The International Water Conference® (IWC) is a strong educational conference, founded with an emphasis on commercial free discussions on technology . The IWC presents the latest in scientific advances and practical applications in this field, cutting across a wide range of industries, technologies and functional areas. As the preeminent international technical forum in the field, the IWC brings together end users, researchers, practicing engineers, managers, educators, suppliers and contractors. It is dedicated to advancing new developments in the treatment, use and reuse of water for industrial and other engineering purposes. Attendees come to learn unbiased details about the latest applications available in the industry, get educated on current technology and hold wide ranging discussions with their peers active in water treatment .
The technical sessions typically cover current issues in water treatment. Recent sessions have dealt with:
- Wastewater & Recycle
- Produced Water
- FRAC water treatment
- Desalination Principles & Approaches
- Mine Water Treatment
- Steam Generation
- Process Water Preparation
- Cooling and Process Water
Because our Technical Sessions are organized around Functional Areas, they apply to a broad range of industries including (but not limited to): Automotive, Chemical, Microelectronics, Paper production, Primary Metals, Semi-Conductor production, and Utilities. Typical attendee's job titles often include: Utility supervisors, R&D Personnel, Engineers, Water Chemists, Power Plant Operators, Business Development Managers, Operations Managers, Plant Managers and Facility Supervisors, Academic Research Directors/Professors and Graduate Students.
- Water Treatment & Control