Industrial Water Use and Reuse Workshop 2018 November 15-16, 2018Hyatt Place San Antonio Riverwalk, San Antonio, Texas, USAWater is one of the most important resources to support sustainable mining operations. In this workshop, mining and water treatment leaders from industry and academia will discuss the latest advances in water efficiency solutions for today and future research. Register today and receive free ISWS... Industrial Water Use and Reuse Workshop 2016 October 24-25, 2016Crowne Plaza DenverWater is one of the most important resources to support sustainable mining operations. In this workshop, mining and water treatment industry leaders will discuss the latest advances in water efficiency solutions for today and future research. Water Efficiency in Downstream Refinery, Petrochemical, and Chemical Processing November 16-17, 2015Sugar Land Marriott Town Square, Sugar Land, TXMaximizing efficient water use is critical for both the environment and the bottom line for industry. This workshop will bring together downstream production leaders and water tech experts to discuss water efficiency and water treatment solutions. ISWS News & Resources National Water Monitoring News - Fall 2015 December 8, 2015 Clean Water Matters Workshop Report June 26, 2015 EPA Analyzes Effects of Hydraulic Fracturing on Drinking Water March 31, 2015 Environmental research proposals wanted by SERDP November 24, 2014 Utilization of Osmosis to Generate Energy October 23, 2014 Water Education & Resources Learn more about water through a collection of webinars, workshops, articles, the ISWS water glossary, and a curated list of resources. About ISWS 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. Become a Member and Get Involved 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.