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Lead Sponsor

GE Water & Process Technologies


Co-sponsors

ECOLAB

Echologics

Envirologics

ENVIRON

Nalco


Who will attend
  • CEO
  • Senior VP Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability
  • Senior VP, Safety, Health and Environment
  • Vice President, Supply Chain Social and Environmental Sustainability
  • Corporate Affairs Director
  • Health, Safety & Environment Directors
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Directors
  • Sustainability Directors
  • Director of Environmental Affairs
  • Supply Chain Directors
  • Technical Directors
  • Directors Environmental Stewardship
  • Procurement Directors
  • Global Head Of Environment
  • VPs Business Development
  • Head of Corporate Policy for Sustainability & Ethics
  • Head of Sustainable Development
  • Head of CSR
  • Group Head - Development & Projects
  • Science & Technology Leader: Sustainability
  • Energy Managers
  • Product Development Manager
  • Marketing Directors
  • Brand Directors
  • Risk Managers
  • Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Manager
  • Development Manager, Social & Environmental Affairs
  • Category Managers

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Partners

We are pleased to announce our partners for Water Footprint Summit USA.

bullet Alliance for Water Efficiency
bullet Global Environmental Management Initiative
bullet International Private Water Association (IPWA)
bullet The Nature Conservancy
bullet Water Environment Federation (WEF)
bullet Worldwide Food Expo
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Alliance for Water Efficiency  
    
The Alliance for Water Efficiency is a broad-based non-profit organization located in Chicago and dedicated to the efficient and sustainable use of water in the United States and Canada. The Alliance brings together a diverse range of stakeholders to advocate for water-use efficiency and conservation. Providing safe drinking water, maintaining economic competitiveness, and protecting ecosystems are all enhanced by improvements in water use efficiency. We invite you to become a member. Join us at www.allianceforwaterefficiency.org.

For more information visit www.allianceforwaterefficiency.org

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Global Environmental Management Initiative  
   
Since 1990, the Global Environmental Management Initiative (GEMI), comprised of leading companies, has created tools and provided strategies to help business foster global environmental, health and safety excellence (EHS), economic success and corporate citizenship. GEMI provides a forum for corporate environmental sustainability leaders throughout the world to work together, learn from each other through the activities of work groups, benchmark with peers and create tools that can be used by GEMI members and others. Through the collaborative efforts of its members, GEMI also promotes a worldwide business ethic for EHS management and sustainable development through example and leadership. GEMI is unique in that it provides a way for companies in a wide range of industrial sectors to work together in a cost effective manner to address strategic and tactical issues impacting progressive corporate EHS and sustainability activities in their companies around the world.

For more information visit www.gemi.org

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International Private Water Association (IPWA)
   
The International Private Water Association (IPWA) was formed in 1999 to address the changing dynamics that are taking place in individual countries around the world within the context of the evolving water/wastewater infrastructure project and service arena. The Association serves as a conduit between the public and private sector players - facilitating effective timely dialogues that highlight the critical need for speed, transparency and cost-effectiveness in the development/operations of global water and wastewater projects, and the practical means for achieving those elements in projects. More importantly, IPWA is uniquely recognized as one of the few independent organizations that address, as a central part of its mission, the potential expanding role of the private sector as a viable partner to governments and parastatals within the global water/wastewater project and service arena.

IPWA provides ministerial dialogues, workshops, networking receptions, information resources, financial tool options, and model project framework options.

IPWA welcomes members representing the full spectrum of parties involved in the planning, investing, financing, regulating and managing of water/wastewater projects. Members include project developers, construction and engineering firms, equipment suppliers, professional service providers, multilateral funding agencies, water utilities and government ministries, related associations, financial institutions and others interested in the development of public-private partnerships within the water/wastewater project sector.

For more information visit www.ipwa1.org

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The Nature Conservancy  
   
The Nature Conservancy is a Water Footprint Summit USA Partner.

For more information visit www.nature.org

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Water Environment Federation (WEF)  
    
Formed in 1928, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization more than 36,000 individual members and 81 affiliated Member Associations representing an additional 50,000 water quality professionals throughout the world. WEF and its member associations proudly work to achieve our mission of preserving and enhancing the global water environment.

For more information visit www.wef.org

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Worldwide Food Expo  
    
The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA), Washington, D.C., represents the nation's dairy manufacturing and marketing industries and their suppliers, with a membership of 530 companies representing a $110-billion a year industry. IDFA sponsors the biennial Worldwide Food Expo that will take place October 28-31, 2009 in Chicago, IL. The event will include a Sustainability Pavilion to showcase the latest trends and best practices surrounding sustainability. Expo will include educational sessions featuring solutions to help executives develop a business plan that not only meets this growing consumer demand but grows the company's bottom line.

For more information visit www.worldwidefoodexpo.com

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Expert Speaker Panel
Michael Kobori, Vice President, Supply Chain Social and Environmental Sustainability, Levi Strauss & Co.
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Chip Jones, Senior VP Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, Dean Foods
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Zack Mansdorf, Senior VP, Safety, Health and Environment, L’Oreal North America & Worldwide
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Jim Knutzon, CEO, Farm Fresh Direct
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Kevin Mathews, Director Health and Environmental Affairs, Nestle Waters
North America

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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,
Safety and Environment,
PepsiCo International
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Hugh Share, Director, Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
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Denise Knight, Global
Water Initiative Manager,
The Coca-Cola Company
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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,
Professor in
Multidisciplinary Water Management,
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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