On Monday, April 24, the Summit will feature an optional full-day training course focused on learning best practices for optimizing building water systems for safety, efficiency and cost. An Executive Forum will follow the training with a keynote speech discussing the emerging legal issues and landscape regarding building water management.
On Tuesday, April 25, leaders in facility management and infection control will present current research and best practices for developing water management programs, managing ice machines, understanding the impacts of monochloramine disinfection, using reclaimed water, and automated monitoring of potable water systems.
To request an invite, go to: www.smartwaterleadership.com.
About The Smart Water Leadership Summit
The Smart Water Leadership Summit is an invitation-only event produced by Phigenics. It focuses on timely, critical matters in the building water management industry. The purpose of the Summit is to provide an invigorating forum for water management leaders to learn, develop and promote best practices for sustainable facility water management. Invited guests include professionals in facility management, EH&S, engineering, sustainability, compliance, infection prevention, research, government policy and regulation, academia, and related disciplines who are responsible for managing utility, process and potable water within their facilities. Industry sectors include a broad base of healthcare, higher education, retail, commercial, hospitality, government and manufacturing organizations. www.smartwaterleadership.com.
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