Please join WateReuse Pacific Northwest for a two part lunch and learn webcast series highlighting how water reuse is helping to address water resource challenges in our region.
How Water Reuse Creates New Ways to Manage Wastewater Discharge
July 17, 2020 |11:00-12:30 PDT
With many communities facing more stringent wastewater discharge limits in the Pacific Northwest, reuse is being examined as a compliance strategy that can create additional water resource benefits. We will learn how water reuse is being looked at by the Bay Area Clean Water Agencies in the San Francisco Bay area to reduce nutrient loading to the estuary through a coordinated multi-utility assessment. We will then shift attention to Western Oregon to hear from Clean Water Services and the work they are doing to examine how water reuse can help their utility comply with water quality limits.
- Dave Clark, Senior Vice President, Wastewater Market Sector Director, HDR Engineering
- Jared Kinnear, Reuse Manager, Clean Water Services
- Susan Schlangen, Engineer, Water Systems Consulting
From Urban to Rural: Water Reuse Case Studies in the Pacific Northwest
July 31, 2020 | 11:00-12:30 PDT
Join us as we learn how water reuse is being reimagined and employed in different ways and scales. We will hear from the Portland Water Bureau regarding decentralized on-site non-potable water reuse to address water resource challenges for the City of Portland. We will then shift attention to a smaller community in the Pacific Northwest, the City of Hagerman, Idaho to learn how water reuse is helping the city comply with NPDES permit limits.
- Chris Warner, Portland Water Bureau
- Dan Ayers, Engineer, J-U-B Engineers
- Justin Hulme, Public Works Superintendent, City of Hagerman, ID