Designed to prepare plumbing manufacturing professionals for the challenges ahead, the 2018 Plumbing Manufacturers International Conference will feature experts discussing headlining issues such as trade and tariffs, Legionella, technological innovation, home building, and other plumbing- and water-related topics. Register online today.
To be held Nov. 5 to 8 at the Wigwam Resort in Litchfield Park, Arizona the conference kicks off with global futurist Jack Uldrich giving a keynote speech about technology, change management and leadership. In a second keynote address, 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.
Water, environment and public health consultant Joseph Cotruvo, Ph.D. will also deliver a presentation, about how this waterborne pathogen can be better controlled and why water system managers should make Legionella prevention a priority.
With tariffs, NAFTA and other trade issues making the daily headlines, a panel of experts will discuss the impact of politics and regulation on the global plumbing-manufacturing marketplace. A panel of home building experts will discuss the market for plumbing products.