Welcome FWRC 2022 Exhibitors! 

Are you ready for FWRC 2022? This conference will be held at the:

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Fun Facts: The Ocean Center is the fifth largest convention center in Florida – featuring over 200,000 sq ft of flexible indoor and outdoor meeting space. Thanks to the addition of a $3 million grant, the funds were used to make improvements to the convention center, which includes a new façade, entrance, lobby, parking expansion, additional exhibit hall, six more loading docks with self-adjusting levelers and more. 

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  • Interested in a virtual tour of the Conference Center: Click Here
  • Address: 101 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, FL 32118  – Download a Map Here

The Ocean Center is located just a few steps from the ocean in Daytona Beach. If you’re driving, Daytona Beach is easily accessed from Interstate 95 or Interstate 4.  If you’re flying, Daytona Beach International Airport is even closer to the Ocean Center. Just take International Speedway Boulevard (U.S. 92) east to S.R. A1A, then turn north (left). The Ocean Center is about a mile north.

All the information you need, can be accessed from the Exhibitor Menu. We look forward to a very successful Florida Water Resources Conference. A special Thank You for your business and we are excited to see you in Daytona Beach.

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Hotel Information

Group Name: Florida Water Resources Conference
Group Code: FWRC22
Check-in: 23-APR-2022
Check-out: 27-APR-2022
Hotel Name: Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort
Hotel Address: 100 North Atlantic Avenue | Daytona Beach, Florida 32118
Phone Number: +1 (866) 536-8477

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The Florida Water Resources Journal contains information and topics concerning Florida’s more than 3,000 domestic and 1,500 industrial wastewater facilities, its 7,000 drinking water systems, and a myriad of wetlands and other surface water agencies. The fourth largest population in the U.S. with over 16 million people, Florida is the third fastest growing state and is continually adding, repairing and improving water and wastewater services. It is mailed on the first day of the month to all members of the sponsoring organizations, as well as to direct subscribers (direct subscriptions are available for $24/year for 12 issues).

Published monthly, the Florida Water Resources Journal is a technical publication oriented toward water treatment and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment, and stormwater control.

We publish technical articles, columns, notices and announcements, committee reports and other association business, letters to the editor, and press releases relating to new products, new literature, and general news.

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