Thursday & Friday, Nov. 12 – 13, 2020
Agenda, TCH Credits & Registration Fee Detail Forthcoming!
Like many other associations, AEA is going virtual because of the pandemic. On Nov. 12 and 13, we’ll be online, but we will still be on top of the ESSENTIAL information you, providers of such an ESSENTIAL service, need to navigate challenges and provide great service.
We will be sharing more details leading up to our Inaugural Virtual Conference.
Below are just some of the highlights we are looking forward to:
Alan Karnovitz, Hazen Sawyer, will share selected initiatives that utilities can implement to bolster their financial health and resilience in the face of highly disruptive and unpredictable events such as COVID19.
Robert Newby, NJ DEP Division of Science and Research, will present in a two-part discussion on Wastewater Detection of SARS-CoV-2
The Value of Networking in the Water Sector Government. A dynamic panel will discuss how utilities routinely help one another, trading many different types of information. This may be one of the most under-valued aspects of their work. This panel will explore the value of networking and mutual support as well as two programs that leverage and nurture that aspect of water sector culture.