AWWA 2009 Annual Conference & Exposition

April 30, 2009

More than 500 exhibitors will showcase the latest products, technologies and services available at ACE09—AWWA’s 2009 Annual Conference & Exposition, which will take place at the San Diego Convention Center from June 14 to 18.

The event offers water professionals a variety of networking opportunities with key contacts, access to valuable information and the latest industry trends.

New for 2009 are two certificate programs: Public Officials and High-Tech Operator. The new Public Officials program includes three courses on the basics of water treatment and distribution, governance and finance/asset management to prepare utility managers and government officials with the knowledge and skills needed for water operations oversight. All three courses will be offered at ACE09. The High-Tech Operator program is also new, and it is designed to provide operators and others with an understanding of the cutting-edge technology used in the water industry. Course 1 of this program will be offered at ACE09.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to join fellow industry professionals on eight exciting plant and site tours in the San Diego area. Some of the tours include: a water conservation garden, the South Bay Water Reclamation Plant, the Twin Oaks Valley Water Treatment Plant, an emergency storage project and Sea World San Diego.

In addition, ACE09 will offer special networking programs and events for first-time attendees, public officials, international attendees, students, young professionals and job seekers.

The following pages feature an extensive showcase of this year’s new products, technologies and services. Furthermore, if you are a subscriber in the San Diego area, look for a copy of our AWWA ACE09 Show Companion on the adjacent page of this issue. If not, stop by Water & Wastes Digest’s booth (# 3637) at the show and pick one up. The Show Companion includes a daily schedule of events and must-see new products. Enjoy the show!

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