2nd Annual Canadian Conference on Drinking Water Management

Venue: Westin Nova Scotian Hotel

Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Event Date/Time: Jul 07, 2004 End Date/Time: Jul 08, 2004
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If you play a role in the management of water delivery, treatment or protection, you can't afford to miss this year's annual conference on drinking water management.

The 2003 safe drinking water conference in Calgary was a resounding success. It brought together stakeholders in government, research organizations and utilities, and offered delegates a valuable opportunity to share knowledge and network with peers.

This year, we continue exploring the federal guidelines for Canadian drinking water quality and engaging in discussions about provincial legislation and municipal efforts across Canada. To this end, we have assembled a roster of water management experts – from the legislative, management and technical sides of the issue – to help you with the challenges of ensuring the source-to-tap safety of Canada's drinking water.

Attend The Canadian Institute's 2nd Annual Canadian Conference on Drinking Water Management and obtain must-have information and knowledge on inter-related water management issues, including:
*What municipalities can expect from provincial, territorial and federal governments
*How alternative policy frameworks currently being developed will affect water management in Canada
*What's new in water utility operator training and certification
*What is the state of Canada's rural water – and what's being done about it
*How the newest technologies in the agricultural sector impact water quality
*How to meet the challenges of infrastructure funding and public-private partnerships
...and more

Plus – bonus sessions:
*Early riser discussion on water governance and policy initiatives, led by Dr. Graham Gagnon, P.Eng., Dalhousie University
*Report on The Bonn Charter by Dr. Richard J. Karlin, PE, DEE, Awwa Research Foundation
*Tour of Lake Major water supply plant with Carl Yates, Halifax Regional Water Commission

Optional pre-conference workshop:
Developing Successful Public-Private Partnerships in the Water and Wastewater Industry
Register early! This workshop sells out fast.


1181 Hollis Street
Nova Scotia