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Next Generation Water Technology

Date: 6th April 2016 - 8th April 2016 Location: Milwaukee - Wisconsin - USA

ACI is excited to announce our upcoming Next Generation Water Technology conference April 6-8, 2016. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from and network with representatives from companies and organizations nationwide that are prepared to change the face of water sustainability for our growing communities.

This year’s conference will highlight and examine the new advancements and discoveries in the sustainable water industry. Topics that will be introduced and discussed in this year’s program range from the different methods to filter and harbor storm and ground water most efficiently to the newest proven successful technologies use to monitor and screen home/industrial water systems. Developing a greater understanding of these topics from leaders in the field with further perfect your abilities to provide an optimal water system in your region.

Embrace this opportunity to network and learn from the top executives and administrators as they speak on the development of new programs and successes of their own.  Our conference is focused on exploring the latest developments to reduce waste, improve outcomes, and excel in the practice of water management overall. Register for this exclusive industry conference to learn strategies from top industry leaders and innovators.

Featuring an Exclusive Site Tour of the UWM School of Freshwater Sciences

Take a closer look at of UWM’s new, state-of-art facility, research vessels, ROVs and drones. Learn how our genomics research is leading to advancements in the detection and tracking of pathogens and other improvements in ecosystem health. Discover how outstanding science leads to good water policy. Dive in and see how UWM earned a reputation for freshwater.

Featuring an Exclusive Site Tour of the Global Water Council & Reed Street Yards

The Global Water Center, opened since September 2013, is the cornerstone of Milwaukee’s Water Technology Cluster. It is home to office, research and lab space for small, medium and large global water technology companies; commercialization facilities for University of Wisconsin Milwaukee’s School of Freshwater Sciences; and accelerator space for innovative water entrepreneurs and startup companies. The 98,000 sq. ft. LEED® Silver Center currently houses over 40 organizations, including three universities, and 14 water technology startups.

The Global Water Center provides visitors the opportunity to experience first-hand the collaborative ecosystem that The Water Council has created in the two short years it has been open. The Center is also home to The Water Council’s BREW (Business-Research-Entrepreneurship-in Wisconsin) freshwater seed accelerator program. The BREW is the only vertical, place-based, mentor-driven seed accelerator program in the United States that is strictly focused on addressing global freshwater issues. Milwaukee, the city known for brewing beer, today is quickly becoming know for BREWing water entrepreneurs.

Details

Start:
6th April 2016
End:
8th April 2016
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Contact

Name:
Chris Taylor – Content
Phone:
0044 (0)20 3141 0602
Email:

Venue

Aloft Milwaukee Downtown Hotel
1230 Old World Third Street
Milwaukee, WI 53212 United States

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Website:
http://www.aloftmilwaukeedowntown.com/
  • Investigating current water management projects; their successes and lessons learned
  • Developing the most advanced water tech system to reduce the effects of erosion and sediment
  • Explore the different industries and key roles they play in sustainability management
  • Facing practical issues in the multidisciplinary arenas of water management
  • Maximizing the efficacy of aquifers and ensure their replenishment before their irreversible depletion
  • The importance of the chemistry enterprise in improving the safe and efficient use of energy and natural resources in ways they preserve human and environmental health
  • Developing innovations to ensure better use of limited resources
  • Discussing proven methods used to manage and filter storm water as a means of water supply for large communities
  • Gaining exposure to providers of equipment, expertise, services, and developed technologies required to enhance your community’s water consumption and usage methods
  • Exploring different methods used to monitor water quality
  • Studying new green infrastructure low impact development techniques
  • Examining successful industrial and home water management technologies
  • Hearing from developers who have implemented and innovated water quality monitoring methods as well as waste water treatment efficiency
  • Learning the ABC’s of becoming a certified professional in areas such as storm water quality, erosion and sediment control, and more!
  • Federal and State Government officials
  • Water municipalities
  • Storm water managers
  • Ground water managers
  • Distributors
  • Erosion and sediment control professionals
  • Industrial water managers
  • Green infrastructure reps
  • Engineers
  • Contractors
  • Water Resource Managers
  • National Policy Coordinator

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Zurn Industries, LLC

Zurn Industries, LLC is a recognized leader in commercial, municipal, and industrial markets, delivering sustainable building solutions for new construction and retrofit applications. Our goal is serving the customer through innovation, continuous improvement, and assurance behind every installation. We manufacture the largest breadth of engineered water solutions in the industry – including a wide spectrum of sustainable plumbing products – to provide smart solutions that save both time and money for our customers. Choose Zurn for a reliable, recognized manufacturer to supply your entire installation, from behind the wall rough-in, to finish trim product and fixture systems.

Website: www.zurn.com

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Kansas Rural Water Association

The Kansas Rural Water Association provides education and leadership necessary to enhance the effectiveness of Kansas’ water and wastewater systems. Water is the essential ingredient for every Kansan’s life. And for 50 years, the Kansas Rural Water Association has been dedicated to helping public water systems provide the quality and quantity of water needed by their customers and their communities.

Website: www.krwa.net


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National Ground Water Association

The National Ground Water Association is the leading organization for anyone affiliated with the groundwater industry. A nonprofit organization, NGWA is composed of U.S. and international groundwater professionals — contractors, scientists and engineers, equipment manufacturers, and suppliers. Our purpose is to provide guidance regarding the responsible use of groundwater.

Website: www.ngwa.org


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Navigant Research

Navigant Research is a market research and consulting team that provides in-depth analysis of global clean technology markets. The team’s research methodology combines supply-side industry analysis, end-user primary research and demand assessment, and deep examination of technology trends to provide a comprehensive view of these industry sectors.

Website: www.navigantresearch.com


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WaterWorld

WaterWorld serves professionals in the North American municipal water/wastewater industry. WaterWorld delivers monthly news and information about products and services, technology, applications, legislation and regulations to help you successfully plan, design, operate and maintain your water/wastewater systems. Editorial topics include: drinking water treatment, wastewater treatment, filtration, disinfection, membrane systems, biosolids and sludge treatment, water reuse, pipe maintenance and repairs, trenchless technology, meter reading, valves, pumps, stormwater management, odor control, computers and automation technology, corrosion control, and so much more!

Website: www.waterworld.com
Twitter: @WaterWorld


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Wisconsin Rural Water Association

The Wisconsin Rural Water Association (WRWA) is a non-profit organization representing 590 municipal water & wastewater systems, 92 privately owned systems and 168 businesses in the state of Wisconsin. WRWA provides training & technical assistance to system owners & operators and currently trains around 6,000 water & wastewater personnel each year

Website: www.wrwa.org

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