The Water Quality Association has opened registration for the 2022 WQA Convention & Exposition, which will be held April 6–8 in Orlando. The convention theme is “Impact.”
“We are pleased to make registration available to the water treatment industry, those from related water industries, and all those with interest in improving water quality for this annual premier event,” said WQA Meetings Services Director Angie Silberhorn. “We have advance pricing available through January 26, offering attendees substantial savings if they register early.”
Convention education sessions cover technical topics related to point-of-use/point-of-entry water treatment and business operations sessions appropriate for small or family-owned businesses. Topics include chloride discharge and brine recovery, water treatment for beverage applications (such as coffee, beer, and distillery), and treatment for nontraditional water sources.
Again this year, WQA will offer Business Boot Camp on April 5, one day before the Convention opens. The focus of the day-long training, called Fuel Your Impact, will be on operations, compliance, and business strategy. In addition, a half-day Commercial/Industrial RO Sizing Workshop will be offered the afternoon of April 5. The training will help attendees understand how to use the RO design programs supplied by each membrane manufacturer or to design systems without requiring the programs. Separate registration is required for both events.
The Convention kicks off on Wednesday, April 6, with a full schedule of education sessions and the Opening General Session, which includes WQA’s annual meeting, Leadership Awards such as the Hall of Fame and Lifetime Member recipients, and valuable updates on the state of the water treatment industry. The tradeshow floor, featuring the latest in water treatment technology, will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 6, and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, April 7.
For more convention information or to register, visit the WQA Convention website, wqa.org/convention.
Source: Water Quality Association