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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

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Webcast: Agricultural Reuse in California: Moving to the Next Level
Nov 10 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Webcast: Agricultural Reuse in California: Moving to the Next Level
11:00 am – 12:00 pm PT | 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm ET WateReuse Members: Free Others: $49 PDHs: 1 Register Now! Join WateReuse California’s Agricultural Reuse Committee to learn about agricultural water reuse in production, planned projects, and new opportunities. An expert panel of agricultural reuse practitioners will share their experiences, lessons learned, and outlook for agriculture reuse in California. Following the panel, the audience will be encouraged to submit questions for a moderated Q&A.  Agricultural reuse refers to recycled water used in an agricultural setting. Water is treated and used again, employing effective and efficient processes to meet specific quality standards for the intended end use. Water that is treated and cleaned for agricultural reuse includes municipal wastewater, wastewater from plants that process agricultural products, and runoff from fields after irrigation (also known as tailwater).

Presenters

North Valley Regional Recycled Water Program William Wong Director of Utilities City of Modesto City of Fresno Rick Staggs Assistant Director Department of Public Utilities Wastewater Escondido MFRO Angela Morrow, P.E. Deputy Director of Utilities / Construction and Engineering Utilities | City of Escondido Havest Water José R. Ramírez, P.E. Senior Civil Engineer Water Recycling Program Manager Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District

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Recordings

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WateReuse Texas Research and Development Webinar

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Panel Discussion: California’s Draft Direct Potable Reuse Regulations

Panel Discussion: California’s Draft Direct Potable Reuse Regulations April 14, 2021 The California State Water...

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Treatment Standards for Stormwater Capture and Use: How Are We Doing?

Treatment Standards for Stormwater Capture and Use: How Are We Doing? February 23, 3020 Public...

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Communicating about Potable Reuse and Public Health: Tools for Success

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Containment of Covid-19 on a College Campus via Wastewater-Based Epidemiology

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Stormwater Capture Drivers, Impediments, and Future Visions

Stormwater Capture Drivers, Impediments, and Future Visions February 3, 2021 Join a group of stormwater...

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Water Reuse Policy in the 117th Congress and Biden Administration

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Water Reuse in Palestine: Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainability, Food Security, and Economic Growth

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What Strikes Fear in the Hearts of Arizona Water and Wastewater Utilities? Brine Management

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Breweries and Reuse – Reuse is Brewing Up

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