2022 WateReuse Symposium
Shaping Our Past & Charting Our Future
March 6-9 2022, San Antonio, Texas
In Collaboration with the Water Research Foundation
Register today or learn more at watereuse.org/symposium
Don’t miss the 37th Annual WateReuse Symposium – the premier conference on water recycling, attracting more than 800 water professionals globally. Make plans to join the WateReuse Association in San Antonio, Texas, on the WateReuse virtual conference platform, or both!
Help Chart the Future of Water Reuse
This year’s theme – Shaping our Past & Charting Our Future – is a call to action for the water reuse community to tap into innovation and address the urgency of our changing Earth including floods, fires, droughts, and pandemics.
Join us to tackle timely topics including the distribution of unprecedented funding unleashed by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021. And help us chart the industry’s future in areas such as the Water Research Foundation’s Reuse Research Roadmap.
The Symposium’s fresh new format organizes technical sessions by project life cycle phases, tailoring content for you whether you’re just beginning to build public support, piloting new technologies, or are already reusing water in your community. Take advantage of more than 55 professional development hours highlighting the latest trends in water recycling policy, research, technology, operations, and public engagement.
Texas-Sized Networking Opportunities
As a long-time leader in reuse, San Antonio provides an excellent backdrop to envision the future of our industry. Water reuse professionals will converge in person for the first time since 2019 to share stories, inspiration, and best practices. Networking events will take place along San Antonio's renowned river walk and beyond. Registered participants already include many prominent water engineering firms as well as utilities from Florida to California and everywhere in between.
Advanced registration is open until February 25. Visit watereuse.org/symposium to today and book a hotel room while they’re still available.
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