Dec 04, 2014

Smart H2O Summit Partners with Water & Wastes Digest on Inaugural Event

W&WD & Storm Water Solutions magazines will host a booth on the show floor & provide assistance with the conference program

Smart H2O Summit Water & Wastes Digest Storm Water Solutions

Smart H2O Summit announced that Water & Wastes Digest (W&WD) has become an Endorsing Media Sponsor of the inaugural event that will be held at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis, Aug. 17 to 19, 2015.

With an audience database of more than 100,000 consulting engineers, corporate/government administrators and operators in the municipal market, W&WD will work closely with Smart H2O Summit to help educate and inform key water stewards about more effective methods of solving their critical water infrastructure challenges through innovative new global technologies and solutions.

As part of the new collaboration, W&WD will actively promote the event via its print and digital publications during the next several months leading up the conference and create a special Show Preview section in the May 2015 issue. W&WD and its sister publication Storm Water Solutions will also host a booth on the show floor and provide advice and assistance on the conference program.  

“We are delighted to be collaborating with Water & Wastes Digest as both of our organizations are dedicated to the same goal—educating and informing the water industry,” said Jane McDermott, Smart H2O Summit director.

“We are always interested in working with organizations that offer valuable education and learning opportunities to our audiences," said Dennis Martyka, vice president/group publisher of Water & Wastes Digest and Storm Water Solutions. "Smart H2O Summit’s focus on new smart technology should be especially valuable.”

Smart H2O Summit will offer a comprehensive conference program featuring the world’s leading water authorities, as well as an exhibition floor where attendees can experience technology solutions first-hand.

The extensive conference program will include a track on strategic issues designed for utility CEOs and general managers, as well as a parallel technical track, some of them offering continuing education credits.