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2017 Media Kit (PDF)
2017 Tech Specs (PDF)


 

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Southeast U.S., Colorado, Latin America, Asia

Pam Fithian
d- 303.347.6138
c- 720.212.4113
f- 303.795.1989
Email Pam

Midwest U.S., Canada, Europe

Nancy Mortvedt
d- 303.734.3442
c- 303.947.3895
f- 303.795.1989
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Northeast U.S., Eastern Canada

Ryan Fugler
d- 303.347.6238
c- 720.280.6831 
f- 303.795.1989 
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Western U.S., Texas, Alaska, Hawaii

Kathy Smith
d- 303.347.6237
c- 720.838.3988
f- 303.795.1989
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ACTIVATED CARBON
Haycarb PLC
ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTS
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments
ASSET MANAGEMENT
Pinnacle Art
CERTIFICATION
UL LLC
CHEMICALS
Avista
International Products Corporation
CHEMICAL FEED EQUIPMENT
Force Flow Equipment
Saf-T-Flo Chemical Injection
COMPUTER SOFTWARE
Innovyze
Bentley
CONSERVATION
Southern Nevada Water Authority
CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT FOR PIPE
Reed Manufacturing Company
CONSULTANTS
Greeley and Hansen
CONTINUING EDUCATION
University of Wisconsin / EPD
CORROSION CONTROL
Interprovincial Corrosion Control Co
COUPLINGS
Krausz USA
DISINFECTION
Xylem - Wedeco
DISTRIBUTION
M. E. Simpson Company, Inc.
Mueller Company
HD Supply Waterworks
ENGINEERING SERVICES
Carollo

FILTRATION
Haycarb PLC
Xylem - Leopold
FIRE HYDRANTS
American Cast Iron Pipe Co.
Mueller Company
GREELEY AND HANSEN
Consultants
HANDLING
Saf-T-Flo Chemical Injection
INSTRUMENTATION
Analytical Technology, Inc.
Swan Analytical USA
INSURANCE

LABORATORY AND FIELD-TESTING EQUIPMENT
IDEXX
LEAK DETECTION
Fluid Conservation Systems
METERS
Badger Meter, Inc.
Zenner Performance, Inc.
Neptune Technology Group Inc.
Sensus
MIXERS
PAX Water Technologies, Inc.
PIPE
American Cast Iron Pipe Co.
Ductile Iron Pipe Research Assn.
Victaulic

PIPE, PVC
Diamond Plastics Corporation
PIPE-JOINING MATERIALS
X-Pando Products Company
PUBLICATIONS
FluksAqua
PUMPS
Seepex, Inc.

RADIUM, URANIUM AND OTHER CONTAMINANT REMOVAL
Water Remediation Technology LLC
SAFETY EQUIPMENT
TGO Technologies, Inc.
SYSTEMS
Saf-T-Flo Chemical Injection
TANKS
Fisher Tank Company
TRAINING
NACE
VALVES
Proco Products, Inc.
WATER PRIZE
Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water
WATER STORAGE TANKS

