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Conference Agenda

2 Day Conference: 26 - 27 February 2009.

bullet Day One: Thursday 26 February 2009
bullet Day Two: Friday 27 February 2009


Day One: Thursday 26 February 2009

0730 Executive Breakfast Briefing; Insights & Prediction Into The Costs, Quality & Environmental Impacts Of Water In The Future

Increasingly, water is going to become a decisive factor in how companies operate in the near future. Unless steps are taken today to firm up the sustainability aspects of managing the amount of water consumed, your business could be left in a situation where the viability of your business is at stake.

This 45-minute breakfast briefing is a chance for delegates to familiarize themselves with:
  • Understanding global water availability and quality now and in the future, based on projected population changes, price of energy and raw materials, farming demands, industrial usage changes and climatic changes
  • The key definitions and terms associated with corporate footprinting - including sustainable water management, water stress, water availability, water efficiency, water offsets, water stewardship, water neutrality, green, blue and grey water
  • What are the large-scale economic, social, and environmental issues at play for the private sector in the world of water today?
  • What efforts--the CEO Water Mandate, the Water Footprint Network, the Alliance for Water Stewardship--are underway to provide structure and leadership opportunities for the private sector on water issues.
Jonathan C. Kaledin, Blue Water Certification Program Director, The Nature Conservancy


0815 Morning Coffees and Registration

What Is Your Water Footprint?

0840 Morning Chairman’s Opening Session – A Comprehensive Introduction To Water Footprints
  • A brief history of the concept – what is a water footprint?
  • Why are we here talking about water footprinting?
  • What are the specific threats and opportunities?
  • What can be learned from corporate initiatives taking place today?
  • How to proceed in a practical way at the short term?
  • The long-term vision on future developments - where are we heading?
Arjen Y. Hoekstra, Professor in Water Management, Twente Water Centre - University of Twente and Scientific Director, Water Footprint Network

0855 Questions & Discussion

Why Measure Your Water Footprint?
Developing An Overall Business Case For Quantifying &
Reducing Water Usage & Impacts

OPENING KEYNOTE PANEL
0900 Making The Business Case For Measuring Your Water Footprint
  • Demonstrating business benefits by linking the water footprint concept to
    • Water and energy bill savings
    • Economic and environmental sustainability
    • The broader sustainability agenda including existing carbon reduction programmes
  • Ensuring your business doesn’t make expensive mistakes by spending unnecessary money
  • 5 mini-case studies; Demonstrating the corporate drivers for measuring and reducing your overall water footprint incorporating
    • Business facilities, sites & offices
    • Manufacturing and production operations
    • Products
    • Raw materials
    • Supply chain
  • Gaining finance director buy-in on the business benefits
    • Risk assessment and mitigation – global, regional, local
    • Cost savings
    • Managing supply chain uncertainties
    • Business continuity and future security
    • Reputation and responsibility
  • Pay back periods
Facilitated by:
Paul Valeck, Global Product Manager, GE Water & Process Technologies

Michael Kobori, Vice President, Supply Chain Social and Environmental Sustainability, Levi Strauss & Co.
Kevin Mathews, Director Health and Environmental Affairs, Nestle Waters North America
Kim Marotta, Vice President Corporate Responsibility, MillerCoors
John Frazier, Director of Considered Chemistry and Environment, Safety, and Health, Nike
Denise Knight, Global Water Initiative Manager, The Coca-Cola Company

0950 Questions & Discussion

KEYNOTE PANEL SESSION 2
1000 Understanding Key Stakeholders Perspectives On The Commercial Viability Of Water Usage Measurement & Reduction
  • Examining key stakeholders perspectives on how water links into economic and environmental sustainability
    • Investors
    • Retailers
    • Customers
    • Farmers
  • Understanding the opportunities for reducing your water footprint within internal operations
    • Demonstrating the energy savings from implementing water conservation and water efficiency projects
    • Comparing water and energy on the environmental axis
      • In manufacturing and production, for example, should you use more cold water to save energy or use more energy to save water?
  • Comparing the costs vs. benefits of investing in
    • Waste water treatment investment programs
    • Reuse and recycling
    • Rainfall storage and water treatment technologies
    • Supply chain programmes including outsourced manufacturing
  • Assessing investment payback periods
Zack Mansdorf, Senior VP, Safety, Health and Environment, L’Oreal North America & Worldwide
Simon Houghton-Dodd, Head of Quality & Sustainability, Tate & Lyle Sugars
Lauren Orme, Sustainable Development Manager - Raw Materials, Marks & Spencer
Jeffrey L. Hanratty, Manager, Auditing and Continuous Improvement, General Mills

