DECEMBER 6-7, 2016

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CATALYZING COLLABORATION

A fresh and collaborative approach is needed to achieve the shared goal of a thriving American water sector. Governmental, non-governmental, and private entities need to work in tandem to realize this goal – the collective intelligence of stakeholders far outweighs the acumen of individual entities.

At the 2016 American Water Summit, it is our attempt to Catalyze Collaboration between the public and private water utilities, technology providers, financiers, industrial end-users, associations, and water agencies. We bring the stakeholders together to share knowledge, insights and ideas, and to network among peers on a platform that encourages cross-pollination.

Please join us for another best-in-class event with content and networking opportunities that matter to you and the people you need to meet.

 

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BOOK EARLY AND SAVE

EARLY BIRD
1,395.00 USD
When You Book By July 31st

Early Bird:  $1,395

Govt / NPO: $740

Public Water Utility Agency Delegate: $550

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STANDARD RATE
1,745.00 USD
Booking After July 31st

Standard Delegate:  $1,745

Govt / NPO: $870

Public Water Utility Agency Delegate: $595

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ON-SITE REGISTRATION
2,100.00 USD
Walk Up Booking

Standard Delegate:  $2,100

Govt / NPO: $1,045

Public Water Utility Agency Delegate: $595

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Questions About Booking?

For questions about individual or group booking, contact Bonnie Eastland at +1 (303) 731 5618 or by email at bonnie.eastland@globalwaterintel.com

SPONSORS 2016

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In Association with the Global Water Leaders Group

The water industry is struggling to achieve its objectives. In poor countries, too many people are left without access to safe drinking water and sanitation, while in rich countries, infrastructure investment is not keeping pace with asset depreciation, and the risks associated with increased water scarcity and environmental challenges are not being managed effectively.

Other utility industries – power and telecoms, for example — have been able to leverage technology, finance and regulation to meet similar challenges and become high-performance service industries. Water has lagged behind.

The Global Water Leaders Group is about bringing together water leaders from around the world to change this paradigm.

Visit the Global Water Leaders Group website to learn more. 

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WHAT ATTENDEES ARE SAYING

“The American Water Summit was a unique and inspiring opportunity to bring together the leaders in public and private sectors, government and policy makers.”

Adam Lovell, Water Services Association of Australia

“The conference provided great networking opportunities, and was provocative and resourceful, particularly in the discussion of alternative methods to build and finance water infrastructure.”

Tom Frederick, Rivanna Water and Sewage Authority

“Participating in the American Water Summit provided an excellent forum to share our experiences and learn from other industry experts.”

Catherine Magliocco, Tampa Electric Company

“AWS sets the standard for conferences and delivers a first-rate forum for information exchange, discussion and networking.”

Tam Doduc, State Water Resources Control Board, California

“AWS brings the full value chain together and facilitates the connections that are important to make progress in the water industry.”

Snehal Desai, Dow Water & Process Solutions

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