Designed to prepare plumbing manufacturing professionals for the challenges ahead, the 2018 Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) Conference will be held November 5-8 at the Wigwam Resort in Litchfield Park, Arizona. The event will feature experts discussing headlining issues such as trade and tariffs, Legionella, technological innovation, home building and other plumbing- and water-related topics. Register at the website.
The conference will kick off with global futurist and best-selling author Jack Uldrich, who will give a keynote speech on November 6 about technology, change management and leadership. In a second keynote address on November 7, Water Deeply Managing Editor Tara Lohan will discuss water-related challenges facing the nation and participate in a panel discussion about media issues and trends on November 8.
Water, environment and public health consultant Joseph Cotruvo, PhD, will deliver a presentation on November 7 about how the Legionella pathogen can be better controlled and why water system managers should make prevention a priority. Additional discussions and sessions will cover tariffs, NAFTA, the latest on the WaterSense program, legislative and regulatory activity and much more. Visit the website for complete details and registration options.