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ASIC is coming to a location near you with its 2011 Regional Conferences.

ASIC announces 2011 spring regional conferences

ASIC is coming to a location near you with its 2011 Regional Conferences. ASIC’s educational focus this year is providing specific tools and strategies for winning projects and creating integrated, performance-driven irrigation systems.


 


April 19
ASIC 2011 Northeast Regional Conference
Westchester Marriott Hotel, Tarrytown, NY
Learn about new technologies, and receive updates on new codes and regulations that will affect your business this year. This one-day conference offers seminars to increase your product knowledge, sharpen your competitive edge, and manage your business.


 


April 27
ASIC 2011 Southeast Regional Conference
Airport Marriott Hotel, Orlando, FL
ASIC presents: “Integrated Water Management for Buildings & Sites”, an introductory course that describes water types and sources, and how to manage water and energy resources more wisely. The course, developed jointly by ASIC and Green Roofs for Healthy Cities, describes technologies, policies, and terminology for processing and conserving water, and efficient means of application and recapture for water uses. Also, learn more about the Florida “Water Star Program and practical applications of these water-conserving techniques.


 


May 20
California Regional Conference
Embassy Suites, San Luis Obispo, CA
A charming California Central Coast hamlet, San Luis Obispo, or SLO, is the destination for ASIC members to learn about new technologies, explore water quality and treatment solutions, and increase the value of membership by steering local chapters’ resources toward issues most affecting our businesses. Also enjoy presentations and more from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, home of the Irrigation Training & Research Center.


 


As always, tabletop displays and networking opportunities for each of the conferences provide professional access to the latest irrigation techniques and technologies, and the most progressive irrigation practitioners the world over. Look for more information, including agendas and registration, at www.asic.org or call 508/763-8140.


 

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