Reports & Resources
The WateReuse Pacific Northwest Section produces a quarterly newsletter highlighting recent events, legislative updates, and member accomplishments. All registered individuals associated with a WateReuse member in Idaho, Oregon, or Washington should automatically receive a copy of this email. If you do not receive a copy and would like to be added, please contact Alex Cross, National Section Coordinator.
Digital Resource Library
- Drivers for Water Reuse in the Pacific Northwest
- Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
- Idaho Department of Water Resources
- Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
- Oregon Water Resources Department
- Washington Department of Ecology
- Washington State Department of Health
Greg Fogel, WateReuse Association Director of Government Affairs and Policy, gave an update on national water reuse policy efforts for the 2022 PNW WateReuse Conference, in partnership with PNCWA.
The Pacific Northwest section of the WateReuse Association encourages the three states (Idaho, OreAlthough each of the northwest states has implemented water reuse programs in different ways, they share many of the same drivers, approaches, and uses for the treated water. This presentation includes four examples that illustrate how water reuse is implemented in the Pacific Northwest.
Past Conference Presentations
2022 PNW WateReuse Conference in Partnership with PNCWA
Todd Ableman, City of Cheney
Allison Esvelt, Esvelt Environmental Engineering
Susan Schlangen, WSC
Shelly Parini, Clackamas WES
Holly Tichenor, Brown and Caldwell
Royce Davis, City of Boise
Emily O’Morrow, Brown and Caldwell
Mamdouh El-Aarag, Office of Environmental Health & Safety
Wendy Steffensen, LOTT Clean Water Alliance Jeff Hansen, HDR
Shawn McKone, Washington DOE
Matt Plaisted, Idaho DEQ
Pat Heins, Oregon DEQ Liz Lemonds, Colorado DPHE
2021 PNW WateReuse Conference in Partnership with PNCWA
Jacque Klug, Recycled Water Project Manager, King County
Wendy Steffensen, Environmental Project Manager, LOTT Clean Water Alliance Jeff Hansen, Project Manager, HDR
Todd Miller, Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission
Haili Matsukawa, Strategic Communications Project Manager, WSC
2018 PNW WateReuse Conference
Presentations can be downloaded here
White Papers and Reports
Learn about the key drivers for water reuse in Oregon through graphics and case studies. Share this resource with the public to explain the regional benefits of reuse. The poster was debuted at the 2022 WateReuse Pacific Northwest Oregon Summer Summit and Social. View the poster
WateReuse Pacific Northwest identified an opportunity to engage members from each state in a timely discovery and action-focused workshop series.
View our Workshop Summary Report
The Pacific Northwest section of the WateReuse Association encourages the three states (Idaho, Oregon, Washington) within the region and their respective organizations and communities to continue looking for effective ways to recycle water.