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ORLANDO, Fla. -- An alliance of water associations is
making plans for
CONSERV96 as the nation's third exposition on water conservation. An initial
CONSERV90 was conducted at Phoenix, Ariz., in 1990, and the latest of the
series is planned for Jan. 4-8 at Orlando.
As a diverse educational forum for all aspects of water
water use efficiency, CONSERV96 is the third of a triennial conference series
sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Water
Works Association, and the American Water Resources Association. Session
topics will include conservation technology, financing and rates, integrated
resource planning, irrigation issues, land-use planning, public policy,
watershed and river basin management, environmental impacts, regional case
studies, along with urban and rural challenges.
The conference will bring together leading water conservation
supply managers, state and federal government representatives, educators,
consultants, and environmentalists. An exposition of products and services
will accompany the conference.
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