Call for Abstracts - 2018 Grand Junction Conference - August 2-3
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Posted by: Ann Guiberson
Call for Papers!!!
Call for Abstracts
Submit Your Abstract by
Friday, March 16, 2018
12th Annual Grand Junction Water & Wastewater Conference
Those who attend the 2018 12th Annual Grand Junction Water and Wastewater Conference at the Two Rivers Conference Center in Grand Junction Colorado August 2 and 3, 2018 will receive valuable learning experiences from the many technical sessions offered during this two-day, technically intensive conference. The Conference has a highly successful history of providing significant opportunities to learn about new technologies, various approaches to problem solving and successfully completed projects. There is plenty of vendor interaction opportunities, with over forty vendors with displays. Here's your chance to help!
We invite you to share the knowledge and experience you have accumulated during your work in the water and wastewater industry by delivering a presentation that:
- Provides relevant, accurate information
- Provides current industry safety practices Includes insight into studies, design, construction or operation of facilities Introduces new technology and/or innovation in water, wastewater, Collections and Distribution
- Demonstrates unique use of existing technology Highlights various approaches to problem solving
- Provides information on regulatory issues
To submit an abstract, complete the abstract submittal form. Click here for the form.
Email completed forms to: GJConference@rmsawwa.org
Deadline to submit an abstract is Friday, March 16, 2018.
For the "subject" of the abstract, please choose the ONE category that best describes your abstract noting that there is a category "Other" if none of the categories fits well. All abstracts will be reviewed by the Committee and rated based upon four criteria: Originality, Technical Content, Benefits & Significance, and Quality of the Submission.
To help your chance of acceptance, we ask that your abstract be well-structured and provide a good overview of the proposed presentation, the technical information to be presented, the findings and the unique elements that will be discussed. The abstracts and biographies are required in order to obtain Training Unit approval.
Presenters will be sent an email to register for the Conference.