2018 Water Conservation Expo and Vendor Fair
The South Florida Water Management District and the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association are partnering to host the 2018 Water Conservation Expo and Vendor Fair. This year's free event will focus on advancements and trends in water conservation for public utilities.
- Learn about metering technology and software programs to increase water use efficiency
- Identify methods to successfully engage customers regarding effective water conservation practices
- Hear about successful water conservation programs and partnerships
- Network with other water conservation and industry professionals
- Check out water saving technology and hardware at the Vendor Fair
Expo Details and Registration
Friday, March 2, 2018 – 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
SFWMD Headquarters – B-1 Auditorium
3301 Gun Club Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
- Participants: Register for the 2018 Water Conservation Expo and Vendor Fair
- Vendors: Register to secure your exhibit space at the 2018 Water Conservation Expo and Vendor Fair
- Agenda [PDF]
For more information, contact Jim Harmon at email@example.com or (561) 682-6777.
2017 Water Conservation Expo and Vendor Fair
The 2017 Water Conservation Expo and Vendor Fair, hosted by the South Florida Water Management District and sponsored by the Florida Irrigation Society, attracted more than 110 conservation-conscious irrigation professionals to SFWMD headquarters on Feb. 24, 2017. The focus of last year's event was reducing water use in the irrigation, landscape and nursery industries.
Speakers at the expo included representatives from the District, Walt Disney World Company, the Florida Turfgrass Association, DB Green Integration, Ewing Irrigation and a dynamic panel discussion with three representatives highlighting their successful irrigation retrofit projects. Participants from the public and private sectors attended the full day of sessions on topics including the Florida Water Star program, irrigation system renovation, designing a low water-use Florida-friendly landscape and the importance of conserving water.