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Filtration 2005 Conference Program Unveiled

August 29, 2005

Scheduled for November 15-17 at Navy Pier in Chicago, IL, Filtration 2005 International Conference and Exposition will feature a three-day conference program and is expected to attract thousands of filtration industry professionals, according to event organizer INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry. More than 2000 attendees from around the world and more than 100 exhibitors from all links in the filter supply chain are expected to attend the annual event.

Highlighting the conference program will be the November 16 keynote presentation by Dr. Morton Kaimen, Ph.D. of Northwestern University, who will share his thoughts on the opportunities for filtration companies created by the rivalry between the U.S., China and India for goods, services and energy.

Among the other topics being covered in the three-day Filtration 2005 Conference are: cleanrooms, healthcare, environment and automotive. In addition, the “Short Course: Basics of Filtration,” returns as a way for new employees as well as seasoned professionals to learn more about the basics of the industry. The Short Course runs on Tuesday, November 15.

The super saver registration deadline for both the conference and exposition is August 26. The regular early bird deadline is October 3. For more information or to register:

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