Call for Papers


Meeting/Conference


Event Date


Location


Abstract Submittal Deadline

Spring Joint Regional Conference & Exhibition April 1-2, 2020 DCU Center, Worcester, MA October 15, 2019
2020 Annual Conference September 20-23, 2020 Mt. Washington, Bretton Woods, NH March 13, 2020
Water Resources & Sustainability Symposium October 2020 TBD May 24, 2020
IT & Asset Managment Fair November 2020 TBD June 10, 2020
NEWWA/RIWWA November Monthly Meeting November 2020 TBD April 30, 2020
December Monthly Meeting December 17, 2020 The Lantana, Randolph, MA September 15, 2020
NEWWA/NHWWA January Monthly Meeting January 2021 TBD October 15, 2020


NEWWA conferences and meetings provide information on a wide range of water works topics. The Program Committee is soliciting abstracts of presentations for upcoming monthly meetings and conferences. The committee is interested in topics related to all areas of the water profession including, but not limited to:

Treatment Technology • Distribution Maintenance • Safety or Other Personnel Management Areas • Distribution System Upgrades • Demand Management & Conservation • Customer Service • Water Utility Financing • Regulations • Water Supply-Related Case Studies •  Management Innovations • Public Communication or Outreach • Source Water Protection • Watershed Management • Information Technology and Innovation • Benchmarking/Quality Utility Service • Water Quality

Abstract Requirements/Information:   If you have an abstract you would like to be considered for presentation at a monthly meeting or one of our two major conferences, please use the button below.  To submit an abstract for NEWWA symposia, click the link in the above table.

All presenters are asked to become familiar with and follow the Presentation Content Guidelines

The association does not provide honorariums or reimburse travel expenses to speakers at conferences or meetings. Speakers will receive a discounted conference registration. Speakers chosen for the September Annual Conference must submit a written paper at the conference. A written paper can be any length. It must include objectives, background, a summary of what occurred, and the conclusion or results of the project.

If you have any questions, please contact Christina Jones, Program Committee Abstract Coordinator at CLJones@tighebond.com or Jacqui Campana at NEWWA at jcampana@newwa.org.

NOTE: A Copy Transfer Agreement must be signed by all those submitting a paper.