E3 Symposium: Economics of Water
Water flows across all industries and innovative approaches are needed to manage this vital resource and the related environment. Indeed, water has been identified as one of 10 critical infrastructure sectors in Canada that contribute to the successful implementation of many industry ventures. Understanding the challenges and opportunities associated with water resource management enables businesses to enhance profitability and create growth with the effective application of sustainable water systems. Proper water resource management is also an important tool for governments to consistently safeguard the public’s essential needs and protect it against floods and other damage. This calls for highlighting existing collaborations and forging new and meaningful partnerships. All stakeholders that impact the availability of quality water, at the quantities needed for a broad spectrum of sustainable water uses, must finds ways to communicate and work together.
The School of Engineering Technology & Applied Science, Centennial Energy Institute, and Centennial’s Emergency Management & Public Safety Institute invite you to our 2014 E3 Symposium: Economics of Water. This event will showcase some of the leading water innovators from a range of industrial sectors and municipal users.
WHEN: Friday, May 9, 2014
WHERE: Centennial College: Progress Campus, Library Building Auditorium
941 Progress Avenue, Toronto, Ontario
Your presence at the 2014 E3 Symposium will provide you with the unique opportunity to communicate directly with a diverse and influential group of delegates. Join top educators, industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and researchers at this exciting networking event.
Presenters include: Suncor Energy Inc., Portlands Energy Centre, Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA), Walkerton Clean Water Center (WCWC), Canadian Urban Institute, Housing, Infrastructure & Emergency Issues Mgt at Assembly of First Nations, Aziza Chaouni Projects, Ontario Centres of Excellence, and University of Toronto