1035 Questions & Discussion

1045 Morning Refreshments Served In The Exhibition Showcase Zone – Meet Industry Stakeholders To Share Ideas, Discuss New Approaches & Talk Through Solutions

Developing A View Of Your Water Footprint To Understand Total Water Consumption & How It Relates To Reducing Energy & Carbon Footprints

1115 A Holistic Approach to Water, Energy and Waste Reduction
  • Evaluating sustainability philosophy
  • Unique approach to water & energy management in food and beverage processing
  • A waste to energy conversion case-study at a bourbon distillery
Roger Tippett, V P Research, Development & Engineering - Water & Energy Management, Ecolab

1135 Questions & Discussion

DAIRY PROCESSING CASE STUDY
1145 Developing A View Of Your Water Footprint To Understand Total Water Consumption & How It Relates To Reducing Energy & Carbon Footprints - Conserving Water And Turning Effluent Into Energy
  • Tensions between delivering low prices whilst also pursuing an aggressive sustainability agenda
  • Gathering operational data on water availability and quality
  • Water is often an overlooked issue - adopting a holistic multi-national, group-wide perspective to water and analyzing how this relates to reducing energy, waste and carbon costs
  • Understanding the real cost and value of water
Chip Jones, Senior VP Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, Dean Foods

1205 Questions & Discussion

1215 Profitable Performance with a Smaller Environmental Footprint
  • Measuring, analyzing and understanding your plant water costs;
  • Creating a Base Line: Gathering operational data on water quality, flows and volume usage from water in to water out of your plant;
  • Benchmarking Your Water Usage: Plant to plant, plant to Corporate, Corporate to Industry;
  • Designing the path forward and implementing improvement projects to secure sustainable gains.
Manian Ramesh, CTO, Nalco

1235 Questions & Discussion

Comparing Different Methodologies For Credibly Measuring Water Usage – What Are The Emerging Standards?

KEYNOTE PANEL
1245 New Water Measurement Tools and Current Thinking About A Framework and Standards for Water StewardshipWhich Tools & Techniques Will Become Tomorrow’s Standard?
  • Understanding the Water Footprint Tool
    • Understanding The Impact Of Your Water Usage Whilst Working Towards A Response
    • Defining impact – what do you mean by this?
    • Once you understand what your water footprint is and where it comes from, how do you reduce impacts locally?
    • How do you measure impact in practice?
    • Incorporating all regional and local dimensions into impact assessment
    • Practical tips towards strategizing a response - once you know your impact
  • Assessing operational water usage in a local context
    • Overcoming the data sourcing challenges associated with this model
  • Examining LCA of water usage and relating the model to climate change and energy costs
  • Assessing the strengths and weaknesses of the latest models
  • From footprint to policy – Understanding the roadmap for business engagement on water
Arjen Y. Hoekstra, Professor in Water Management, Twente Water Centre - University of Twente and Scientific Director, Water Footprint Network
Christopher Williams, Director Freshwater Conservation, WWF
Jonathan C. Kaledin/ Brian Richter, Blue Water Certification Program Director, The Nature Conservancy
Jason Morrison, Program Director for the Pacific Institute

1.15 Questions & Discussion

1.25 Networking Buffet Lunch Served In The Exhibition Area

How To Implement A Corporate Water Footprinting Program

DUAL PERSPECTIVE CASE STUDY
2.30 Building A Strategy To Understand The Overall Water Footprint Of A Product
  • Grasping the link between carbon, water, and energy footprint impacts
  • Developing guidelines for establishing your water footprint across internal operations and the supply chain
  • Understanding water scarcity and regulatory issues within a region to build a matrix of costs vs. region
    • Defining local boundaries, including local catchment areas and regional river basins
  • Understanding global supply chain impacts
    • Example; Measuring the volumes of raw material sourced and agricultural water consumption (irrigation)
  • Assessing what data is available, globally and locally
  • Gathering data from different sources
  • Choosing a methodology and assessment model
  • Integrating data to develop a sustainable strategy
  • Sharing responsibilities with suppliers and stakeholders in the market
  • Benchmarking with the competition for a clearer understanding of your water footprint
Kevin Mathews, Director Health and Environmental Affairs, Nestle Waters North America
Denise Knight, Global Water Initiative Manager, The Coca-Cola Company

3.10 Questions & Discussion

Understanding The Opportunities For Reducing Your WaterFootprint Within Internal Manufacturing Operations IncludingWaste Water Treatment, Water Reuse & Rainwater Harvesting Which Processes & Technologies Deliver ROI?

