The 2020 Emerging Water Technology Symposium (EWTS), to be held May 12-13, 2020, at the Westin Riverwalk in San Antonio, is shaping up to be the most comprehensive and informative event since the symposium debuted in 2008. Check out the list of speakers on tap:
Identifying Key Research Needs for Premise Plumbing
William Healy, Group Leader at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Environmental Monitoring for Assessing Risk From Legionella and Waterborne Pathogens in Building Water Systems: What’s New?
Janet E. Stout, PhD, President and Director, Special Pathogens Laboratory
Water from Air: Pipe Dream or Resilient Complement to Premise Plumbing Systems?
Frank Slovenec, Vice President, Operations, Water Harvesting, Inc.
New Formula for Water Security in All Buildings
Rich Benkowski, UA ITF Training Specialist
PFAS: The Toxic Chemical in Our Everyday Lives
Daniel Bauer, ENPRESS LLC
On Sight Wastewater Treatment Systems
Jean Tessmer, RME, MP, ASID, Space Options Inc.
Keynote Presentations from Robert Puente, San Antonio Water, and Dr. Richard E. Thorsten, Chief Impact Officer, Water.org
Join plumbers, contractors, engineers, manufacturers, water efficiency experts, and academia to hear about new technologies for the plumbing industry and discuss how policy initiatives can drive the introduction of these technologies to market and advance the cause of water and energy efficiency.