Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport Show 2018 (formerly, Pumper & Cleaner Environmental Expo International)

Date
2018-02-21 - 2018-02-24
Exhibitors
600
Floor Size
350000
Attendees
12000
Event contact title
Sr. Marketing Manager
Event contact first name
Danny
Event contact last name
Green
Email
marketing@wwettshow.com
Event contact telephone number
972-536-6477
Description
The WWETT Show - Water & Wastewater, Equipment, Treatment & Transport - is the world's largest annual trade show for wastewater and environmental services professionals. With 600 exhibiting companies, 110 conference sessions, and a schedule of great events, the WWETT Show provides value to professionals from every facet of our field. This is your destination to: Find services, products, and tools that will help make your business more profitable Learn new information that will help you do your job more efficiently Make new connections that can make a difference in your business Make your plans to join us for WWETT Show 2018 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN. The education schedule runs February 21-23, 2018, and the Marketplace Expo is open February 22-24, 2018.
Attendee information

Who Should Attend?

  • Septic system installation & service contractors
  • Drain and sewer cleaning & repair contractors
  • Portable restroom operators
  • Industrial maintenance & cleaning contractors
  • Municipal water & sewer system maintenance managers
Exhibitor information
  • Septic Pumping

  • Onsite Installation

  • Portable Sanitation

  • Dewatering

  • Grease Handling

  • Sewer Cleaning

  • Laterals & Mainlines

  • TV Inspection

  • Pipeline Rehab/CIPP

  • Waterblasting

  • High-Pressure Cleaning

    • Safety Equipment

    • Confined Space

    • Lift Station Maintenance

    • Computer Software

    • Industrial Vacuuming

    • Hydroexcavation

    • Trenchless Pipe Repair

    • Utility Location

Partner Voices

Until recently, the opportunity to have a celebrity attend an event, attach themselves to a name-brand or endorse a certain product or idea was untouchable. The thought of paying a person to promote a product was seen as something only Fortune 500 companies could afford. Social media has changed all that with brands and businesses utilizing celebrity influencers to connect directly with their demographics and increase sales and profits.