Reminder and Extension on Call for Abstracts for Annual Conference
Friday, May 09, 2014
Posted by: Melonie Walter
New Deadline Friday June 13, 2014
ARCSA 2014 Annual Conference
Phoenix Convention Center * Phoenix, Arizona
Rainwater Harvesting: Solutions to U.S. Water Supply Challenges
ARCSA's 10th Annual Conference - Educational Rainwater Workshops on Nov. 13-16 and 20th* Annual Conference on Nov. 17-18 * ARCSA/IA EXPO on Nov. 19-20.
This year ARCSA is celebrating its TWENTY YEAR ANNIVERSARY and our Conference will focus on the challenges that the United States water supply faces and how Rainwater Harvesting can provide economically and environmentally viable solutions. ARCSA’s Celebrity Key Note Speaker and notable educators and professionals will discuss fragile water supplies, impacts on water supplies by drought and flooding, four steps to a clean tank, and other topics such as myths about rainwater harvesting systems. We will also discuss the latest on legislative actions, codes and standards, rainwater guidelines, and stormwater guidelines. A conference wrap-up will include a panel and attendee discussion on how rainwater catchment in the U.S. can help provide solutions to U.S. water challenges.
This year promises to be another exciting conference as we continue our relationship with the Irrigation Association (IA) and provide attendees both ARCSA's educational rainwater sessions and IA's educational irrigation sessions as well as access to the irrigation/rainwater/pond exhibition.
ARCSA’s arrangement with the IA will ensure highly visible, well attended lectures. All lectures will be held either on Monday November 17th or Tuesday, November 18th. Anyone interested in presenting at the Conference is encouraged to submit an abstract of their proposed topic. The abstract should not exceed ½ page. All submissions include the following information: presentation title, author(s) name, organization(s), contact phone number(s) and email address(s) and author’s expertise and qualifications. A list of suggested topics is as follows:
- Fragile water supplies - Panel discussion on the impacts drought and disasters on our centralized water supplies (Decentralized individual rainwater supplies)
- Passive rainwater catchment through LID
- When it storms, we collect (stormwater catchment systems)
- Innovative technologies and approaches
- Non-traditional applications & challenges (agricultural, cold climate, etc.)
Abstracts may be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org in Word or PDF format. Submissions may also be faxed to (602) 952-9316 or mailed to ARCSA at 7650 S. McClintock Dr. Ste 103 #134 Tempe, AZ 85284-1673.
More information about the conference may be found at: www.arcsa.org Questions? Call (512) 617-6528.
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