Apr 18, 2019

SWS Conference & Exhibition Abstracts Deadline Extended

Submissions for abstracts have been extended to May 3

Submissions for abstracts have been extended to May 3
Submissions for abstracts have been extended to May 3.

Update: Abstract submissions have been extended to May 3.

There is one day left to submit abstracts for the third-annual SWS Conference & Exhibition. The event will be held Nov. 12 to 14, 2019, at the Tinley Park Convention Center in Tinley Park, Ill. Abstract submissions are due April 19, 2019.

The event includes comprehensive storm water training sessions, exhibits, and educational seminars, providing industry professionals with efficient, responsible and economical solutions for storm water and erosion control challenges.

Presenters at the conference have the opportunity to share their knowledge with storm water and erosion control professionals and network with industry leaders. They also can earn PDH credits and stay current on the latest industry technology.

This call invites experts from storm water-related organizations and disciplines to submit an abstract to present at the conference and/or provide a poster to display. Demonstration sessions of storm water tools and applications also are encouraged.

Some suggested abstract topics include:

  • Monitoring, Inspection, and Maintenance;

  • Modeling and Research;

  • Storm Water Practices and BMPs Planning and Design;

  • Agriculture and Storm Water Management;

  • Stream and Wetlands Restoration;

  • Storm Water Retrofits;

  • Green Infrastructure;

  • Industrial Storm Water Management;

  • MS4 Program Management;

  • Watershed Planning;

  • CSO/SSO/I&I;

  • Erosion Control;

  • Legal Issues in Storm Water and Watershed Management;

  • Managing Storm Water in Transportation Projects;

  • Agency Program Updates; and

  • Communications/PR in the Storm Water Sector.

For more information and to submit an abstract, click here. Presenters of accepted presentations will receive a discounted conference registration rate.

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