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Trenchless, Pipe Cleaning Groups Head Back to Indianapolis

Trenchless and pipe cleaning professionals will be making their annual pilgrimage to Indianapolis Feb. 22-24 for the annual Water and Wastewater Equipment Treatment & Transport Show (WWETT). Your Trenchless Technology team will be there, of course, to take in the latest and greatest the trenchless and sewer cleaning industry has to offer at this annual event, taking place at the Indianapolis Convention Center.


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Stop by the Trenchless Technology booth — #1741!

Billed as the largest annual U.S. trade show for the wastewater industry, The WWETT show remains a must-attend tradeshow stop for trenchless sewer cleaning professionals. The show is attended by more than 4,000 septic, sewer and drain professionals each year and offers up the latest products and technology in the environmental service industry, as well as providing educational seminars and workshops that are led by industry professionals.

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Attendees will have access to more than 600 exhibits, spanning more than 540,000 sq ft of the convention center. WWETT has grown significantly over the last several years, attracting some 10,000 environmental service professionals from 53 countries to discuss onsite installation, portable sanitation, sewer cleaning, utility location and much, more.

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WWETT features more than 100 educational sessions over the course of the event, led by leading associations and manufacturers.

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The sessions get started on Wednesday, Feb. 21, with what’s aptly named Education Day with educational seminars running from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. More sessions are scheduled for Feb. 22 and 23. The educational offerings feature trenchless technology topics in pipeline rehabilitation and repair and utility location, as well as sewer cleaning repairs, operation and maintenance and safety. Other topics include hydro-excavation and business trends.

WWETT is also featuring its annual Kick-off Party, this year held at Lucas Oil Stadium down on the football field, allowing attendees to network and relax. The event is sponsored by Spartan Tool. Live demos during day will also take place at the Stadium on Thursday and Friday.

For more information about WWETT, visit wwettshow.com.

Sharon M. Bueno is managing editor of Trenchless Technology.