Attendee Registration and Official Sleeping Room Block Open
May 3, 2021
The prices below are for Early Bird Registration. These prices will be in place until August 3, 2021.
Cost: $45.00 (limited to 60 people) - Sign Up with your Conference Registration
Details coming soon!
Jones Island Facility Tour
Monday, September 13
Opened in 1926, this facility was designated a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark in 1974. World-renowned for pioneering the way in modern wastewater treatment technology, Jones Island was also one of the first facilities in the world to produce a fertilizer as the by-product of the water reclamation process: Milorganite. Capable of treating more than 300 million gallons a day, the facility is owned and governed by the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) and operated and maintained by Veolia Water Milwaukee. Visitors will learn about the history of Jones Island, the water reclamation process, the making of Milorganite, and what we can all do to protect Lake Michigan.
Women in Rural Water Luncheon
Tuesday, September 15 | 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Cost: $20.00 - Sign Up with your Conference Registration
The 2nd annual Women in Rural Water event will bring numerous Rural Water Champions together from across the country to network and share experiences over lunch. We will host a very special guest speaker that will describe her rise to success in a male-dominated industry. Join us as we celebrate women everywhere and especially, Women in Rural Water.
Tuesday, September 14 | 3:45 pm - 4:45 pm
Be prepared to enjoy and possibly participate in the WaterPro Feud! Adapted from the prime time favorite, watch as State Association teams compete for prizes and more in this game of wits for some "water" related entertainment! Back for it's second year, join us in the WaterPro Exhibit Hall for fun and laughs.
Don't forget to enter your team for this event by completing the form on the waterproconference.org website.
Badger Meter Facility Tour
Wednesday, September 15
Badger Meter is an industry-leading innovator in flow measurement, water quality and control products, serving water utilities, municipalities and commercial and industrial customers worldwide. Join us for a tour of Badger Meter’s manufacturing facility and hydro lab. Learn how they produce some of the world’s more accurate meters. The Badger Meter hydro lab is one of the world’s largest fresh water research and testing facilities. Pumping systems, pressure tanks and an underground 125,000 gallon reservoir of potable water enables engineers to effectively replicate water sources found in residential, commercial and industrial applications.
Thursday, September 16 | 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Cost: Included in the Full Registration - Sign Up with your Conference Registration
Please note: this is a "ticketed" event, and you must have a ticket for entry. ALL Full registrations automatically receive one ticket. If you need more tickets, they can be purchased at the WaterPro Conference Registration Desk until Wednesday, September 15th at 12 PM.