The Western Chapter of the North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) is hosting the eighth annual Western Regional No-Dig Conference and Exhibition on Monday, Oct. 29 at the Ayres Hotel and Suites in Ontario, Calif.

Registration includes an informative one-day technical program and product exhibit area devoted entirely to trenchless technology, including new installation, rehabilitation, and conditions assessment. The conference is useful to public officials, engineers, utility company personnel, designers, and contractors alike who are involved with designing, constructing, rehabilitating and managing underground infrastructure. The Western Chapter is committed to promoting trenchless technology education in the public sector and is therefore offering a significant discount for public employees.  For registration rates and more information, go to www.WESTT.org.
In addition, the Western Chapter is also offering two NASTT Good Practices Courses on Oct. 30: Pipe Bursting and New Installation Methods. These two optional courses offer content that is thoroughly peer-reviewed for consensus-based information and non- commercialism.  Participation in these courses will earn valuable Continuing Education Units (CEUs).  An additional fee is required to attend the courses. For more information on the courses, go to www.NASTT.org/training. 

For more information or to exhibit at the conference, go to www.WESTT.org, or contact Matthew Wallin at 916-294-0095 or Jason Lueke at 480-247-0834.