DUAL PERSPECTIVE CASE STUDIES
DECREASING ABSOLUTE WATER CONSUMPTION
3.20 Best Practices For Decreasing Direct Water Use In Your Operations
  • Finding out where you use water and establishing a system that encourages conservation in factories, warehouses and administrative centers
  • Understanding which processes can be modified to reduce consumption while maintaining or increasing productivity
  • Searching for quick win opportunities such as substitution of water towers for cooling, water driven vacuum pumps, fire system testing and others
  • Evaluation of reuses of soiled water and control of landscaping uses
  • Establishing a culture of continuous improvement in water conservation with employees including those in offices
  • The cost-benefit selling points for an effective water conservation strategy
Zack Mansdorf, Senior VP, Safety, Health and Environment, L’Oreal North America & Worldwide

DECREASING THE PER UNIT RATIO OF WATER CONSUMED
3.40 How To Decrease Water Usage In Your Facilities
  • Monitoring and calculating water consumption internally
  • Understanding which processes can be modified to reduce consumption
  • Finding out where you use water and establishing a system that encourages conservation in factories, warehouses and administrative centers
  • How to promote these efficiencies with employees
  • Implementing cost effective methodologies to aid water usage reduction
Jim Hanna, Director of Environmental Affairs, Starbucks Coffee Company

4.00 Questions & Discussion

4.10 Afternoon Refreshments Served In The Exhibition Showcase Zone – Meet Industry Stakeholders To Share Ideas, Discuss New Approaches & Talk Through Solutions

MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVE CASE STUDIES
4.40 Reducing Spend On Waste Water Through Sustainable Management
  • Understanding what is considered as dirty water by regulation
  • How to reduce the generation of wastewater
    • Developing waste minimization programs - increasing efficient cleaning processes, water reuse and awareness employee
  • Implementing low cost primary and secondary waste water treatment
Jean-Pierre Rennaud, Environment Director, Danone
Jeffrey L. Hanratty, Manager, Auditing and Continuous Improvement, General Mills
Kevin Rabinovitch, LEED AP, Global Sustainability Director, MARS INC.

5.25 Questions & Discussion

5.35 Strategies For Reducing Water Consumption By 20%

This session will provide an overview on ecomagination, GE's initiative to provide environmentally- and operationally-sound solutions, with a focus on the most recent water reduction goal commitment established by GE. The company's goal to reduce water consumption by 20% by the end of 2012 was announced in May 2008 as a pillar of ecomagination.
  • strategic planning and business team participation
  • water reduction project development
  • and water data collection and reporting
Kristin Morico, Global Leader- GE Water Program, Corporate Environmental Programs, GE Water & Process Technologies

6.00 Questions & Discussion

CASE STUDY; MANAGING FACTORY CONTRACTORS
6.10 Evaluating Water Savings From Water & Waste Water Recycling For Non-Potable Use
  • Overview of Levi’s strategy to plot strategic suppliers against water scarcity map to determine each supplier factory risk and environmental impact
    • Recycle their water and wastewater use
    • Reduce operating cost by recycling wastewater for non-potable use, such as landscaping and sanitary use
    • Working with municipality to make excess recycled water available for the construction or non-potable purposes
Reza Hosseini, Manager, Environmental Site And Compliance Assessment, Levi Strauss & Co.

6.30 Questions & Discussion

PANEL SESSION
6.40 Working With Governments, Local Municipalities, Water Utilities & NGO’s To Explore Opportunities For Water Conservation and Reusing Waste Water From Manufacturing Operations
  • How can business work with local governments, water utilities and NGOs to solve water problems?
  • How can companies protect against disruptions in local water supplies?
  • Understanding the real cost and value of water
  • Understanding how water utilities can help brands measure & reduce water consumption
  • Understanding the real cost and value of water
  • Demonstrating the business benefits of using recycled water, including reduced electricity costs and water bills
  • Understanding where the greatest savings can be made
  • Best practice examples on using cleaned waste water
Robert J. Rose, Office of Water, Policy Office, US EPA
Jesus Rodriguez, Lead Water Conservation Officer, South Florida Water Management District

7.00 Questions & Discussion

7.10 –
8.00
Cocktail Reception In The Exhibition Showcase Area


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Day Two: Friday 27 February 2009

0850 Chair’s Opening Remarks

Managing Your Water Footprint At The Agricultural Level

PANEL SESSION: AGRICULTURAL WATER USAGE & IMPACTS
0900 Strategies For Understanding and Addressing Water Impacts At The Agricultural Stage

