Residuals and Biosolids 2024 Exhibition & Sponsorship

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WEF_Res&Bio_Webgraphic_702x395.pngThis is your opportunity to increase visibility and brand awareness with 700+ professionals in your market base.

Sponsorships

Benefit from an integrated marketing and promotional campaign that positions your organization as a premier source for solutions and advice.

2024 Residuals and Biosolids
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Each opportunity offers multiple brand exposures before, during, and after the event, at price points designed for any marketing plan.

 

Exhibition

Further information and pricing will be available soon! Please contact Nic Christy, Sales Director, at nchristy@weftec.org for more information until then.

Booth Pricing: $26/sqft Members
                     $32/sqft Nonmembers
                     $85 corner fees

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