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23rd Annual CWWA Conference and Exhibition

CWWA Conference

The Caribbean Water and Waste Water Association (CWWA) will host their 23rd Annual Conference and Exhibition on October 6-10 at the Atlantis Paradise Island (Kerzer) Resorts in the Bahamas.

The 2014 Conference seeks to:

  • examine the past and present aspects of the Caribbean’s water and waste sectors to determine the positions of the sectors for networking and resource development of successful endeavours;
  • arrange for manufacturers, suppliers and distributors to display goods and services being currently offered to the industry;
  • honour persons who have given distinguished service to the Caribbean Sectors

Authors wishing to present a paper should submit an abstract of not more than 500 words for consideration. Abstracts should be in English and contain a title, author’s name(s) and full contact details. Deadline for abstracts is June 30 2014. Successful authors will be notified by July 14th 2014. Full papers should be submitted no later than August 30, 2014. All papers will be published in the official conference proceedings. Please focus on applied research, case studies and lessons learnt.

The major 2014 CWWA conference thematic topic areas are:

  • Distribution systems and plant operations - Water
  • Collection systems and plant operations – Wastewater
  • Solid Waste
  • Policy, Legislative and regulatory, Public Affairs
  • Financial Management
  • Special Topics/Research and Development
  • Water Quality/Water Resources
See the CWWA May 2014 Newsletter here.
Credits: CWWA

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