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The WateReuse Association presents webcasts covering water reuse policy, technology, treatment, and research. Recordings of past webcasts may be viewed below.

Upcoming Events

Jun
27
Thu
Water Reuse Around the World: Global Potable Reuse Maps
Jun 27 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Water Reuse Around the World: Global Potable Reuse Maps
11 am ET | 8 am PT (1 hour) This webcast is free & open to the public PDHs: 1 Register Now! Co-hosted by Water Services Association of Australia After two years of planning and working with over 140 cities across the world, we are excited to announce that the 2024 edition of the Global Potable Reuse Maps is launching publicly in June! WateReuse Association has been supporting Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA)’s effort to identify places that are using, or considering, indirect or direct potable reuse. All water is recycled, but did you know there are over 85 places around the world where cities or towns have engaged with their communities on a journey of understanding about implementing purified recycled water as part of their drinking water supply? WSAA has now built a new set of maps that show places all over the world, at different stages of this journey. Join our webcast, co-hosted by WSAA, to learn about the process, considerations, and capabilities of this global resource. These maps will be a great education tool for communities worldwide. The webinar will show you how you can use the maps as part of your own community outreach and stakeholder engagement.     Moderator: Ben Glickstein, WateReuse Association Speakers:
  • Danielle Francis, Water Services Association of Australia
  • Linda Macpherson, New Water ReSources
  • Jenn Swart, Water Replenishment District
    Alternate Presentation: If you unable to attend the WateReuse webcast, WSAA will be holding another webcast about the Global Potable Reuse Maps through their platform on July 3, 12:00 PM AEST (Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney) | July 2, 7:00 PM PT (US). Register for the July presentation here.                

Recordings

A library of webcast recordings is available to WateReuse Association members for viewing. If you are employed by a member organization, you may login in with your email address and password to view. Contact membership for login help.

Road Maps to Potable Reuse in the Inland Southwest

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Road Maps to Potable Reuse in the Inland Southwest

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WateReuse Florida: Exploring Funding Opportunities

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WateReuse Texas: Operator Perspectives on Reuse

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CECs in Reuse: Monitoring, Treatability, and Regulations

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2024 Water Reuse Policy Outlook

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WateReuse Pacific Northwest: Localizing Communications Strategy

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Carbon Based Advanced Treatment for Water Reuse. Sponsored by Hazen & Sawyer

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WateReuse Arizona: High-Recovery Desalination: Tradeoffs in Reuse

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Germany’s Approach to Water Reuse for Agricultural and Landscape Irrigation

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