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Since its formation in 1929, NEWEA has been holding annual meetings to provide a forum for knowledge and technology exchange within the wastewater field. Since then, the NEWEA Annual Conference has not only grown in the size of exhibits and technical sessions, but has become New England's largest water quality conference!
This prestigious conference, which consistently attracts over 2300 engineers, consultants, scientists, operators and students features a variety of technical sessions and exhibitor displays. The conference provides an opportunity for professional exchange of information and state-of-the-art concepts in wastewater treatment and other water environment issues.  View Program >>
The 2021 NEWEA Annual Conference will be held virtually over a series of days and will feature concurrent sessions. We look forward to seeing you the conference!

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Cancellation policy: Written cancellation notice is required and must be received a week prior to the event. A 20% service fee will apply to all cancellations. No refunds will be made on registration fees or special events. Due to Association agreements and guarantees, fees are forfeited if you are not able to attend the event.






1/26/2021 11:30 AM   -  2/4/2021 2:00 PM
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