The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation is partnering with NWRI to host the 2016 Clarke Prize Conference on November 4, 2016, in Newport Beach, CA. The two organizations announced last month they would collaborate on important projects and initiatives, like the Clarke Prize Conference, that improve the reliability and resiliency of water resources. The conference brings renowned experts from all across the water sciences to discuss innovative research and technology developments in urban water sustainability. These talks will be complemented with practical case studies of challenges facing industry practitioners. Session topics include: Emerging Issues in Urban Water Quality; Addressing the Challenges of Urban Water Sustainability and New Methods to Assess Water Quality.
The conference has been approved for up to five continuing education hours by the California State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water for those who attend the entire program. Discounted early registration ends October 24. More information about the 2016 Clarke Prize Conference and Award Ceremony is available at the website.