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July 10, 2019

A Conversation with Top US EPA Scientists


There's no place like home, there's no place like home....

for water technology innovation.

Did you know? Our Ohio River Valley region:

- Is the birthplace of water research in our country, 1913.

- Has more water technology patents per capita than any other region of the country.

- Is home to over 6,000 scientist that implement nearly four billion dollars of research annually in water technology innovation.

The epicenter of this intellectual capacity and unsurpassed national expertise in water technology is the US EPA Office of Research and Development in Cincinnati. 

We are honored to have as our special guests two top scientists from the US EPA, Michelle Latham, Office of Research & Development, and Michael Schock, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, for the evening. Please join us for a conversation with Michelle and Mike about lead, the latest break-through research, ongoing challenges and technology needs in providing safe drinking water. 


Limited seating.


WHEN: July 10, 5:00-7:30PM

WHERE: Graydon on Main, 1421 Main Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Food and Beverage will be provided.

5:00PM-Registration & Networking

6:00PM-Welcome and Introductions
Joe Sciabica, President of Universal Technology Corporation, Confluence Board President

6:10 PM - A Conversation with Top US EPA Scientist about Lead, ongoing challenges and technology needs

Michele Latham
, Biologist, Technical Communication and Outreach Lead, Office of Research and Development, Immediate Office of the Assistant Administrator, Safe and Sustainable Water Resources Research Program (under National Program Director), US EPA

Michael Schock, Chemist, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, US EPA

7:00 PM - Networking Continues
7:30 PM - Adjourn

The event is open to vendors, utilities, researchers, developers, entrepreneurs, government officials, investors, universities and all Confluence stakeholders.