WATER TREATMENT
AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC
Evoqua Water Technologies
Rosedale Products, Inc.
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AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC
WATER TREATMENT
American Cast Iron Pipe Co.
PIPE
FIRE HYDRANTS
Analytical Technology, Inc.
INSTRUMENTATION
Avista Technologies, Inc.
CHEMICALS
Badger Meter, Inc.
METERS
Bentley
COMPUTER SOFTWARE
Carollo
ENGINEERING
Diamond Plastics Corporation
PIPE, PVC
Ductile Iron Pipe Research Assn.
PIPE
Fisher Tank Company
TANKS
Fluid Conservation
LEAK DETECTION
FluksAqua
PUBLICATIONS
Force Flow Equipment
CHEMICAL FEED EQUIPMENT
Evoqua Water Technologies
WATER TREATMENT
Greeley and Hansen
CONSULTANTS
Haycarb PLC
ACTIVATED CARBON
FILTRATION
HD Supply Waterworks
DISTRIBUTION SUPPLIES
Innovyze
COMPUTER SOFTWARE
International Products Corporation
CHEMICALS
Interprovincial Corrosion Control Co.
CORROSION CONTROL
M. E. Simpson Company, Inc.
DISTRIBUTION
Mueller Company
DISTRIBUTION
FIRE HYDRANTS
NACE
TRAINING
Neptune Technology Group Inc.
METERS
PAX Water Technologies, Inc.
MIXERS
Pinnacle Art
ASSET MANAGEMENT
Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water
WATER PRIZE
Proco Products, Inc.
VALVES
Reed Manufacturing Company
CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT FOR PIPE
Rosedale Products, Inc.
WATER TREATMENT
Saf-T-Flo Chemical Injection
CHEMICAL FEED EQUIPMENT
SYSTEMS
HANDLING
Seepex, Inc.
PUMPS
Sensus
METERS
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments
ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTS
Southern Nevada Water Authority
CONSERVATION
Swan Analytical USA
INSTRUMENTATION
TGO Technologies, Inc.
SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Telog Instruments
INSTRUMENTATION
Thompson Pipe Group (Flowtite) 
PIPE
Trimble Water
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS)
UL LLC
CERTIFICATION
University of Wisconsin / EPD
CONTINUING EDUCATION
Victaulic
PIPE
Water Remediation Technology LLC(WRT)
RADIUM, URANIUM AND OTHER CONTAMINANT REMOVAL
WaterSmart Software
COMPUTER SOFTWARE
X-Pando Products Company
PIPE-JOINING MATERIALS
Xylem - Leopold
FILTRATION
Xylem - Wedeco
DISINFECTION
Zenner Performance Inc.
WATER METERS

Buyers' Resource Guide

Showcase your Total Water Solutions

Showcase your products and services to thousands of buyers every day! The Buyers’ Resource Guide is delivered each month to AWWA members and product buyers in Journal - American Water Works as well as through the online Journal AWWA

 

Month

Focus Topic

Order Deadline

Materials Deadline

January 

Infrastructure

Nov. 10, 2016

Nov. 17, 2016

February

Management

Dec. 13, 2016

Dec. 20, 2016

March

Sustainability

Jan. 12, 2017

Jan. 19, 2017

April 

Sources & Supply

Feb. 9, 2017

Feb. 16, 2017

May 

Treatment Processes

March 13, 2017

March 20, 2017

June 

Emerging Issues (Nitrosamines)

April 10, 2017

April 17, 2017

July 

Distribution Systems

May 11, 2017

May 18, 2017

August 

Workforce/Customer Service 

June 13, 2017

June 20, 2017

September 

Regulatory

July 11, 2017

July 18, 2017

October 

Disinfection/Infrastructure

Aug. 14, 2017

Aug. 21, 2017

November

Water Quality

Sept. 11, 2017

Sept. 18, 2017

December 

Communication & Innovation

Oct. 11, 2017

Oct. 18, 2017


Sample Journal Issue

 

Month

Focus Topic

Order Deadline

Materials Deadline

January 

AWWA Standards, Groundwater Treatment, Remediation Techniques

Nov. 17, 2016

Nov. 28, 2016

February

Reuse, Membrane Filtration

Dec. 21, 2016

Dec. 28, 2016

March

AMR/AMI Implementation, Asset Management, GIS Integration

Jan. 21, 2017

Jan. 28, 2017

April 

Leak Detection, Sewer Maintenance, Stormwater Management, ACE Preview

Feb. 19, 2017

Feb. 26, 2017

May 

Water Sampling/Testing, Meters, Security/Intrusion

March 23, 2017

March 30, 2017

June 

Fire Hydrant Maintenance, Drought Preparedness and Response, Flushing and Cleaning

