March 25, 2019
Join Us in Washington, DC for the National Water Policy Fly-In, Register Today
Administration Releases Desalination Priorities to Combat Water Scarcity
State Updates and Member Profiles
Welcome New Member!
The WateReuse Association welcomes the following new member:
California: Las Galinas to Expand Water Recycling Capacity
WateReuse Association member Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District is preparing to break ground on a three year, multimillion dollar project to replace its wastewater treatment facilities and expand water recycling capacity. The project will increase the plant’s recycled water production capacity from 1.4 million gallons a day to 5.4 million gallons per day. The new facility will produce cleaner water and discharge less of it into the bay. Read More.
North Carolina: Cape Fear Considers Water Reuse for Long Range Needs
The Cape Fear Public Utility is drafting a long-range plan that would add recycled water to its water supply portfolio. As saltwater intrusion, increasing temperatures, pollution, and population growth threaten existing supplies, Cape Fear is considering recycled water for a variety of uses. The utility sees water reuse as a practice that would conserve the finite supply of water from local aquifers and the Cape Fear River. Read More.
Conferences and Events
Webcast: Selecting the Best Technology for Water Reuse: Overview of the MBR Process
Is membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology the right solution for your water reuse application? Offering a smaller footprint, smaller price tag, and high quality treatment, MBRs are a compelling solution for advanced water reuse applications. Please join us at April 10 at 2 pm eastern for a webcast that will provide an overview of the MBR process using flat plate MBR membranes. You will learn about the types of membranes and benefits of each, operations, maintenance, and screening. If you are considering an MBR system or maintaining an existing system, this presentation will provide you with a deeper understanding of the MBR process and the information you need to decide if MBR technology makes sense for your facility. Learn More.
2019 WateReuse California Annual Conference is a Huge Success
Save the Date: 34th Annual WateReuse Symposium in San Diego, California
Mark your calendar for the 34th Annual WateReuse Symposium is in San Diego, California on September 8-11, 2019. This year’s theme is “Collaborate to Innovate.” The Symposium will showcase recycled water collaborations among utilities, farmers, and industry; regulators working together at both the state and federal level; sustainability; public/private partnerships; and, for the first time, the latest in reuse research led by the Water Research Foundation. Learn More.
11 am PT | 2 pm ET (1 hour)
WateReuse Members: Free; Others: $49
Join us on December 14 to learn about how communities are brewing beer to raise education and awareness on water reuse. Participants will learn about the Pure Water Brew initiative including their brewer challenge, the origins, and latest efforts. The webcast will feature a discussion of mobile demonstration facilities and the latest technologies. Attendees will also gain a sneak peak of the WateReuse Symposium’s recycled water beer event in Atlanta.
Moderator: Guillaume Clairet, H2O Innovation
- Travis Loop, Water Environment Federation
- Aaron Tartakovsky, Epic Cleantec
Please join us for our third annual WateReuse Nevada symposium!
- Keynote: Water Scarcity & Reuse in Southern Nevada
- Regulatory Perspectives: Nevada, California, Arizona, and Colorado
- State of the Science: UNLV, UNR, Desert Research Institute, Tahoe Environmental Research Center
We are looking for sponsors!
Call 1-800-648-1177 and ask for the Nevada Water Resources group rate (GNWRA23). Direct book HERE. $69 Mon-Thurs The room rates are available through December 28, 2022
The Annual WateReuse Symposium is the premier conference on water recycling — attracting more than 800 water professionals globally for knowledge-sharing, networking, and intriguing discussions! The event is planned in collaboration with The Water Research Foundation and will include engaging sessions on the latest reuse-related research projects.
Sunday, March 5, 2023
8:00 am to 12 noon ET
Atlanta, GA (In-Person)