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Solving Tomorrow's
Water Resource Challenges Today

2016 Mid-Atlantic Conference of the American Water Resources Association
September 15 & 16, 2016
Wilmington, DE

Thank you for attending! The Presentations can be found Here!

Take a look at the conference program here!

Keynote Speakers:

Thursday Morning

  • Mr. Dennis W. Doll, Chairman, President & CEO of Middlesex Water to share his perspectives on water supply management in the context of the Flint, MI crisis: "Infrastructure Failures - The Role of Money and Politics in the Causes and Solutions".
Friday Morning
  • Mr. Chris Crockett, P.E., Ph.D. Vice President/Chief Environmental Officer with Aqua America and Former Deputy Commissioner of Philadelphia Water Department. Dr. Crockett will lead us down the path of several possible futures of water resources in the region looking at these factors and challenge attendees to determine which future they want to help make for the regions water resources.

Presented by the Delaware Section-AWRA

In conjunction with the
National Capital Region Section,
New Jersey State Section,
Pennsylvania State Section, and
Philadelphia Metropolitan Area Section






The Mid-Atlantic Conference (MAC) is made possible by the generosity and support of our sponsors. The benefits to organizations who participate in the program include added visibility, increased name recognition, and the opportunity to build awareness of products and services. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please visit our Sponsor page to see a list of the 2016 MAC sponsors.

Conference Highlights:

  • Two days of technical sessions, including keynote presentations
  • Lunch and continental breakfast provided with registration (as well as a snack on Thursday afternoon)
  • Two free field tours
  • Poster sessions
  • Exhibits – The exhibit hall will provide the opportunity for attendees and exhibitors to connect and build partnerships.
  • Thursday Evening Banquet
  • Conference Scavenger hunt

Who should attend?

  • State, county, and municipal officials, planners, and engineers
  • Environmental and engineering consultants
  • Health officials and researchers
  • Water purveyors
  • Watershed association members
  • Soil Conservation District officials
  • Scientists from academic institutions
  • Graduate and undergraduate students

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