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Orange County


The primary objectives of the Orange County Chapter of WateReuse California are to:

  • Work collaboratively amongst the membership on issues of common interest including increasing the amount of recycled water used in the region which will help reduce the region’s reliance on imported water;
  • Promote the safe introduction and use of recycled water through the education of users and non-users by demonstrating its value to the region and by showing how it is a safe and reliable supply of non-potable water;
  • Share and disseminate information among the membership so they are current on issues and able to provide input on topics of interest;
  • Discuss and provide input on legislative and regulatory issues that affect our agencies, the region, and the state;
  • Facilitate the development of technology aimed at improving water recycling;
  • Work on projects of shared interest that can increase the use of recycled water and/or make the education and training aspects of our programs more efficient and effective; and
  • Increase public awareness and understanding of related water problems and solution.

Strategic Direction


Chapter Meetings

Meetings Resources

The meeting archive includes presentations, agendas, and other documents from past meetings.


2021 Meetings

August 19, 2021

2020 Meetings

June 18, 2020

2019 Meetings

2018 Meetings

2016 Meetings

2015 Meetings


Jason Dadakis, President
Orange County Water District
(714) 378-3364,

Scott Lynch, Vice-President
(949) 292-7454

Mark Tettemer, Immediate Past President
Irvine Ranch Water District
(949) 453-5592

Kraig Erickson, Secretary/Treasurer
Woodard & Curran
(949) 420-5306

Joone Lopez, Chapter Trustee
Moulton Niguel Water District

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