Matchpoint is the proud platinum sponsor of the 2nd biennial North American Water Loss Conference (NAWL). This year the event will be held in San Diego on December 3-5th. The conference’s projected draw of over 1,000 attendees is indicative of the increasing attention devotion to, and importance of, the growing water loss industry. In addition to an exhibit hall filled with fifty-five water loss centric companies, the two days will incorporate educational and inspiring sessions from industry leaders. The conference is anything but short of beneficial discussions with presentations ranging from water loss policy development to water loss control methodology.

Matchpoint attended the inaugural NAWL held in Atlanta in 2015 and was immediately impressed by the quality of the attendees, exhibitors, and facilitation by the hosting staff. We are confident that the second NAWL show will be just as, if not more, impactful. Much can be achieved in water conservation when we bring policy makers, enthusiasts, and experts together. Matchpoint is thankful to NAWL providing an excellent platform to do so.

Along with our platinum sponsorship, Matchpoint is also honored to announce the allotment of an educational session to our VP, Simon Wick, our customer, Columbus Water Works, and to our suppliers Primayer Ltd. and Rezatec. All will be sessions you don’t want to miss!

During the NAWL 2015 event, Matchpoint hosted an evening event to show our appreciation to attendees and exhibitors, held at the Georgia Aquarium, the largest one of it’s kind in the Western Hemisphere. We will be hosting a similar fun-filled evening in California – be sure to stay tuned for details!

Registration is still open! www.northamericanwaterloss.org

 

Where to find us?

Booths: 308 & 310

 

When to hear us?

  • Matchpoint VP, Simon Wick: “Different Area, Same Problem: Managing Water Loss in Rural and Urban USA with District Metered Areas (DMAs)” Monday Dec. 4th, 11:30am
  • Rezatec’s Philip Briscoe: “Technology that is out of this World: Making Sense of Space Data,” Tues, Dec 5th 7:35am
  • Primayer Ltd.’s Kevin Brook: How Permanent Monitoring Can Amplify Non-Revenue Water Programs,” Tues Dec 5th, 7:55am
  • Columbus Water Works’ Jason Jay: “How a Proactive Leak Detection Program has Impacted a Georgia Utility,” Tues Dec 5th, 10:30am