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The American Water Summit 2013
The Theme: Making The Economic Case for Water
The potential is there for water to become a dynamic part of America’s economic recovery. The challenges cities are facing in delivering water sustainability are greater than ever. The difference is that this time they are not alone. Businesses have begun to realise that water risk is a significant long term threat to their operations. Investors too are concerned, but they also see an opportunity for growth.
At this year’s American Water Summit we are bringing together all three parts of the equation: city utility leaders, business water users, and investors to make the economic case for water.
It works like this:
Investors don’t like water risk in their portfolios. They are putting pressure on businesses to reduce their exposure to supply uncertainty and environmental damage. Businesses are responding, but water is a shared resource and they cannot address the issue on their own. Municipal water leaders want to act, but they need the mandate of their rate payers. The economic case for water – for business, and for people – gives this mandate. It makes water an attractive investment, which in turn helps cities and businesses reduce their water risks, which in turn benefits all stakeholders.
Who should come?
The American Water Leadership Summit is the most important event of the year for anyone involved with water at a senior level. It is not just about making contacts and staying ahead of what is new. It is about making a better future for water in America.
Water utility leaders: discover the route map for renewal of your water infrastructure.
Business water users: learn how water can be a big contributor to your triple bottom line.
Investors: get in at the beginning of one of the big market trends for the next decade.
Engineers and water technology companies: meet the people who matter, and more than that contribute to the discussion which will shape the future of your business.
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