Early-bird registration is now open for the seventh Emerging Water Technology Symposium (EWTS), which returns to being an in-person event May 10-11 in San Antonio. To register, visit https://www.aspe.org/2022-ewts-registration/.
The EWTS is co-convened by the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE), the Alliance for Water Efficiency (AWE), the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) and Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI), in cooperation with the World Plumbing Council (WPC).
The EWTS will include the following presentations:
A complete schedule is available at https://ewts.org/2022-schedule/.
“IAPMO and our fellow co-conveners are very excited to announce that registration for the EWTS is open, as this is our most impressive program to date,” said IAPMO Senior Vice President of Training and Credential Services Tony Marcello. “For the first time in the event’s history, we will be offering a dual track of presentations on Day 2 of the program.”
Dr. Richard Thorsten, chief impact officer for Water.org, and Robert Puente, president and CEO of the San Antonio Water System, will deliver the keynote addresses at the biennial event. The EWTS provides a unique opportunity to meet well-known experts from across the globe. Participants can discover ideas and approaches about emerging technologies coming to market; learn about innovative green plumbing and mechanical concepts; view presentations; and engage in timely discussions on how the water utility, manufacturing, engineering, and trade industries have found solutions through emerging technologies for the water efficiency, plumbing and mechanical industries.
Attendees are advised to register early, as seating is limited. The early-bird rate of $495 ends March 15. Additional information may be found at www.ewts.org.
Presentations and a series of videos from previous symposiums are available for viewing at www.youtube.com/user/IAPMOGroup/playlists.
If you have any questions about the EWTS, please contact Maria Bazan at (708) 995-3000.