DUNCAN, Okla. – The 2015 WaterPro Conference will be a unique opportunity for water and wastewater professionals. This year NRWA’s WaterPro Conference will be co-located with the annual meetings of the Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC) and the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC). The conference will be held Sept. 28-30 in Oklahoma City, and brings new opportunities for education and networking.
This unique co-location brings together three national organizations that impact and influence the water industry in different ways. NRWA, GWPC and IOGCC are all leading membership organizations, each headquartered in Oklahoma. The set of circumstances allowing for the three conferences and annual meetings to coincide in Oklahoma City is unlikely to be repeated.
Educational sessions will include timely information on topics at the intersection of these three organizations, including: hydraulic fracturing, the slowdown of the oil boom on rural economies, source water protection, energy efficiency, sustainable management, water reuse, drought issues and more.
The events will create a diverse mix of attendees and many networking opportunities. The organizations will bring together water professionals, regulators, funding agencies, equipment manufacturers, academics, energy companies and even state governors from across the United States.
More information about the 2015 WaterPro Conference is available at www.waterproconference.org, including the Agenda of Events. The interactive WaterPro Conference mobile app is available at the App Store (search for WaterPro) and on Google Play.