Residuals and Biosolids Conference 2024

June 18 - 21, 2024  |  Oklahoma City, OK

Pre-Conference Workshops June 18 | Exhibition June 19-20

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

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Check out the full list of three, full-day pre-conference workshops; 27 technical sessions; and several poster sessions.

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Registration & Hotel

Event registration and hotel reservations open now.
Register by May 10 to get Early Bird rates.

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Hotel Information


See all of the RBC 2024 exhibitors registered so far. In the exhihibiion, you can find the latest products and services and network with your peers.

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Exhibit & Sponsor Information

Friends of Biosolids Event

Join conference attendees and the Oklahoma Water Environment Association for an evening of networking, hors d’oeuvres, and cash bar.

UCO Boathouse at Riversport OKC
Tuesday, June 18 from 5:30pm-8:30pm
732 Riversport Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73129

There is no cost to attend, but please RSVP!

Registration Information

Registration for the WEF Residuals and Biosolids Conference is now open!


Early Bird Registration Fee

By May 10

Standard Registration Fee

On/After May 11

  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 Oklahoma Water Environment Association.

Workshop & Tour Rates

Optional Event Date & Time *Member *Non-Member
**Workshop A: Upgrading Biogas to Renewable Natural Gas June 18
$195 $225
**Workshop B: Dewatering Optimization – Practical Ways to Improve Performance June 18
$195 $225
**Workshop C: A Cradle-to-Cradle Approach to Fugitive Methane Quantification and Abatement June 18
$195 $225
Tour A: Modern Composting in Midwest City June 20
$50 $50
Tour B: City of Edmond-Aerobic Digestion and Dewatering Facility Tour June 20
$50 $50

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

** Lunch will be included.

To Register, follow these steps:

  • Click on the Register Now link.
  • Use WEF Account Lookup to see if you have an existing account or WEF membership.
  • Nonmembers, choose "Continue as a Nonmember" or join/renew your membership 

For step-by-step instructions on the registration process, view the registration tutorial pdf.

View onsite Registration Hours and Location

Registration Fee Includes

  • Access to Technical Sessions
  • Networking events
  • Digital conference proceedings
  • Lunch & Reception – Wednesday, June 19
  • Lunch – Thursday, June 20

Workshops are not included with conference registration.

Member Rate Qualifications
To qualify for member rates, you must have a current individual WEF membership, valid through the date of the event you are attending. You should have your member ID number. Though your institution may be a member of WEF, you must maintain an individual WEF membership to be eligible to receive the member rate.

If you are not a WEF member or your membership lapses and is not renewed by the time of the event, you will either have to join/renew your membership or pay the non-member rate for the event.

Students who are not members of WEF must pay the student nonmember rate and provide proof of student status, during the registration process.

Online registration payments are by credit card only (Visa, Mastercard, or American Express). 

Cancellation and Substitution
A written request for cancellation/refund must be submitted by Friday, May 31, 2024. WEF will charge a 25% cancellation fee and refund 75%. No refunds will be issued for cancellations requested after Friday, May 31, 2024. Rather than canceling, consider sending a substitute. An organization may submit a request to substitute one person for another in writing by Friday, May 31, 2024.

Important Note
All attendees must have a unique email address registered. If you are registering for someone else, please enter their email address.

Policies, Terms, and Conditions

Housing Information

Look before you book!

The Omni Oklahoma City is the only official conference hotel and is accepting reservations directly by telephone or online via the booking links posted below. WEF has not authorized or endorsed any third party housing service or independent broker to process hotel reservations for the Residuals and Biosolids Conference 2024. For your own protection, do not make reservations through any other housing or travel company. Neither WEF nor the Omni Oklahoma City hotel can assist you with reservation problems if you book through another agency.

2024 Conference Headquarters Hotel: 

** There is a possibility that when you book your hotel room, the conference headquarters hotel (Omni OKC) may be sold out on June 18th and 19th. If you are unable to book your entire stay with the Omni, you can stay nearby at the Courtyard by Marriott for a rate of $189 - $259 per night plus tax. Click here to book with the Marriott.  **

Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
100 Oklahoma City Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73109

Located next door to the Oklahoma City Convention Center, the Omni Oklahoma City hotel pays homage to the heritage and culinary prowess of the city. Guest rooms offer uninterrupted views of Scissortail Park or the downtown skyline and are outfitted with modern in-room amenities, including Keurig coffee makers and fast Wi-Fi. The Omni offers seven dining destinations that showcase the best cuisine in OKC. Relax at the rooftop pool and keep up with workouts in its state-of-the-art fitness center. Or treat yourself post-conference at Mokara Spa before heading to an event at the Paycom Center, to dinner in Bricktown, or other nearby attractions. 

  • Conference Rate: $229.00/night + 14.125% occupancy tax (subject to change)
  • Conference Rate Deadline: May 24, 2024

Hotel rooms at the conference rate are not guaranteed. They will be offered until they either sell out or until the May 24, 2024, deadline (whichever occurs first).

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Reserve Hotel at Government Rate 

Travel and Accessibility

Getting To and Around Oklahoma City

Will Rogers World Airport (OKC) is approximately 10.5 miles from The Omni Oklahoma City Hotel.

  • Lyft and Uber are authorized to operate at OKC.
  • Taxis are located in the Transportation Plaza which is accessed from the baggage claim (lower) level. Prices vary among companies and minimum fares may be charged. Rates are posted on the exterior of the vehicles.
  • Hotel Omni Oklahoma City offers overnight valet parking at $34/day plus tax, hourly valet parking starts at $15 plus tax from arrival up to four (4) hours and $25 plus tax from four (4) hours up to eight (8) hours.

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