The Industrial Water Use and Reuse Workshop is a 1 ½ day workshop chaired by Ralph Exton (GE Power & Water). Its purpose is to examine the various factors in corporate decisions related to water use and reuse and to identify how water technologies can contribute to efficient, productive and economically feasible water reuse.
The objective of the Workshop on the Energy Water Nexus is to explore the most critical challenges, needs and opportunities associated with the relationship of energy and water.
This workshop is co-sponsored by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) and the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA), will focus on emerging water reuse technologies and strategies.
This workshop, co-located with the Carbon Management Technology Conference 2013, will focus on Water Impacts of Carbon Management.
The primary objective of the AIChE Water Initiative is to tackle critical water related issues by presenting and improving potential solutions, optimizing water use while minimizing pollution, collaborating to raise awareness, and sharing knowledge globally.
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We have many opportunities for you to help shape our water programs. You can help program our meetings by becoming an ISWS member, getting involved in a committee, present your water ideas, or suggest topics for upcoming workshops and presentations.
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