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NWWC 2017 - almost here

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CWWA Keynote Speakers


November 5 - 8, 2017 St. John's Convention Centre
St. John's, NL

We have less than a month to go before the National Water and Wastewater Conference in Newfoundland, St. John’s. If you aren’t already registered you need to plan to be there.

The National Conference of the Canadian Water and Wastewater, this event is the only one of its kind offering national dialogue on water issues.


Utility Leaders need to be at this event
Specialized sessions will explore the issues that are shaping utility leadership

Specialized sessions to attract Canadian Utility leaders include

- Artificial Intelligence and technologies role in building the utility of the future;
- The Effective Utility Management program
- Asset Management;
- The People Side – from operators to leaders;
- Water Pricing;

- National Infrastructure Information;
- Effective Communication;
- FCM funding programs; and
- The Customer of the 21st Century


Technical Sessions will explore topics on all aspects of water management



Sessions on Drinking Water Management including legionella, small systems and emergency planning.
Wastewater Management, including flushables, stormwater and treatment methods.
Explore topics related to utility security - including emergency planning, cyber security and system vulnerability.
Learn about water and energy efficiency, including programs and technology.
Make sure your utility is climate change ready, by attending sessions hosted by our Climate Change Committee.
Hear about the latest from water researchers across the country, including advances in treatment technologies and laboratory processes.



Integrated Workshops Provide Added Value

We are also excited to be offering Workshops integrated into the Conference program on Urban Water Management – a follow up to our successful workshop at the Window on Ottawa exploring the future of urban water and a Workshop offered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities on Municipal Climate Change Adaptation.


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