Innovations in Treatment Technology 2024 Registration & Hotel

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Registration

Registration for the Innovations in Treatment Technology 2024 Conference will open February 27, 2024!

Registration Early Bird Registration Fee Standard Registration Fee
  Member* Nonmember Member* Nonmember
Full Conference  $715 $1,025 $925 $1,335
Full Conference Student $0 $225** $0 $290**
One Day Conference $415 $550 $535 $685
Expo Only $100 $100 $100 $100

*You must be an active WEF Member to qualify for these rates. Join or renew today.

**Student Nonmember: To qualify for the Student Non-Member rate, you must provide proof of enrollment in a minimum of six (6) credit hours at an accredited college or university and provide written documentation on school letterhead, verifying your student status.

This conference is hosted by the Water Environment Federation, in cooperation with the Virginia Water Environment Association.

Optional Event Rates

 

Hotel

Conference Headquarters Hotel:

DoubleTree by Hilton Virginia Beach
Next to the Virginia Beach Convention Center (2-block walk outdoors), across the street from the Virginia Beach Sports Center, and approximately 1-mile from the Virginia Beach boardwalk/oceanfront. Enjoy amenities like free parking and complimentary guestroom WiFi, a heated indoor pool, and a warm DoubleTree cookie when you arrive.

Conference Rate: $120.00/night plus 15% nightly occupancy tax and $2.00 nightly occupancy fee (taxes and fees subject to change)

The conference room block will open in late February 2024.

Conference Rate Deadline: April 29, 2024
Hotel rooms at the conference rate are not guaranteed. They will be offered until they either sell out or until the April 29, 2024, deadline (whichever occurs first).

Questions? Please contact: Registration@wef.org

 

Travel and Accessibility

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