The primary objectives of WateReuse Colorado include supporting the mission of the WateReuse Association, advocating for legislation and regulations which facilitate appropriate water reuse, promoting safe and effective reuse throughout the state, and improving public understanding of water reclamation.
Committee leadership, members, activities, meetings, and events are conducted in close association with the Rocky Mountain AWWA/WEA Joint Water Reuse Committee. Meeting dates, minutes, and additional resources are located at the Joint Water Reuse Committee.
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2019 WateReuse Colorado Awards
2019 WateReuse Colorado Student Scholarships
WateReuse Colorado pleased to offer three scholarships to support students focusing on water reclamation, water reuse, and/or desalination. Each scholarship is valued at $1,500 and will be awarded in September 2019 to the highest-ranking applicants among undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in an accredited Colorado university or community college, as determined by the scholarship committee. Applications must be submitted by June 15 2019. Learn More.
WateReuse Colorado Advancing Direct Potable Reuse to Optimize Water Supplies and Meet Future Demands
Documents are available for the WateReuse Colorado (WRCO) project “Advancing Direct Potable Reuse to Optimize Water Supplies and Meet Future Demands.” This project involved many stakeholders including regulators, utility providers, consultants, and advocacy groups with the goal of working towards advancing direct potable reuse (DPR) in Colorado. The project produced several deliverables that address how to tackle the regulatory, public outreach and perception, and technical hurdles that Colorado will face when implementing DPR. Three Technical Memorandums (TMs) are available in the links below that address each topic, and an executive summary with an overview of the project is included.
- TM1: Regulatory Development
- TM2: Communications and Outreach Plan
- TM3: Treatment Train Planning Tools and Case Studies
- Executive Summary
For more information, please reach out to John Rehring.
PureWater Colorado Project Makes a Splash!
The PureWater Colorado demonstration project was operated from January through April 2018 as an extension of the WateReuse Colorado Direct Potable Reuse project. The PureWater Colorado demonstration plays a key role in in preparing Colorado for future DPR projects by providing a fun, physical context for regulatory development and public outreach. Read more here.