Water Recycling and Wet Weather Management (Webcast)
How Decentralized Systems Help Urban and Suburban Environments Increase Resiliency, Expand Capacity and Optimize Centralized Wastewater Treatment Systems
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Eastern
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Pacific
Fee: Members: Free; Others: $65
Water recycling is not just for arid regions anymore. Decentralized water recycling systems are helping cities and suburban environments located in wetter climates reduce stress on over-burdened collection systems, expand capacity for increasing demand, extend capacity to areas located further from centralized infrastructure, and bolster infrastructure resiliency in the face of changing climate conditions.
Natural Systems Utilities, a leading provider of decentralized water recycling systems for major metropolitan areas, will moderate this webcast showcasing successful urban and suburban-based decentralized water recycling installations in the Northeastern United States. You will learn about the decentralized water recycling revolution occurring in and around cities located in wetter regions, including why these cities are turning to decentralized water reuse and how your city can integrate decentralized water recycling systems into your overall wastewater and wet weather management strategy. If you are a wastewater utility manager facing challenging weather conditions and population growth, this webcast is for you.
- Zach Gallagher, Executive Vice President, Natural Systems Utilities
- Alan Cohn, Managing Director, Integrated Water Management, New York City Department of Environmental Protection
- Steve Curtis, Vice President—Operations, Military Service Group, American Water