Event will be held January 31, 2019, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
AUSTIN, TX – The Ninth Annual Central Texas Water Efficiency Network (CTWEN) Symposium – Integrated Water: Keeping Conservation at the Forefront - will be held on Thursday, January 31, 2019, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Canyon View Event Center 4800 Spicewood Springs Road, Austin, Texas.
Using One Water strategies to secure a sustainable water future in Texas and beyond
Promoting water-neutral growth in new development through Net Blue
Using insights into customer behavior to enhance conservation program success
Learning what’s new in conservation best management practices and planning
Addressing water management over the long term through Water Forward, Austin’s 100-year water plan
Taking a fun look at the unique interactions between water and beer
Speakers include water experts from a variety of backgrounds, including the US Water Alliance, Utah State University, Texas Water Development Board, San Antonio Water Systems, Austin Water, and Alliance for Water Efficiency. The media will have access to speakers and participants for interviews.
Jennifer Walker, Senior Program Manager – Water Programs
512-627-9931 / email@example.com
About Central Texas Water Efficiency Network:
CTWEN is a coalition of regional water agencies and advocacy groups who recognize that conservation is essential to ensuring a sustainable water supply. These symposiums provide utility and government leaders, water professionals, and business owners with information about innovative programs, effective technologies, and strategies to involve the public and business interests in water issues.
Symposium partners include AIQUEOUS, Alliance for Water Efficiency, Aqua Water Supply, Austin Area Research Organization, Austin Board of REALTORS, Austin Water, Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District, Capital Area Suburban Exchange, City of Cedar Park, City of Georgetown, City of Horseshoe Bay, City of Pflugerville, City of Round Rock, City of San Marcos, Lower Colorado River Authority, Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, Sierra Club - Lone Star Chapter, Texas AWWA, Texas Living Waters Project, and Texas Water Foundation.