Veolia Events

Water is a precious resource and is becoming increasingly scarce. Veolia Water Technologies is committed to helping professionals best manage this resource by holding educational seminars. 

These events provide attendees the opportunity to connect with the world's most knowledgeable and innovative experts in water and wastewater treatment. Guests will gain practical insights about the latest trends, technologies, services, and information on how to most efficiently manage water at their own facility. 

Produced Water Treatment Seminar for the Permian Basin

Our water treatment experts will share the latest advancements in water treatment technologies that can reduce or eliminate deep well injection of produced water by enabling water reuse or discharge to surface waters. Don't miss this opportunity to learn how to turn produced water into an asset!

Tuesday, April 17 |  Midland, Texas

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WEF Residuals and Biosolids Conference & Kruger After Hours Event

Join Kruger at the WEF Residuals and Biosolids conference at Booth #315 on May 15-18, 2018 to find out more about our resilient, efficient and robust biosolids and bioenergy technologies.

After Hours join Kruger for an evening of fun and networking at The Duce from 7pm-10pm. 

Wednesday, May 16 | Phoenix, AZ

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Hydrocarbon and Chemical Processing Water Treatment Seminar

Veolia is hosting a one-day educational seminar on to explore cost savings and production advantages from optimization of your water systems. Design concept development, how the technologies work, cost considerations and delivery methods will be discussed for selected projects.

Wednesday, May 16 | Wilmington, DE

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Water & Resource Conservation | Seminar for Food & Beverage Facilities

Need Help with Your Water & Sustainability Goals?

Veolia is hosting a one-day educational seminar on to explore the latest industry advancements to help attendees reach their water and resource conservation goals. 

Tuesday, May 22 | Portland, Oregon

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