Texas WaterTM 2023
April 11-14, 2023
George R. Brown Convention Center
Attendee Registration will open in January 2023
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Texas Water is the joint annual conference of the Texas Section American Water Works Association and the Water Environment Association of Texas.
The conference is celebrating it's 27th year as the Largest Regional Water Conference in the U.S.© and caters to professionals in the wastewater and water industry, including water quality engineers, treatment plant technicians, scientists, government officials, regulatory agency personnel, manufacturers and their agents, libraries, universities and groups and individuals concerned with protecting public health and the environment.
Texas Water's location rotates around various cities in Texas each year and includes technical sessions, exhibits, competitions, networking opportunities and much, much more! We hope you'll join us in Houston for Texas WaterTM 2023!
Exhibiting, Advertising and Sponsoring at Texas Water
Exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities will be available later this fall. If you are new to Texas Water, it is always a sold out show with a waitlist for exhibitors (to be added to the waitlist, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org). Due to this, we use a points system for exhibitors. Earning points could provide earlier access to the online booth purchasing system for 2023 and beyond. Click here for a detailed explanation of the Texas Water points system. You can also earn points for advertising in the TAWWA and WEAT publications, the Texas Water Conference Preview and Program (info coming soon) or through sponsorship of Texas Water (info coming soon).
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