70% of today’s freshwater is used during the agricultural phase. This not only contributes heavily to your overall water footprint but also threatens the availability of water in your watersheds and basins.
  • The challenges and opportunities in implementing water footprint for raw materials
  • Difficulties in measuring
    • “It is not just a question of quantifying, it's identifying where your water has come from” - Assessing the impact in a particular location
    • What to include – differentiating the impacts of Green and Blue water
    • Understanding seasonal variations
  • Collecting useful and credible data from farmers
  • Educating, motivating and collaborating with farmers to reduce their water consumption
  • Understanding the regulatory view on the future direction of water sustainability in agriculture
Jim Knutzon, CEO, Farm Fresh Direct
Kai Robertson, Director, Agriculture, WWF

0920 Questions & Discussion

Managing Water Consumption Across The Supply Chain

CASE STUDY
0930 Measuring The Water Footprint Across The Clothing Manufacturing Value Chain
  • Prioritizing water reduction efforts - Methodologies for measuring water consumption in clothing manufacturing
  • Ensuring wet processing suppliers factories should have a waste - water treatment plant
  • Gathering water use and production data from facilities to analyze efficiency between similar set up and product types
  • Reducing operational water usage
  • Raw materials - Steering cotton farmers to use water in a sustainable manner
  • Motivating dying mills to work towards resource reduction and to prioritize water saving
  • Initiating a compliance approach with key fabric suppliers
John Frazier, Director of Considered Chemistry and Environment, Safety, and Health, Nike

0950 Questions & Discussion

1000 Morning refreshments served in the exhibition showcase area

CASE STUDY
1030 Measuring & Reducing Water Footprint Of Food And Grocery Products Throughout The Supply Chain – Upstream and Downstream
  • How to practically conduct water footprint accounting - Taking full account of all water appropriated into the value chain
  • Analysing where the maximum consumption takes place in the life cycle for different products
    • Creating awareness of water intensive stages of each product life cycle
    • Identifying opportunities for water use reduction
    • Analysis consumption upstream and downstream
  • Assessing risks to operations and supply chains
  • Changing consumer behaviour
Toni Saunders, Eco-Efficiency Manufacturing Manager, Unilever

1050 Questions & Discussion

1100 Reducing Water Consumption Within A Global Food & Drink Production & Manufacturing Value Chain
  • Risk analysis of water resources supplying global manufacturing plants
  • Measuring and understanding water footprints in beverage manufacturing operations
  • Reducing water usage in beverage manufacturing operations
  • Reducing wastewater discharge and emissions to the environment
  • Working with communities to improve watershed management
  • Assessing the business case of investing in technologies for recovering waste streams for reuse
Kim Marotta, Vice President Corporate Responsibility, MillerCoors

1120 Questions & Discussion

1130 Footprint Reduction Through Infrastructure Assessment

Randy Cooper, Consulting Engineer, President, Envirologics
Charlie Fricke, Regional Sales Manager, Echologics Engineering

1200 Questions & Discussion

1210 Networking Buffet Lunch Served In The Exhibition Area

DUAL PERSPECTIVE CASE STUDIES
1.20 Water Usage Impact Assessment Across The Supply Chain

1.20 CASE STUDY A: Water Footprints - Putting The Information To Work
  • Completing the water footprint
  • Understanding watersheds for each part of the value chain
  • Creating a sustainability matrix matching water usage with watershed health
  • Building in business risk considerations
  • Case study - Partnership with the World Wildlife Fund
Hugh Share, Director, Anheuser-Busch, Inc.

1.40 CASE STUDY B: Understanding Your Water Usage Impacts Within The Retail Value Chain

  • Strategising globally, acting locally
  • Once you understand what your water footprint is and where it comes from, how do you reduce impacts locally?
  • Incorporating all regional and local dimensions into impact assessment
Lauren Orme, Sustainable Development Manager - Raw Materials, Marks & Spencer

2.00 Questions & Discussion

INDUSTRIAL USERS
2.10 Employing Innovative Technologies To Reduce Water Consumption
  • Lessons learned from the paper and pulp, refining, chemical and other heavy industry sectors
  • Demonstrating examples of new technologies to reduce water consumption within a high volume environment
  • Benchmarking best practice water and wastewater management techniques
  • Benefits of adopting wash water treatments
  • Evaluation of the business case for different technologies
    • Assessing ROI and payback periods
Patrick Campbell, Principal, ENVIRON

2.40 Questions & Discussion

CASE STUDY
2.50 Engaging Supply Chain Partners To Understand Their Use Of Water To Gain A Better Understanding Of Your Overall Water Footprint
  • Taking a life cycle approach to investigate the importance of water
  • Understanding the key impacts across the total supply chain
  • Fostering sound water management principles in the total supply chain
  • Working with suppliers to reduce their contribution to the overall water footprint
  • Changing production techniques in order to save water and reduce amount of wastewater
  • Example – Managing the water footprint of ANDREX® tissue
David Spitzley, Product Sustainability Manager, Kimberly-Clark

