WaterPro is the annual conference of the National Rural Water Association.
WaterPro is designed to bring together water and wastewater utility systems - large and small, municipal and rural - for sessions in operations, management, boardsmanship and governance.
At the WaterPro Conference, you'll find an exhibit hall jam-packed with new products and technology that will keep you up to date on the ever-changing needs in the water industry.
WaterPro is THE networking place to be! Come see old friends and make new friends in the Rural Water family tradition!
WaterPro is designed to bring together water and wastewater utility systems - large and small, municipal and rural.
Take part in the education, networking and hands-on instruction of the largest and most active utility membership in the nation. Make contact with professionals in every aspect of the water industry, including systems operations specialists, utility managers, board members and representatives from regulatory agencies.
WaterPro attendees WANT to meet with YOU
A top suggestion in post-conference surveys was more time to see exhibits and meet with exhibitors.
WaterPro has set aside time and space to ensure our attendees can tour the exhibit hall
The WaterPro agenda includes blocks of time for attendees to network and tour the exhibit hall, including time with no scheduled educational sessions.
WaterPro provides new and innovative ways to interact with attendees
Text updates, networking pavilions, demos and on-the-floor sessions don't just provide increased value for our attendees, they provide more opportunities for our exhibitors to interact with conference attendees.
The National Rural Water Association (NRWA) was formed in 1976. Prior to that, rural and small utilities, with populations of 10,000 or less (comprising 92% of our nations community water supplies), had little if any voice in legislative and regulatory issues. Today, NRWA through its State Rural Water affiliates is the nation’s largest water and wastewater utility membership association with over 31,000 members.
Co-located conference with the Ground Water Protection Council Annual Forum.