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In this webcast, a panel of experts will discuss lessons learned through a year-long effort to interview and document the work it takes to bring multi-agency water reuse projects to fruition. Under the National Water Reuse Action Plan, the Action 2.16 team reviewed existing case-studies and literature to select and conduct informational interviews with key water reuse players across the country.

The webcast will cover the lessons learned by these practitioners as they worked with Hampton Roads Sanitation District, Trinity River Authority, Pima County, and Monterey One Water. The audience will learn about the governance, regulations, economic and financial barriers, technical and operational issues and leadership. Throughout the 60-minute discussion the panel will share the valuable insights and replicable strategies garnered from the work. Register here.


  • Felicia Marcus, Stanford University
  • Dr. Robert Raucher, Raucher LLC
  • Eric Rosenblum, Water Resource Consultant
  • Dave Smith, EPA Region 9
  • Shannon Spurlock, Ochotona LLC

Learn more about the National Water Reuse Action Plan and Action 2.16 “Support Local and Regional Reuse Projects by Identifying Challenges, Opportunities, and Models for Interagency Collaboration.”

July 7th, 2021 from  2:00 PM to  3:00 PM
United States

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