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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1

Join P3 practitioners and experts from the public, private and nonprofit sectors in Washington D.C., this November for the Integrated Water and Stormwater Management Symposium. Across the country, jurisdictions are struggling to balance the need to invest in strategies to preserve water quality and calls to spend limited government funds on other pressing public infrastructure needs.

Recognizing this troubling state of affairs, the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships with funding from the Chesapeake Bay Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns Grant Program, will convene this unique symposium on November 1.

PARTICIPANTS

Participant Information Coming Soon

TOPICS

This year’s conference theme is The State of Water & Stormwater Infrastructure. Stay tuned for an updated agenda in coming weeks.

  • The current state of stormwater and water infrastructure
  • An exploration of success stories, such as EPA Region 3’s highly effective, Community-Based Public-Private Partnership projects, which addresses stormwater management challenges while providing jobs and improving local economic conditions
  • A discussion of integrated development approaches and other ways public-private partnerships can play in improving the state of stormwater and water infrastructure, including:
    • System funding
    • Resilience
    • Capacity enhancement
    • Technological innovations
    • Project delivery
    • Future needs
  • Proprietary studies and research key players in the stormwater and integrated water management arenas are conducting

LOCATION

FHI 360 Conference Center

1825 Connecticut Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20009

REGISTRATION

NCPPP/WEF/ASCE Members

Non-Members

Non-Profit/Educational/Academic

(Earlybird rates offered through October 15th)

Public Officials

This project has been funded wholly or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under assistance agreement CB96336601 to Maryland Department of Natural Resources. The contents of this document do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Environmental Protection Agency, nor does the EPA endorse trade names or recommend the use of commercial products mentioned in this document.