Xylem Workshop on Modernizing Water Infrastructure

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Xylem Workshop on Modernizing Water Infrastructure

Xylem, a global water technology company, is hosting water industry leaders and utility operators for a Modernizing Water Infrastructure workshop on May 17. Experts on water, sustainable water management, and infrastructure will share insights, best practices, and innovative approaches for optimizing water distribution. All sessions of the live workshop will also be available as webinars here.

The participants will include George Hawkins, recently retired CEO of DC Water, giving the opening address on how the management of water can be transformed to better meet the needs of the community while ensuring water affordability. Afterward, these water industry leaders will present:

"Technology is revolutionizing the way the water industry manages their infrastructure. This workshop will feature industry thought leaders discussing groundbreaking solutions to managing water infrastructure. Our goal is to provide attendees with actionable insights and management best practices that can be used within their organizations and put to good use," said Albert Cho, vice president and general manager of Advanced Infrastructure Analytics at Xylem.

In addition to the presentations, there will be roundtable discussions featuring utility leaders Jay Mantua of WSSC and Jay Price of Baltimore City on recent extreme weather events and how utilities managed through these occurrences.