or more attendees will receive one free attendee registration. To register for the conference or to make hotel accommodations, visit ACE14’s webpage. Individuals interested in learning more can also follow ACE14 on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Media Note: Accredited members of the media may attend ACE14 at no charge. However, they are required to register with AWWA Public Affairs. For media registration, please visit the press room or contact Deirdre Mueller at dmueller(at)awwa(dot)org or at 303-347-6140.
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Established in 1881, the American Water Works Association is the largest nonprofit, scientific and educational association dedicated to managing and treating water, the world’s most important resource. With approximately 50,000 members, AWWA provides solutions to improve public health, protect the environment, strengthen the economy and enhance our quality of life.