September 14, 2020
The Annual WateReuse Symposium is the nation's premier conference on water recycling and the only conference dedicated solely to water...
The WateReuse Association is the nation’s only trade association solely dedicated to advancing laws, policy, funding, and public acceptance of recycled water.
Established in California in 1990, WateReuse expanded to become a national organization in 2000. By 2019, WateReuse had members in 38 states, the District of Columbia, and 11 countries.
In 2020, the WateReuse Association celebrates 30 years of engaging, educating, and advocating.
WateReuse develops tools and resources to educate the public on the value of recycled water.
This flyer informs ratepayers, elected officials, and other stakeholders about the safety and reliability of using purified water as part of the drinking water supply.
August 11, 2020
Zoom Video Conference
August 19, 2020
August 20, 2020
September 12, 2020
July 30, 2020
The WateReuse community mourns the loss of Dr. Bahman Sheikh who passed away on July 28, 2020 at his home in San Francisco. Bahman was a true water reuse pioneer, who for half a century helped countless communities recycle their water, across the United States...
July 21, 2020
The U.S. EPA re-committed to prioritizing water reuse and recycling projects in the fourth round of Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) funding. The notice of funding availability announces up to $6 billion to support a total investment of $12 billion in water infrastructure projects that...
July 20, 2020
On Monday, July 13, the House Appropriations Committee debated and passed the Energy and Water Appropriations bill, and in doing so, adopted an amendment championed by Congressman Ken Calvert (R-CA) to increase money for Title XVI-WIIN Water Reclamation and Reuse Program. As a result, the...
The WateReuse Association is the only national trade association dedicated solely to advancing laws, regulations, funding and public acceptance for water recycling. Our membership represents more than 200 communities and more than 60 million people – one-sixth of the nation’s population – who are developing safe, reliable, locally-controlled water supplies.Join Today
Water is the lifeblood of healthy communities and robust economies. Livability and economic security depend on a safe, reliable supply of water. Meeting the demand for water in the 21st century requires a different way of thinking about water.