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San Diego

The San Diego Regional Chapter of the WateReuse Association was founded in 2000 to support the ever-increasing focus on water recycling to supplement and diversify the San Diego region’s water supplies. Members of the San Diego Regional Chapter include recycled water purveyors, recycled water customers, regulatory agencies, engineering and consulting firms, equipment vendors, as well as interested individuals from the community at large.

WateReuse San Diego 20th Anniversary

The San Diego Chapter celebrated their 20th anniversary in April 2022

20th Anniversary Celebration, April 2022


The mission of the San Diego Regional Chapter of the WateReuse Association is to provide a forum for the exchange of information to promote the beneficial use of recycled water in the San Diego region.

Water Reuse in San Diego

Water is essential to San Diego’s economy, quality of life and world-famous environment. The San Diego region has few local sources of water and more than 80 percent of the water is imported from hundreds of miles away. The imported water is unreliable since years of plentiful water can be followed by years of drought and water scarcity. The arid, Mediterranean-like climate receives an average of 10-inches of rainfall a year, enough to supply only a fraction of our current population. To meet current and future water needs, the San Diego region must diversify its sources of water and increase its use of locally produced water. Recycled water is an important piece of the puzzle in solving our long-term water reliability needs. Since 1961, recycled water use for golf course and landscape irrigation, as well as some recreational, commercial and industrial uses, has continued to increase and offset San Diego’s need to import water, continually improving our quality of life.

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Membership in the WateReuse Association and the CA state section are required to participate in the San Diego Chapter. No dues are required to participate in the chapter, but the section does collect a voluntary $75 contribution on top of standard dues to support chapter scholarships and events. Existing WateReuse members, as well as non-members, who wish to participate in the section should contact us at membership@watereuse.org to get connected.


Rosalyn Prickett, President
Rincon Consultants

Mitch Bartolo, President-Elect
Trussell Technologies

Lindsey Stephenson, Past President
Olivenhain Municipal Water District

Tom Falk, Trustee
San Elijo Joint Powers Authority

Jesica Cleaver, Secretary
San Diego County Water Authority

Antonia Estevez-Olea, Director of Public Relations
Water Systems Consulting

Aaron Cook, Treasurer
Fallbrook Public Utility District

Megan Drummy, Editor
Hazen and Sawyer

Meetings and Events

Meeting Resources

Meetings resources include presentations, agendas, and other documents from past meetings.


Chapter Meeting, December 7, 2023

Chapter Meeting, September 27, 2023

Chapter Meeting, May 17, 2023

Chapter Meeting, February 28, 2023

Chapter Meeting, November 15, 2022

Chapter Meeting, August 18, 2022

Chapter Meeting, March 30, 2022

Chapter Meeting, December 14, 2021

Chapter Meeting, August 25, 2021

Chapter Meeting, June 23, 2021

Chapter Meeting, April 1, 2021

Chapter Meeting, December 9, 2020

Chapter Meeting, October 6, 2020


Presentations and Handouts

  • WateReuse California Update
    • Paul Sciuto, President of Board of Trustees and General Manager of Monterey One Water
    • Jennifer West, Managing Director of WateReuse California
  • Regulatory Updates with Q&A
    • Division of Drinking Water – Recycled Water Unit
      • Candida Granillo-Dodds, Water Resource Control Engineer
    • San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board
      • Fisayo Osibodu, PE, Water Resource Control Engineer
      • Brandon Bushnell, EIT, Water Resource Control Engineer

Chapter Meeting, July 16, 2020



Chapter Meeting, February 19, 2020


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WateReuse is the only trade association that focuses solely on advancing laws, policy and funding to increase water reuse. Our niche strategy sets us apart from other organizations in the water industry.

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