3.10 Questions & Discussion

3.20 Afternoon Refreshments

INDUSTRY COLLABORATION BREAKOUT SYNDICATE SESSIONS
3.50 Drawing The Geographical Boundaries Of Your Water Footprint

Delegates are requested to chose, either ONE of the syndicate groups for this discussion

SYNDICATE GROUP 1: Define The Geographical Scope Of Your Local Operational Water Usage Footprint
  • Share research and compare best practice methodologies on understanding the factors that need to be considered within a local area
  • Assessing the water needs of the local environment including rainfall patterns, river basins, crop and plant species
  • Accessing data sources for regional river basins
SYNDICATE GROUP 2: Methodologies For Measuring The Water Footprint Of Raw Materials Sourced Globally
  • Understanding the international variables including climatic, social and political, irrigation, population densities, demand-supply balance
  • What regions will be most affected by a water scarcity?
  • Defining the boundaries of your global water footprint
  • Measuring embedded water, water usage, & water efficiency within global supply chains
  • Measuring water footprints
4.20 Summary Of Critical Factors Summarised To Entire Group

Facilitated by:
Robert J. Rose, Office of Water, Policy Office, US EPA

4.40 Water Roundtables—Fully Engaging the Private Sector in the Alliance for Water Stewardship

Any enduring, successful water stewardship program developed with the private sector in mind must be built from the bottom up: with the full, active participation of the private sector from the very beginning, so that issues are aired and fully vetted, transparency occurs, and as diverse a multi-stakeholder process is put into place as is possible.
  • Identifying key impacts within water use sectors
  • Determining the state of the data at hand and issues regarding such data--contradictions, gaps, redundancies, conformance
  • Scoping sectoral working groups and convening to work on the development of draft standards based on general standards parameters and principles discussed and accepted by working groups
Facilitated by:
Jonathan C. Kaledin/ Brian Richter, Blue Water Certification Program Director, The Nature Conservancy

5.10 Questions & Discussion

5.25 Chair’s Closing Remarks & Close Of Conference


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Michael Kobori, Vice President, Supply Chain Social and Environmental Sustainability, Levi Strauss & Co.
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Zack Mansdorf, Senior VP, Safety, Health and Environment, L’Oreal North America & Worldwide
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Kim Marotta, Vice President Corporate Responsibility MillerCoors
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Jim Hanna, Director of Environmental Affairs, Starbucks Coffee Company
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John Frazier, Director of Considered Chemistry and Environment, Safety, and Health Nike
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Dan Bena, Director Sustainability, Health,
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Hugh Share, Director, Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
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Denise Knight, Global
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Paul Valeck, Global Product Manager, GE Water & Process Technologies
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Toni Saunders, Eco-Efficiency Manufacturing Manager, Unilever
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Simon Houghton-Dodd, Head of Quality & Sustainability, Tate & Lyle Sugars
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Lauren Orme, Sustainable Development Manager - Raw Materials, Marks & Spencer
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Christopher Williams, Director Freshwater Conservation, WWF
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Arjen Y. Hoekstra,
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Twente Water Centre - University of Twente
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Kai Robertson, Director, Agriculture, WWF
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Jonathan C. Kaledin/ Brian Richter, Blue Water Certification Program Director, The Nature Conservancy
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David Spitzley, Product Sustainability Manager, Kimberly-Clark
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Reza Hosseini, Manager, Environmental Site And Compliance Assessment, Levi Strauss & Co.
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Robert J. Rose, Office of Water, Policy Office, US EPA
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Jean-Pierre Rennaud, Environment Director, Danone
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Kevin Rabinovitch, LEED AP, Global Sustainability Director, MARS INC.
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Jason Morrison, Program Director for the Pacific Institute, EPA
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Stuart Orr, Freshwater Policy Officer, WWF-UK
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Jeffrey L. Hanratty, Manager, Auditing and Continuous Improvement, General Mills
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Patrick Campbell, Principal, ENVIRON
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Dr. Manian Ramesh, Chief Technology Officer, Nalco Company
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Roger Tippett, Vice President of Research, Development and Engineering for Water and Energy Management, Ecolab
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Kristin Morico, Global Leader- GE Water Program, Corporate Environmental Programs, GE Water & Process Technologies
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Randy Cooper, Consulting Engineer, President, Envirologics
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Charlie Fricke, Regional Sales Manager, Echologics Engineering
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Jesus Rodriguez, Lead Water Conservation Officer, South Florida Water Management District

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