Water Journal : Current Feb 2017
www.awa.asn.au 77 OZWATER'17: THE BASICS WHERE: International Convention Centre, Sydney. This brand-new, state-of-the-art venue is bringing Australia's water industry back to Sydney for the first time in five years. WHEN: 16 --18 May. WHO: Almost 4000 water professionals across sectors as diverse as engineering, research, policy, utilities, advocacy and more. The exhibition hall will be packed with more than 220 companies displaying the latest in water science, technology, innovation, products and services. HOW MUCH: Early-bird registrations close March 31. The trade exhibition is free to attend. Early-bird full registrations AWA member: $1265 New AWA professional membership + Ozwater'17 registration: $1505 Non-member: $1645 Full-time student -- AWA member: $630 Full-time student -- non-member: $820 Retired member: $630 Day registrations AWA member: $625 Non-member: $810 Young Water Professionals Full Program AWA and YWP network member: $195 Non-member: $275 To learn more and register, visit: bit.ly/Ozwater17 OUT AND ABOUT GET SOCIAL: Sometimes it's not what you know, but who you know. Take advantage of the planned social events and get to know your peers -- and have some fun. Things formally kick off with welcome drinks on Monday night, followed by a happy hour at the Club House on Tuesday night. The social calendar is capped by Wednesday night's gala dinner and AWA Australian Water Awards. TAKE A TOUR: Register for one (or all three) of the technical tours. Tour one takes you to the Cronulla Waste Water Treatment Plant, where you can see the latest water tech in use. Tour two takes you into the belly of Sydney's Tank Stream, which was built by First Fleet convicts in the late 1700s and is a prime example of historical water works. Tour three shows you the inner workings of the Prospect Water Filtration Plant, a leader in environmental sustainability.
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Current May 2017