April 21, 2017

April 28, 2017

July 

Field Testing Equipment, Storage Tank Maintenance, Emerging Contaminants

May 20, 2017

May 27, 2017

August 

Cybersecurity, SCADA Implementation

June 22, 2017

June 29, 2017

September 

Residuals Management, Wastewater Treatment, Trenchless Technology

July 21, 2017

July 28, 2017

October 

Pipe Repair, Pipe Efficiency, Valve Selection

Aug. 23, 2017

Aug. 30, 2017

November

Filter Maintenance, Corrosion Control, Disinfection

Sept. 22, 2017

Sept. 29, 2017

December 

Energy Management, Fire Protection

Oct. 21, 2017

Oct. 28, 2017

On-Site Conference Programs

Extend your conference presence with display advertising in specialty conference programs.

 Conference Inside Front Cover Inside Back Cover Back Cover
 AWWA/AMTA Membrane Technology   $3,000 $2,500  $3,500
 Sustainable Water Management  $2,500 $2,500 $3,000
 Water Quality Technology Conference  $3,000 $2,500 $5,000
 Water Infrastructure Conference  $2,500 $2,500 $3,000
 Utility Management Conference  $3,000 $2,000  $3,500 


Sustainable Water Management Conference and Water Quality Technology Conference programs:

Final Trim: 8”  x  10.75”
Live Area: 7.25”  x  10”
Bleed crops: 8.25”  x  11”

All other conference programs:
Final Trim:  4.25”  x  8.25”
Live Area:  3.5”  x  7.75”
Bleed crops: 4.375”  x  8.5”

Sponsorship 

Expand your exposure with a variety of high-visibility sponsorship opportunities. Please contact your Territory Sales Manager for more opportunities and information.

Available Sponsorship Opportunities:

Gold
Silver
Bronze
Opening General Session
Registration Packet
Monday Night Reception
Speaker Ready Room
Networking Reception
Refreshment Break
Lanyards

Ordering & Policies

Agency discounts on gross billing are offered to recognized agencies, unless otherwise stated.

Agency discounts will be revoked retroactively on unpaid balances 60 days after billing date.

Any advertising (other than cover-position display advertising) that is cancelled after the Materials Deadline for an issue will be charged the full 100% ordered ad/insertion price, which will be nonrefundable.

Any advertising (other than cover-position display advertising) that is cancelled less than 90 days prior to, but not after, the Materials Deadline will be charged 50% of the ordered ad/insertion price.

Any advertising (other than cover-position display advertising) that is cancelled more than 90 days prior to the Materials Deadline will be charged 25% of the ordered ad/insertion price.

In the case of any cancelled cover-position display advertising, the advertiser and/or its advertising agency will be responsible for 100% of the ordered ad/insertion price unless and until the cover placement ad space is resold for the same price.

In addition to the aforementioned applicable charges and conditions, advertisers who order a series of advertising but who do not complete insertion of the full number and size of originally ordered series of advertising within 12 months from the date of their first insertion will incur short-rated fees, namely, that advertising run during such 12-month period will be re-billed to the advertiser at a higher per insertion rate without the previously offered volume discounts.

Uniform Guidelines for Advertisements with the American Water Works Association (AWWA)

A.  Purpose

The following guidelines govern advertising in all publications, venues, events, classifieds and communication media of the American Water Works Association (“AWWA”), including without limitation print and electronic publications, websites, circulars, pamphlets, articles, emails, and mobile applications (collectively, “AWWA Advertising”).

"Advertising" and “advertisements" include website banners, contextual advertising, sponsored content, and advertising by for-profit and nonprofit entities.  “Advertorial” is advertisement giving information and promoting a product, service or company but resembling an editorial or journalistic article

B.  Absolute Discretion

AWWA at all times maintains absolute and sole discretion with respect to interpretation and enforcement of these guidelines, and all other issues related to AWWA Advertising. AWWA may change these guidelines at any time in its sole discretion by posting revised guidelines.

AWWA’s acceptance of any advertisement shall in no event constitute an endorsement of the product(s) and/or service(s) advertised or of the entity that advertises, manufactures, distributes, or promotes the products or services.

