NEWWA Annual Conference

   2016 Conference Highlights

Omni Providence, Providence, RI
        September 18-21,  434 attendees
Meet your 2016-2017 Board of Directors!
Getting in the 70's Disco spirit at the Meet & Greet Reception.
The ladies also dressed the part and tore up the dance floor!
Dedicated bikers took on downtown Providence.
This year's winner of the Best of the Best Taste Test:
Congratulations Brewster Water Department!
Attendees enjoyed a variety of technical sessions.
Hydrant Hysteria Demo - Create a team to compete at
#NEWWASpring at the Worcester DCU Center, April 4-5, 2018

 

 

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September 17 - 20, 2017

Ocean Edge Resort - Brewster, MA



DOWNLOAD THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM HERE.
DOWNLOAD A FILLABLE REGISTRATION FORM HERE.

Discounted overnight rooms available. Call 508-896-9000 and reference NEWWA. NOTE: Reservations may only be made between 9:00AM and 6:00PM in order to recieve the group rate.

The room rate for conference attendees is $289 per room (single/double occupancy plus 9.7% state and local taxes).  A discounted rate for government employees only is available for a Village room at the rate of $145 (single/double occupancy, plus 9.7% state and local taxes). Village rooms are a short drive to the mansion and conference activities.

Exhibit Opportunities

Exhibit tabletops available on Tuesday, 9/19.

Join us for a 1-day, 8AM - 2PM action-packed exhibit.  Check out what's new with some of our favorite vendors!  New England's Best Drinking Water Taste Test Contest, along with the Aging Infrastructure Competition will be hosted in the exhibit hall along with breakfast, snacks, and lunch.  Pick up an exhibit bingo card on your way in; there will be multiple $100 cash prizes awarded.  Contact Katelyn Cahalane for full details and to register as an exhibitor.

About NEWWA's Annual Conference

434 water works professionals attended NEWWA's 2016 Annual Conference for educational and networking opportunities. The 2017 program will include technical session tracks over 2 days on topics including water treatment, management, sustainability, water resources, water quality, distribution, and groundwater. TCH credit will be available to all attendees.

Plenty of networking opportunities are also available--from multiple receptions, to roundtable discussions, to the membership recognition celebration. The annual Water For People silent auction is also returning, as well as the ever-popular "Aging Infrastructure" contest and "New England's Best" Drinking Water Taste Test.  A variety of guest and social programs are also on tap for the week, including Wednesday's golf tournament.

View photos from our 2016 conference!

Future Annual Conferences

View our videos from the 2016 Annual Conference in Providence, RI