DENVER, CO -- The American Water Works Association announced today that the deadline for early registration for the 2013 Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE13) is Friday, March 29. Individuals are encouraged to register early for the conference and save up to $200 in registration fees.
In addition to early registration, special rate opportunities include the opportunity for utilities that submit five paid full-conference registrations to receive the sixth for free; and professors are eligible to receive a free full-conference registration with submission of five paid student registrations. Full-conference registration includes admission to the exhibit hall and all technical sessions. New this year, full-conference attendees will enjoy a complimentary lunch on Monday or Tuesday in the Expo Café.
The new and improved ACE13 professional program presents solutions to water sector challenges in more than 17 defined tracks. The conference agenda includes an impressive line-up with more than 900 expert presenters covering everything from sustainability, conservation and water efficiency, legislative and regulatory issues, residuals challenges, water resources management, infrastructure maintenance to public affairs and more. Additionally, attendees may qualify to earn contact hours for attending sessions, seven in-depth Sunday workshops and facility tours.
More than 500 service providers will exhibit at ACE13, showcasing the most innovative products and services for all aspects of the water industry for everything from pipes to valves, meters to hydrants, engineering services to tank-related companies, membrane filtration systems to laboratory equipment, security to wastewater. Exhibitors will offer expert insight and hands-on understanding within their booth space and in the new Roundtable Solution Sessions.
To register, visit the ACE13 webpage. Individuals interested in learning more can also follow AWWA on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Media Note: Accredited members of the media may attend ACE13 at no charge. However, they are required to register with AWWA Public Affairs. For media registration, please visit the AWWA press room or contact Deirdre Mueller at 303-347-6140.
Founded in 1881, the American Water Works Association is an international, nonprofit, scientific and educational association committed to the safety and improvement of water quality and supply. Focusing its work in four strategic areas, Knowledge Creation and Exchange, Leadership and Advocacy, Member Engagement and Development, and Organizational Stewardship, AWWA unites the full spectrum of the water community to advance water management, education and science and to advocate for smart water policies.