Virtual Texas Water Launching Week of July 13!
Thank you so much for your understanding as we prepare for Texas WaterTM 2020. With the best interest of the health and safety of all our attendees and participants in mind, we've determined that Texas Water 2020 will be held virtually, launching the week of July 13. Texas WaterTM 2020 - Virtual will be the largest (virtual) regional water conference in the nation. While the conversion of our standard in-person conference to an online event was obviously unexpected, we're really excited about the possibilities for this new platform.
What can you expect at Texas WaterTM 2020 - Virtual?
Our usual, exemplary Technical Program:
- We've received commitments from more than 130 presenters to provide us with recorded versions of their rigorously peer-reviewed technical sessions.
- The sessions will be made available "on demand" once they are posted, allowing for convenient viewing at any time. You will not have to choose between attending different sessions as you would at an in-person conference. Better yet, all the sessions will remain posted for multiple months after the conference, to provide for maximum viewing flexibility.
- The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has approved many of our sessions for offer operator training credit. This is an excellent way to comply with any license training requirements in a safe, convenient setting, all without the cost and hassle of travel. Professional Engineers can also obtain their self-reported professional development hours, including the requisite one hour of ethics training.
- We'll also have our exceptional Poster Presentations to complement the technical sessions.
Many of our Texas Water special events will still be held virtually, such as:
- the Opening Session/Keynote Address
- the Women of Texas Water session
- the Young Professionals recognition event
- the Engineering Ethics Course
- the Water for People Silent Auction
- Dodson's Drive Virtual Fun Run
- Curtis Smalley Environmental Event
And a Virtual Exhibit Hall
, which will give you the opportunity to (virtually) visit the wonderful vendors that have continued their support of the conference and also play on online version of our "Match-the-Name Game" scavenger hunt for some amazing door prizes.
Information for attendees registered before the Conference postponement
If you have already registered for the Texas Water conference, please see the information in the link above. If you are not registered, we will reopen registration for Texas Water 2020 - Virtual, soon.
Thank you to our Texas Water 2020 Sponsors!
HR Green, Inc.
Texas Water Infrastructure Network (TXWIN)
Exhibiting, Advertising and Sponsoring at Texas Water
Texas Water is always a sold out show with a waitlist for exhibitors. Due to this, we use a points system for exhibitors. Earning points could provide earlier access to the online booth purchasing system for 2021 and beyond. Click here for a detailed explanation of the Texas Water points system. You can earn points for advertising in the WEAT and TAWWA publications, the Texas Water Program or becoming a sponsor at Texas Water. To be added to the Texas Water exhibitor waitlist, send your contact information to Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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