Future Water World Congress announces latest additions to keynote speaker lineup

Future Water World Congress - September 27th & 28th - Anaheim Convention Center, California, USA

Future Water World Congress has announced the latest additions to the keynote speaker line-up for their forthcoming event in California this year.

Terence Shia of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) will join Chris Lehman, Wastewater Deputy Director at City of San Luis Obispo as well as Shelly Blackwell, Senior Scientist at California Polytechnic State University, as keynote speakers.

Other keynote speakers include Alex Tardy, Warning Coordination Meteorologist at the NOAA National Weather Service and Stephen Bartley of the General Service Administration, as well as 30 other speakers from the industry.

The event, due to take place on September 27th & 28th at the Anaheim Convention Center, will address the global water crisis.

Tickets are on sale at a cost of $119 but readers of Water Magazine are guaranteed FREE ENTRY by registering here using code WM100.



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