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Water NZ Conference opens Call for Papers

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New Zealand’s largest water conference and exhibition has opened Call for Papers for this year’s event, taking place in Hamilton from 25-27 September.

This year’s event will include a dedicated trenchless technology stream facilitated and presented by the Australasian Society for Trenchless Technology (ASTT).

ASTT NZ Councillor Blair Telfer said the association is once again looking forward to collaborating with Water NZ on the trenchless stream.

“We’re very proud of New Zealand’s trenchless sector and how we progressively use and innovate trenchless.

“Submitting an abstract for this conference is an opportunity to promote the benefits of a trenchless technology project, product or research to an audience of leading national and international water professionals at one of the region’s leading events in that space.”

In addition to the focus on no-dig methods, abstracts have been requested from a wide and diverse programme of topics, including Drinking Water, Wastewater, Asset Management and Climate Change.

Abstracts submitted must be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 500 words with the selection of papers determined by an abstract peer review process guided by the Technical Committee.

For more information about abstract guidelines and the full list of topics, visit here.

Call for abstracts closes on Wednesday 3 April.

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