The sixth annual Jersey Water Works Conference is a multi-day virtual event that will bring together more than 300 state and local decision-makers, practitioners and stakeholders to amplify the importance of addressing New Jersey’s water infrastructure, explore innovative solutions and celebrate the Jersey Water Works collaborative as an effective, comprehensive approach to achieving statewide impact.
The conference is presented by Jersey Water Works, a collaborative of diverse individuals and organizations working to transform New Jersey’s inadequate water infrastructure through sustainable, cost-effective solutions that provide communities with clean water and waterways; healthier, safer neighborhoods; local jobs; flood and climate resilience; and economic growth.
One registration gives you access to all three days, you can attend the sessions that best fit your interest and schedule.
Registering provides access to all sessions and you can choose which sessions will help you connect to your work and learn more from state and national water leaders. We hope you join us for day one and choose at least one workshop.
Dates and times: Wednesday-Friday, December 9-11. Session times vary.
Day one will have two sessions:
Inspirational conference kick-off: we’ll hear from a keynote speaker, a government speaker, and provide an update on the progress being made by the collaborative.
Plenary Panel: speakers from diverse perspectives explore a pressing topic, such as: “How do we pay for water upgrades in fiscally challenging times.”
Days two and three will offer four in-depth sessions geared towards our diverse stakeholders, with rich content and technical assistance to assist those in the field so they can continue to make progress. Staggered times will allow attendees to join multiple sessions.
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Previous conferences have featured national and local speakers, the announcement of commitments to action by the members of Jersey Water Works, and panel discussions about local water infrastructure challenges and opportunities. More information about the 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015 conferences. See which organizations have attended the conference.