The IWC has always been a strong educational conference. The IWC strives to present timely, relevant, non-commercial scientific information to help further educate an already-educated audience.
Attendees come to learn about the latest applications available in the industrial water treatment industry, educate themselves in current technology and applications through attendance in IWC workshops, and network heavily with their peers active in water treatment.
All papers presented at the IWC are carefully peer reviewed for quality and to ensure no commercial aspect is evident. Each Paper presentation at the IWC is followed by a Prepared Discussion–a thoroughly considered, different perspective on the topic, followed by an open floor discussion when all audience members and presenters can fully interact–ask questions, seek clarification, and raise alternative viewpoints. In essence–learn more!
Technical Sessions – Schedule at a Glance
|Click on session title for detailed list||8:00 – 11:00 AM||1:15 – 5:00 PM|
|Business of Water
Keynote Session – 11:15 AM
|ASME Boiler Guideline Revisions and Related Topics|
|8:00 AM – 12:00 PM||1:15 – 5:00 PM|
|Industrial Wastewater Treatment||CCR Water Management-New Approaches and Recent Experiences|
If you missed the Call For Papers for this year‘s conference, please note the Call for the 2022 IWC will open immediately following this year‘s conference.
In the meantime if you have suggestions for topics for the conference to consider, please refer to the suggested list below and email us with anything not already included.
Boiler Water Treatment and Condensate Polishing
Cooling Water Treatment
Nutrient Reduction and Removal
Potable Water Treatment (including Lead & Copper)
Pretreatment Technologies (Including Gray Water)
Produced Water Management and Treatment
Recycle/Reuse Potable Water
Refining/Downstream Oil & Gas
RO and Membrane Treatment Processes
Trace Contaminant Removal
Upstream Oil & Gas
Wastewater Treatment – Industrial
Wastewater Treatment – FGD
Wastewater Treatment – Others
Water Project Delivery
Zero Liquid Discharge