Early-Bird Registration Ends July 31 for the 33rd Annual WateReuse Symposium

U.S. Astronaut Captain Scott Kelly to Deliver Keynote Address

Alexandria, VA, July 25, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Early-bird registration discounts end on Tuesday, July 31 for the nation’s premier conference on water reuse. Join leading experts in water recycling in Austin, Texas on September 9-12, 2018 for the 33rd Annual WateReuse Symposium, the only conference dedicated solely to advancing the policy, technology, innovation and public acceptance of recycled water.

U.S. Astronaut, Captain Scott Kelly will deliver the keynote address drawing from his experiences to deliver unparalleled life lessons, fascinating stories, and candid commentary on his epic yearlong journey in space —all sure to provide Symposium participants with a new appreciation for time, space and water. Captain Scott Kelly consumed 193 gallons of recycled water while aboard the International Space Station.

“The national interest in water recycling has never been greater—and this interest extends well beyond the traditional arid regions of the country as an increasing diversity of communities and businesses add water reuse to their water management strategies,” said Patricia Sinicropi, Executive Director of the WateReuse Association. “We are excited to offer a program that explores diverse regional issues, addresses the latest in policy and technology, and highlights proven best practices.”

From a water reuse market outlook roundtable featuring CEOs from Xylem, Suez, Black & Veatch and Carollo to a direct potable reuse regulatory panel and a discussion of the federal role in water recycling, the Annual WateReuse Symposium will examine federal and state policy, emerging trends, and new opportunities for water reuse around the country. A robust technical program with four themed tracks will cover the latest in treatment, growing interest in potable reuse, innovations in industrial and commercial applications, and general practice issues related to water recycling. Sunday morning features technical tours of multiple water reuse facilities.

The Annual WateReuse Symposium also includes multiple opportunities to network and have fun in Austin, including a Lone Star Welcome Reception, Austin’s best BBQ, live music at the legendary Mohawk, and an optional sunset river cruise featuring Austin’s nightly “bat show.” There will also be opportunities to sample the finest spirits produced with purified water.

For more information about the 33rd Annual WateReuse Symposium, visit www.watereuse.org/symposium.
WateReuse Association
Zachary Dorsey