NEWEA is excited to connect in person with our water industry colleagues at the 2022 Annual Conference & Exhibit, taking place at the Boston Marriott Copley Place, Boston, MA, January 23-26, 2022. The event typically draws over 2300+ water quality professionals from the United States and Canada.
- Refer to the updated COVID Guidelines
- See what’s included with your registration
- Check out the frequently asked questions about the conference and registration
HOW TO REGISTER
Please note that conference registration must include payment.
If you’re registering a co-worker and the person is a member, you’ll need to log in as them (with their login and password) in order to have the member rate apply. If they are not a member, please make sure to fill in all fields as that person including their email address. This will ensure that the attendee receives the registration confirmation.
To provide the safest possible event experience, NEWEA is requiring all event participants to be fully vaccinated, wear a mask covering the nose and mouth in all conference-designated areas, and practice frequent hand hygiene. Individuals who are experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms; have a pending COVID test; and/or have tested positive for COVID in the previous 14 days must refrain from attending the in-person event.
NEWEA will be using a third-party service to verify vaccination status prior to the event. Registered attendees will receive a link in January to upload their vaccination card. All attendees will also be asked to verify that they have read and agree to follow the Attendee Terms & Conditions during registration.
Despite our protocols, there is still an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present. By registering and attending, you agree to follow COVID-19 safety protocols throughout the Event and assume all risks associated with exposure to COVID-19. Should you fail to observe any of these protocols, NEWEA may remove you from the Event without refund.
More information on our COVID Safety Protocols are available in our detailed guidelines.
Please contact the NEWEA office if you have any questions.