C.  Uniform Guidelines

1.  All advertising submitted to AWWA is subject to AWWA’s review and approval, in AWWA’s absolute and sole discretion.  AWWA’s acceptance of an advertising does not guarantee or entitle the advertiser to circulation of the same advertising in the future.  No person or entity has the right to advertise in any AWWA Publication.

2.  All advertising must meet or exceed AWWA’s standards of quality and ethics, and be consistent with AWWA’s public mission, as determined in AWWA’s sole discretion.

3.  AWWA may reject any advertisement for any and for no reason.  The following are non-exhaustive examples of advertisement that should not be submitted to AWWA, and are likely to be rejected by AWWA, even if factually accurate:

  • Advertising containing factually inaccurate or incomplete statements, data or statistics, false or exaggerated claims, or embellished content;

  • Advertising that is fraudulent, deceptive, misleading, including by omission of information, disparaging or unfair about the advertiser’s or any other party’s products or services;

  • Advertising that offends, ridicules, discriminates (whether by inclusion or exclusion), disparages, attacks, harasses or makes generalizations about any individual, group of individuals, or organization on the basis of age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, physical appearance, or any other classification or status deemed inappropriate by AWWA;

  • Advertising containing material that is morally offensive, illicit, or not family-friendly,

  • Advertising that misuses, infringes or misappropriates the intellectual property rights of any other party, or promotes or offers counterfeit products or services;
     
  • Advertising for alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, weapons, firearms, ammunition, fireworks, explosives, gambling, gaming, pornography or adult-oriented themes, recreational drugs or related equipment or paraphernalia, instructions for the manufacture, use or concealment of any of the foregoing, or for any product or service that is inherently dangerous or objectionable;

  • Advertising for products or services to engage in or conceal engaging in dishonest or illegal activities;
     
  • Advertising to solicit plaintiffs for class action or similar lawsuits, or announcing intent to litigate or pending litigation;

  • Advertising that compares the advertisers products or services to the products or services of another identified party in a disrespectful or degrading manner;

  • Advertising of a political nature;

  • Advertising that is not related to or relevant to AWWA’s mission or the AWWA Publications;

  • Advertising that violates any other governing law, regulation or ordinance.  

4. All advertorials must additionally comply with the following:

  • The word “Advertisement” must appear in boldface type (minimum 12 pt font size) at the top and center of each page of the advertorial

  • The design, layout and content of the advertorial must be readily and clearly distinguishable from other editorial content.

  • The advertiser’s company logo must appear prominently on each page.

  • Two advertorial may not exceed two pages.

D.  Submission and Review

1. All advertisements submitted to AWWA will be subject to AWWA’s review and approval.

2. AWWA has the right, but not the obligation, to approve, refuse, make further inquiries or require modifications to any advertisement submitted to AWWA.

3.  AWWA review of advertisement or requirement for modifications does not constitute AWWA’s endorsement of either the advertiser, the products or services advertised, or the factual accuracy or general propriety of the advertisement.

4.  AWWA reserves the right to discontinue publication of previously accepted advertisement at any time if it becomes aware of any conflict or violation of these guidelines.  Such discontinuation does not relieve the advertiser of its obligation to pay for the advertising or entitle it to any refund.

5.  AWWA is not responsible or liable to any party for accepting or publishing advertising that does not meet the requirements of this guideline, it being understood that AWWA has the right, but not the obligation, to proactively monitor, research, or enforce compliance with these guidelines. 

6.  AWWA has the right, but not the obligation, to inspect and monitor the websites or advertisers or to which and advertisement hyperlinks.  AWWA may reject or discontinue publication of an accepted advertisement if AWWA objects for any reason to the website hyperlinked in an advertisement run in an AWWA Publication.

7.  If AWWA is notified of an objection to an advertisement, it will review the allegations and its determination of whether to accept or delete the subject advertisement is final and binding on the advertiser and the objecting party.