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36th Annual WateReuse Symposium Agenda

The 36th Annual WateReuse Symposium launches on March 1 with a live opening general session. Following the opening general session, attendees will have access to dozens of on-demand technical sessions on all aspects of water recycling that you can view at your convenience.

The Symposium culminates with two weeks of daily live roundtables discussions March 15-25 that will allow you to turn on your camera and participate in breakout discussions on critical water recycling topics. The full program, including recordings of live roundtables, will be available through April 23, 2021.

Schedule at a Glance

Date

Program Overview

Sponsor

March 1

Live Opening General Session

Panel Presentation: Challenges and Opportunities of Integrating Public Health

The Great Debate: Panel Discussion

On-Demand Technical Sessions

Over 25 on-demand technical sessions will be released March 1 that you can view at your convenience. Each session is a 60 or 90 minute panel discussion or grouping of presentations that will prepare you to fully engage in the live roundtables.

March 15
Live Roundtable

Water Reuse 101

March 16
Live Roundtable

Water Recycling and Public Health

March 17
Live Roundtable

Recycled Water as Drinking Water

March 18
Live Roundtable

Recycled Water as a Resiliency Tool

March 19
Live Roundtable

Regional Approaches to Water Recycling

March 22
Live Roundtable

Implementation and Operation of Water Recycling Systems

2021 WateReuse Awards for Excellence and Annual Business Meeting

March 23
Live Roundtable

Water Recycling Research and Innovation

March 24
Live Roundtable

Water Recycling Policy

March 25

Live Closing Session

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