Water Environment Federation Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference - WEFTEC 2015

Date
2015-09-26 - 2015-09-30
Exhibitors
700
Floor Size
295000
Attendees
22000
Event contact title
Director, Exhibition Sales and Operations
Event contact first name
Sacha
Event contact last name
Carey
Email
scarey@wef.org
Event contact telephone number
1-703-684-2434
Fax
1-703-684-2482
Description

WEFTEC®, the Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference, is the biggest meeting of its kind in North America and offers thousands of water quality professionals from around the world the best water quality education and training available today. Also recognized as the world’s largest annual water quality exhibition, WEFTEC’s massive show floor provides unparalleled access to the field’s most cutting-edge technologies and services.

Attendee information

WEFTEC draws thousands of water and wastewater professionals from around the world each year, including: •Collection Systems Managers •Consultants •District Managers •Environmental Engineers/Chemists/Scientists •Equipment Manufacturers and Representatives •Executive Managers •Industrial Water and Wastewater Treatment Professionals •Local, State, and Federal Regulators •Private Industry and Academia Researchers •Public Officials •Students •Suppliers •Water and Wastewater Utility Managers •Water and Wastewater Operators

Exhibitor information

WEFTEC’s unparalleled educational and training opportunities attract thousands of water and wastewater professionals each year. Coinciding with the technical conference is WEFTEC’s expansive exhibition – the largest in North America – which draws buyers and representatives of leading water and wastewater companies from around the world.

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