WWETT Show Rescheduled for 2021

The industry trade show will now take place on June 29 to July 2 at the Indiana Convention Center

WWETT Show Rescheduled for 2021

Attendees talk to an exhibitor at a recent WWETT Show.

The WWETT Show, originally slated for May at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, has been rescheduled for June 29 to July 2, 2021, with a virtual experience planned to take place Feb. 23-25.

“We understand how important the sense of community and gathering is to this industry, and we wanted to do our part to ensure a productive and relaxed environment for all those in attendance,” says Sue Pino, sales director for the WWETT Show. “So much goes into preparing for an event, so we wanted to provide our exhibitors, speakers, attendees and industry partners ample notice of our plans for the 2021 show.”

The WWETT Show will adapt Informa AllSecure at the in-person event. AllSecure is Informa’s approach to ensuring the highest standards of safety, hygiene, cleanliness and quality for operating events.

In an effort to provide new ways for communities to connect and grow, WWETT is introducing new opportunities to ensure all wastewater and environmental services industry professionals have the maximum opportunity for product distribution, sourcing, networking and learning. Launching in February, the WWETT+ virtual experience will give wastewater professionals the opportunity to connect and preview products while enjoying creative, immersive online experiences.

Updates will continue to be provided as soon as they become available. The WWETT Show will be releasing information on new digital programs aimed at connecting the industry. For more information, visit wwettshow.com.

Registration for WWETT+, the virtual event, will open in January. Registration for the WWETT Show’s annual in-person event will open in Spring of 2021. Manufacturers interested in participating in either may contact Sue Pino at sue.pino@informa.com.


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