LI Water Symposium


The Second Annual Long Island Water Quality Symposium will be held on Friday, Oct. 10, 2014 at Carlyle On the Green in Bethpage State Park. The symposium will bring together environmental experts, environmentalists, industry representatives, public officials and citizens to focus on the quality of Long Island’s water and what can be done to protect this most valuable resource.  Topics will include the state of Long Island’s aquifer, sewers, funding resources, advanced water treatment and technologies, and local government initiatives.

The event will feature introductory remarks from Suffolk County Executive, Steve Bellone, who will be later joined by Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and a panel of elected officials who will address steps local government is taking to improve Long Island’s groundwater, surface water, and water treatment. The program includes a series of presentations by water industry experts, who will update attendees on the status of Long Island’s major aquifer, water pollution protection systems, proactive wastewater management and sewers.

The symposium is open to the public, however, seating is limited and pre-registration is required. A confirmation email must be presented at the door. To reserve a seat, please email your request to no later than Oct. 2.

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