Conferences and Events
Annual WateReuse Symposium
The Annual WateReuse Symposium is the premier conference devoted to water reuse policy, technology, operations, research, and public acceptance. The Symposium is presented in collaboration with The Water Research Foundation.
38th Annual WateReuse Symposium
Marriott Marquis Atlanta
March 5-8, 2023
39th Annual WateReuse Symposium
Hilton Denver City Center
March 10-13, 2024
40th Annual WateReuse Symposium
JW Marriott Tampa Water Street
March 16-19, 2025
2023 WateReuse Texas Conference
September 20-22, 2023
2023 WateReuse Colorado Conference
SEEC Building, University of Colorado Boulder
May 2, 2023
2023 WateReuse California Annual Conference
Indian Wells, CA
November 5-7, 2023
2024 WateReuse California Annual Conference
Garden Grove, CA
September 15-17, 2024
For more information contact Rosario Cortes
Tour of the San Jose Creek WRP will follow starting at 1:15 pm
Hosted by Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts, and lunch will be sponsored by AECOM.
For in-person attendance, please RSVP to email@example.com by Friday, February 10. Virtual attendance option also available.
February 15, 2023 Time: 1:00pm CT | 2:00pm ET
As a global leader in water reuse, Israel takes a very intentional and integrated approach to producing and maintaining its water supply. They combine desalination, water recycling of municipal wastewater and stormwater capture, and reuse to ensure sustainable supplies. Nearly 90 percent of Israel’s treated wastewater is reused for agricultural irrigation purposes.
In November 2022, over 40 representatives from the U.S. water sector, including utilities, industry, states, and the federal government, traveled to Israel as part of a science, technology, and policy informational exchange focused on water reuse practices. This intensive week of learning about the Israeli approach to managing its water resources included several delegates from Texas.
The panelists will share their general experience as part of the delegation (5-10 mins each) and then we will ask a few prepared questions about lessons learned and how those could be applied to Texas communities. If time allows, we will take questions from the audience.
Paula Paciorek, Division Manager, Houston Water Planning
- Special Introduction by Omer Bab, Director of Trade and Regulatory Policy, Embassy of Israel and Danny Greenwald, Senior Deputy Director General for Regulation, Israel Water Authority
- Eva Steinle-Darling, Water Reuse Technical Practice Director, Carollo Engineers
- Hunter Adams, Environmental Laboratory Supervisor, City of Wichita Falls – Cypress Environmental Laboratory
- Erika Crespo, Assistant Deputy Director, Water Quality Division, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)
- Kobe Nagar, CEO and Co-Founder, 374 Water
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