Ozwater'17 Preliminary Program released
Ozwater is an event like no other, organised by the industry for the industry where the issues that drive the water-sector are discussed and future directions decided.
With a 3-day conference program reviewed and selected by water industry professionals, Ozwater provides you with relevant industry information, professional development and quality networking on a scale like no other water conference.
Ozwater’17 received over 400 submissions each reviewed independently by water industry leaders with 5+ years and then the top scoring submissions were provided to the program committee made up of experienced industry professionals to be developed into the program that you can view here.
All submissions were reviewed by the following criteria:
-Relationship and significance to the themes of the conference
-Status of the project
-Interest and significance to the Ozwater audience
-Quality (spelling, layout, etc.)
With submissions being based on outcomes, not future projects.
Want to meet your program committee? Click here.
At Ozwater’16 we had over 3,600 industry professionals attend the 3 day event in Melbourne and the Association expects similar numbers at the International Convention Centre in Sydney. You don’t want to miss this opportunity and by directly participating in Ozwater’17, you will be given the opportunity to raise your organisation’s profile in the Australian water industry while at the same time increasing your knowledge and awareness of issues that are affecting the water industry in Australia and overseas.
Stay tuned for the launch of the Keynote Speaker, Workshop, Poster & International Program.
GHD Service Line Leader for Integrated Water Management Ryan Brotchie recently co-authored a study analysing best-practice planning practices at Melbourne Water, Australia and around the globe. At the upcoming Ozwater’17, Brotchie will share project learnings on the most successful ways of implementing different approaches.
Adaptive environmental monitoring, rather than static monitoring programs, can cut costs, improve data quality and ultimately lead to more flexibility with future monitoring, according to water quality experts. Learn more about environmental monitoring best practice at the upcoming Ozwater’17 conference in Sydney.
As concerns about PFAS contamination spread around the country, the problem is not confined to drinking water sources and the legacy of firefighting foams, Hunter Water Manager Environment and Sustainability Angus Seberry has warned. Seberry will discuss Hunter Water's experience in managing the flow-on effects of contamination in a presentation at the upcoming Ozwater’17 conference – PFAS in wastewater - what is all the PFOS about?