Rancho Cucamonga -- The American Water Works Association and its local section partner, the California-Nevada Section, are co-hosting the Annual Conference & Exposition. This will take place June 7-10 in Anaheim, California and there will be roughly 12,000 in attendance. The exhibition will be held in the Anaheim Convention center just outside of Disneyland. Together they have compiled a professional program for this year’s Annual Conference & Exposition that will focus on Total Water Solutions® to address the changing needs of the global water community.
A main focus will be solutions and emerging technology in response to drought in California. Some of the top minds working towards solving California’s water issues will be speaking over these four days. The location of this year’s American Water Works Association’s Annual Conference and Exposition could not be a more perfect site to discuss the water and infrastructure challenges our country faces. California is experiencing the worst drought conditions in its history, forcing mandatory restrictions and water rationing statewide. Neighboring states and other areas of the country are not too far off from having similar issues with water scarcity and water loss.
As municipal leaders and utility operators around the country seek better ways to manage water use, AWWA’s ACE15 is the ideal location to see the latest technology and learn how to implement it at their water system in a practical and efficient way.
ACE15, which will bring an estimated 12,000 water experts to the area, is the longest running water conference in the world, having first convened in 1881. The event features several hundred expert presentations and an exposition of more than 500 companies showcasing the latest innovations in water technology. To learn more about the registration options available, contact Sara Harper email@example.com at (909) 291-2102 or visit ca-nv-awwa.org.
The California - Nevada Section of American Water Works Association (AWWA) is a non-profit association whose mission is to support the drinking water professionals who provide safe and reliable water to millions of people throughout California and Nevada.