Industrial Water Conference releases Call for Papers

March 23, 2004
Industrial Water Conference, a PennWell event for members of the industrial wastewater, process water and cooling water treatment industry, is now accepting abstracts for the 2004 conference.

Abstract Submittal Deadline: May 27, 2004

March 23, 2004 -- Industrial Water Conference, a PennWell event for members of the industrial wastewater, process water and cooling water treatment industry, is now accepting abstracts for the 2004 conference.

This year's Industrial Water Conference will take place Nov. 30 - Dec. 2, 2004, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

The conference organizers are asking for paper abstracts that are of educational value to the industrial water and wastewater market.

We invite you to facilitate important industry discussions while gaining exposure to other industry professionals and perspectives. Papers may include general application discussions, case studies, or "how-to" topics.

For complete submittal guidelines, visit the event web site at http://www.industrialwaterconference.com.

Topics of interest at the Industrial Water Conference include, but are not limited to:

Wastewater:

Pretreatment Systems/ Design
TMDL
Corrosion Control
Sampling and Analysis
Water Reuse
Fly Ash Handling
Wet Scrubbers, ESP's
and Other Air Pollution Control Systems

Process Water:

Sampling and Analysis
Desalination

Environmental Compliance:

Stormwater Runoff
NPDES
TMDL
Cooling Tower
Retention Ponds
Boilers
Aftermarket Service Contracts
Boiler Blow Down

Pumping Systems:

Life Cycle Costs
Energy Efficiency
Valves
Seals
Pipe Systems Designs
Instrumentation
Monitoring Devices
Flow Control
Submersible Pumping Systems
Feed Water
Ground Water
Wastewater
Plant and High-Pressure System

Steam Systems:

Operation and Maintenance
Corrosion Control
Safety
- Steam Traps
Design
- Energy Efficiency
Cooling Towers
Recent Regulations Governing the Intake
of Water
Maintenance and Operations Issues
Corrosion
- Flow Measurement/ Controls
- Water Audits
- Water Treatment
- Automation
- Biological Controls

Boiler Feedwater Treatment:

RO/DI/EDI/Membrane/Ozone Treatment
- Ion Exchange
Degasification/ Deoxygenation
- High Pressure Systems
- Low Pressure Systems
- HRSG Water Treatment
- Alternative Technologies

Additional topics may be added as is deemed appropriate.

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