WateReuse Association seeks presentation proposals by Sept. 14

Aug. 16, 2023
The 2024 WateReuse Symposium’s theme will be Removing Barriers, Elevating Opportunities.
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The 2024 WateReuse Symposium will take place in Denver, Colorado, March 10-13, 2024. The Symposium is the most comprehensive water recycling learning opportunity available, covering policy, technology, operations and communications for applications that range from irrigation and potable reuse to onsite and industrial systems. There is just one month remaining for water reuse professionals to submit a presentation proposal and take the stage.

Presentations should spark imagination, encourage dialogue and drive new solutions for greater adoption of water recycling. Technical session proposals should address the Symposium theme – Removing Barriers, Elevating Opportunities – and align with one or more of the focus areas and subtopics listed in the Call for Presentations. Presentation opportunities include 60-minute panels, 30-minute presentations and poster presentations. All accepted speakers are eligible to register at the discounted speaker rate if registered by the speaker deadline date of January 15, 2024. Presentations can be submitted on the WateReuse submission portal.

The Annual WateReuse Symposium is the premier conference on water recycling — attracting water professionals and water reuse practitioners globally for knowledge-sharing, networking, and collaboration. The event is planned in collaboration with The Water Research Foundation and includes engaging sessions on the latest water reuse research. This year’s Symposium will be a celebration of a unique moment for water reuse. New funding, new collaborations, and new regulatory frameworks are elevating opportunities for reuse projects nationwide. Water reuse practitioners have reached this summit together, and are working to remove barriers and empower safer, more resilient, and more sustainable communities and businesses with water reuse.

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