ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The 29th Annual WaterReuse Symposium will take place Sept. 7-10 in Dallas, Texas, according to a press release.

The Symposium is the best place to learn about the latest innovations in water recycling and desalination, network with colleagues and find solutions to critical water supply issues, noted the release.

The event will include more than 100 technical presentations, roundtable and panel discussions, technical tours and a host of networking events including a popular exhibit hall, the release reported.

Presented by the WateReuse Association and co-sponsored by AWWA and WEF, continued the release, the Annual WateReuse Symposium will present the latest information on  potable reuse, desalination, decentralized reuse, real-time monitoring for DPR, industrial reuse, water quality and safety, water policy and legislation and more.

According to the release, symposium highlights include: Keynote speaker Dr. Sean McKenna of the IBM Research Smarter Cities Technology Centre and the General Manager Roundtable Discussion and Luncheon.

Register here.