The keynote speakers for the International Water Reuse and Desalination Symposium have been announced. The symposium held this November in Brisbane will explore the latest in climate resilient water solutions.
The Symposium organisers WSAA, WateReuse, Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence and the National Centre of Excellence in Desalination Australia are pleased to announce the following keynote speakers on day one at the event:
- Mark Bailey, Minister for Energy and Water Supply in Queensland
- Richard Nagel, General Manager of West Basin Municipal Water District
- Karlene Maywald, Former Chair of the National Water Commission
They will each address the challenges facing the US and Australia, with a focus on how both countries are using policy, planning and practice to implement a progressive water recycling and desalination agenda to help meet future needs.
On day two, attendees will hear from Sue Murphy, CEO of Water Corporation about their 10 year plan to drought-proof Perth by 2022 so that sufficient water supplies are maintained, whatever the weather.
Early-bird registrations have opened for the International Water Reuse and Desalination Symposium. Register now for this two-day symposium of Australian and US speakers, engaging interactive panel sessions, leading research and networking dinner.