Jan 23, 2015

Smart H2O Summit Partners With San Francisco Public Utilities Commission

The partnership focuses on addressing water waste, water loss and diminishing water supplies

Smart H2O Summit, education, water scarcity, San Francisco Public Utilities

The Smart H2O Summit announced a strategic partnership with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC). Designed to educate and inform key water stewards about the pressing need to address issues of water waste, water loss and dwindling water supplies, the summit will be held in San Francisco from Aug. 17-19.

The new partnership will focus on:

  • A presentation entitled Changing the Water Management Paradigm with Onsite Water Systems, which will provide  case histories and a blueprint for creating Onsite Water Systems;
  • An information resource booth to showcase sustainable solutions for conserving water for commercial water users and other public utilities
  • A testing station on the show floor where attendees can experience the excellent quality of municipal water; and  
  • SFPUC recognition of organizations employing water-efficient technologies.

Targeted to municipalities and other key water stewards, Smart H2O Summit was created to help communities and select business sectors solve their critical water infrastructure challenges through innovative new global technologies and solutions.  The event will offer a comprehensive conference program featuring the world’s leading water authorities, as well as an exhibition floor where attendees can experience technology solutions first-hand.

Companies interested in exhibiting or sponsoring the inaugural event should contact Jane McDermott, [email protected]415.688.4488 ext. 102.