SGC Water Group Partners with The Utility Expo for a Water Pavilion
Leading B2B brands for the water industry will host a Water Pavilion with booths, demonstrations and educational sessions at The Utility Expo
The Scranton Gillette Communications Water Group, which includes Water & Wastes Digest and Storm Water Solutions, announced today it will bring a Water Pavilion to The Utility Expo Sept. 28 to 30, 2021 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky.
“AEM’s Utility Expo is a world-class event that draws over 19,000 utility and construction professionals, which is why our market-leading brands, Storm Water Solutions and Water & Wastes Digest, are extremely excited to have this opportunity to partner with this event,” said SGC Infrastructure Group Senior VP & Water Group Publisher Ryan Hanson. “By solidifying this partnership we will help elevate the water market coverage and content as it relates to the utility market and the Utility Expo.”
The Utility Expo, formerly known as ICUEE, covers 30 acres and is the largest event for utility professionals and construction contractors seeking the latest industry technologies, innovations, and trends. Its new name better reflects The Utility Expo experience as a place for professionals of all utilities to come together and share new equipment, ideas and solutions.
“We are excited to be working with Scranton Gillette Communications Water Group to bring an increased focus on water and wastewater to The Utility Expo” said John Rozum, show director for The Utility Expo. “It’s critical given our aging infrastructure and the need for rehabilitation and replacement.”
Water & Wastes Digest and Storm Water Solutions are two premiere publications in their related fields, and they are proud to present the Water Pavilion at The Utility Expo. This pavilion will feature exhibitor booths, technology demonstrations and educational sessions related to the water industry for attendees.
Water & Wastes Digest and Storm Water Solutions are soliciting abstracts for the educational lineup for this pavilion. Abstracts must relate to the drinking water, wastewater or storm water industries by highlighting the latest research and findings, technology advancements or innovative solutions for utilities. Submit an abstract on the Water & Wastes Digest website: https://www.wwdmag.com/form/the-utility-expo-submit-abstract.
Registration for the Utility Expo will open in May 2021.
Scranton Gillette Communications
For more than 114 years, Scranton Gillette Communications has prided itself on bringing vital information and expertise to specialty business-to-business markets including infrastructure, construction, water and music. Today that communication spans multiple digital, print and experience channels, with award-winning magazines, custom media solutions, face-to-face and virtual events, creative services and audience development.
Water & Wastes Digest
Water & Wastes Digest is the premier multimedia brand for the water and wastewater sector covering new developments in products, technology, and projects in print and online. WWD has established high journalistic credibility with well-researched, in-depth features that are valued and recognized by its peers.
WWD serves readers in the municipal and industrial water and wastewater industries. Its subscribers include corporate and government administrators, operators, engineers, consultants and contractors with buying and specifying authority for water and wastewater equipment and services.
Storm Water Solutions
Storm Water Solutions’ editorial mission is to provide unique, comprehensive content that covers timely news, storm water and erosion control industry trends, technical solutions and best practices. The editorial staff strives to provide a trusted business platform that effectively connects industry decision-makers and solution providers.
SWS serves readers in the storm water and erosion control industries. Subscribers include engineers, contractors, government officials and other professionals who actively design, specify, buy and maintain storm water and erosion control industry equipment and services.