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OCT 2017

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www.sea-technology.com October 2017 / st 15 T he International Water Con- ference (IWC) is the world's premier conference for under- standing and dealing with the technical and business chal- lenges of industrial water treatment. In 2015, when the IWC was last in Orlando, Florida, more than 900 attendees from 43 states and 23 countries attended the conference. The IWC presents the latest in scientific advances and practi- cal applications in this field, cutting across a wide range of industries, technologies and functional areas. As the pre- eminent international technical forum in the field, the IWC brings together end-users, researchers, practicing engineers, managers, educators, suppliers and contractors. Attendees come to learn unbiased details about the latest applications available in the industry, get educated on current technol- ogy and hold wide-ranging discussions with their peers ac- tive in water treatment. Conference attendees learn the latest about new appli- cations available in the industrial water treatment industry. The IWC Continuing Ed Workshop program is designed to provide practical information that includes a basic under- standing of the topic, as well as detailed case studies. They are presented by experts in the field and are loaded with technical content, as opposed to sales information. Work- shops will start on Sunday, November 12, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. Each workshop will provide an opportunity for a technical ex- change between the students, the instructor and other workshop participants. Once the workshops finish on Sunday, the exhibit hall will have a welcome reception starting at 5:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall The exhibit hall is the hub of all attendee gatherings and networking events, hosting luncheons, receptions and the chance to meet with suppliers, manufacturing companies and more during the conference. The IWC exhibit hall features more than 100 different opportunities to learn about practical and innovative solu- tions for the industrial water treatment industry from indus- try leaders. Networking coffee breaks, luncheons and receptions are hosted throughout the exhibit hall, giving attendees plenty of opportunities to continue their learning experience in be- tween technical sessions. Attendees can participate in Ex- hibit Hall Bingo as they network. Attendees that visit each booth on the bingo card will be eligible for a prize drawing. These well-timed networking breaks also afford exhibitors an opportunity to attend technical sessions along with other attendees. ST Conference Preview International Water Conference

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