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Share Your Voice with the Water Sector

Have an innovative idea to help the water sector advance public health, safety, the economy, or the environment? AWWA offers multiple platforms for sounding your conclusions with leading water industry thought leaders.

Get heard today by contributing your expertise to AWWA's publications and proceedings. 


Showcase Your Work


Opportunities to Showcase Your Work

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Present at an AWWA Conference or Event

Share your knowledge at our industry events. Speaking at an AWWA conference offers increased networking opportunities, additional company exposure, and the chance to expand your influence.


Present Your Operational Ideas in Opflow

Opflow is an award-winning magazine that presents new and established technologies and ideas that readers can apply to their operations.

Submit topic ideas to

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Showcase Your Research in AWWA Water Science

AWWA Water Science publishes original, peer-reviewed research on the science, engineering, and social aspects of water, bridging the gap between theory and practice for safe, sustainable water.


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Turn Your Ideas Into a Published Book

AWWA publishes books on new ideas, stories, and information that further the water industry and offer a new perspective.

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Contribute to Journal AWWA with a Feature or Column

Journal AWWA is the voice of the American Water Works Association and serves as a forum for thought leaders in the water and wastewater industry to learn about critical issues affecting water.

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