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April 2, 2018

Washington Update

Congress was on recess last week.

Don’t Miss the 2018 National Water Policy Fly-In During Water Week 2018

Rehearing Denied for Groundwater Conduit Theory Case

 

State Updates and Member Spotlight

California: WateReuse California Recognizes Excellence in Annual Awards Presentation

Colorado: Declaration Brewing and Denver Water to Collaborate on Recycled Water Beer Brewing

Denver’s Declaration Brewing Co. announced that it will release a beer brewed with recycled water in collaboration with WateReuse Association member Denver Water. Denver Water, which operates the largest water recycling system in Colorado, is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Learn More.

Florida: Legislature Sends Aquifer Recharge Bill to Governor

The Florida Legislature sent a bill to Governor Rick Scott on Monday, March 26 that would allow utilities to pump purified reclaimed water into Florida’s aquifer, which supplies drinking water for nearly 10 million people. Under the legislation, the reclaimed water would be treated to meet federal drinking water standards before it is injected into the aquifer’s raw water supply. Some environmental groups have expressed concerns about the safety of the purified water and are asking Governor Scott to veto the bill. Learn More.

MN: Inver Grove Heights Considers Recycled Water to Attract New Business

The city of Inver Grove Heights, part of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, is considering developing a 1.6 million gallons per day recycled water project to entice a Canadian company to build a $200 million plant to process garbage into ethanol for car fuel. The city could not handle the facility’s water needs without the use of effluent that is currently treated and discharged to the Mississippi River. Learn More.

 

Conferences and Events

California: WateReuse CA Conference: Learning, Networking and Fun!

Webcast: Water Recycling and Wet Weather Management

Florida Potable Reuse Commission Plans Workshops to Solicit Input

Save the Date: 33rd Annual WateReuse Symposium

Learn “What’s Working, What’s New, and What’s Next in Water Reuse” at the 33rd Annual WateReuse Symposium, September 9-12, 2018, at the JW Marriott in Austin, Texas. The Annual WateReuse Symposium is the nation’s premier conference on water reuse and the only conference dedicated solely to advancing the policy, technology, innovation and public acceptance of recycled water. Registration opens in May! Learn More.

Register for the Pacific Northwest WateReuse Conference

WateReuse Pacific Northwest will host a conference May 17-18 in Portland, Oregon with the theme “Roadmap to Reuse.” More than 200 utility operators and mangers, elected officials, engineers, regulators and equipment manufacturers are expected to attend. Presentations will focus on feasibility studies, regulatory updates, public outreach, funding, and more. Learn More.

Upcoming Events

Sep
26
Thu
Webcast: Membranes 101 – The Basics and Beyond
Sep 26 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Webcast: Membranes 101 - The Basics and Beyond

Presented in partnership with WateReuse Pacific Northwest, this webcast will discuss how membranes are used in water, wastewater and reuse applications and review typical operational tasks.

Webcast
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Eastern; 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Pacific
Fee: Members: Free; Others: $49
PDHs: 1

Register Now!

How are membranes used in water recycling and what are the typical operational tasks? Learn how membranes can be used alone, or in conjunction with complementary technologies, to remove a broad range of contaminants from water. This range of capabilities has contributed to the widespread use of membranes to treat water, wastewater, and recycled water. The presentation will explain the types of membranes and their uses, review proper maintenance, and provide viewers with insight into this popular treatment technology.

Please join us to learn about:

  • Micro and ultrafiltration membranes, used to remove particles as small as viruses by size exclusion;
  • Nanofiltration and reverse osmosis membranes, capable of removing dissolved salts and organic compounds; and
  • Proper maintenance of membranes and membrane systems necessary to maximize system capacity, water quality, and life span.

Presenter

Daniel A. Hugaboom, P.E.
Carollo Engineers

Dan is Carollo Engineer’s Chief MF/UF Membrane Technologist. In this role, he directs technical aspects of the company’s low-pressure membrane filtration based projects. Dan also serves as President of the Northwest Membrane Operator’s Association and serves on the Board of Directors for the American Membrane Technology Association.

Oct
8
Tue
Los Angeles Chapter Meeting @ the Water Replenishment District of Southern CA
Oct 8 all-day
Oct
17
Thu
Orange County Chapter Meeting @ HDR
Oct 17 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Oct
25
Fri
WateReuse Arizona Meeting @ Phoenix offices of Brown and Caldwell
Oct 25 all-day

October 25, 2019 – Section Meeting, Topic & Speaker TBA

  • Webinar: Status of California’s Advanced Water Treatment (AWT) Operator Certification Program
    – Erin Mackey, Brown and Caldwell
Dec
3
Tue
Los Angeles Chapter Meeting
Dec 3 all-day
Dec
6
Fri
Northern California Chapter Meeting @ Dublin/San Ramon
Dec 6 all-day

Topic: Recycled Water Technologies and Case Studies

Dec
13
Fri
Meeting of the Board of Directors
Dec 13 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Dec
19
Thu
Orange County Chapter Meeting @ TBD
Dec 19 all-day
Feb
11
Tue
Los Angeles Chapter Meeting
Feb 11 all-day
Mar
15
Sun
2020 WateReuse California Annual Conference @ Hyatt Regency San Francisco
Mar 15 @ 8:00 am – Mar 17 @ 5:00 pm
2020 WateReuse California Annual Conference @ Hyatt Regency San Francisco | San Francisco | California | United States

The Annual WateReuse California Conference brings together utilities, businesses, policymakers, and large water users from across the state to examine the latest issues and technologies in water recycling.

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