PNCWA Cosponsors WEF Residuals and Biosolids Conference 2017

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Conference: April 08, 2017 - April 11, 2017
Washington State Convention Center | Seattle, Washington
Friends of Biosolids Reception hosted by PNCWA -  April 8, 2017
Museum of Pop Culture 7:00 PM    Register to be a sponsor!    Attend the reception

This conference is held by the Water Environment Federation in cooperation with the Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association and Northwest Biosolids. The Water Environment Federation's Residuals and Biosolids Committee is pleased to announce the 2017 Residuals and Biosolids conference in Seattle, Washington. The conference will cover a variety of topics including bioenergy.

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PNCWA is one of 75 global Member Associations that collectively form a federation of like-purpose organizations called the Water Environment Federation. WEF is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization of 35,000 individual members.

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