10-steps to On-site Water Reuse – New Workshop


Please note – the Nov 10th workshop in LA has been cancelled. We’ll post information about re-scheduling the workshop as soon as it is available.

We have the opportunity to create a new water management paradigm by incorporating innovative strategies to diversify our water supply. One of those strategies is integrating smaller, decentralized, on-site water systems into our broader centralized systems. Today, buildings, communities and campuses are collecting and treating water onsite to serve their own non-potable needs in place of potable water.

During the workshop, experts will lead you through the 10-steps to on-site water reuse following the guidelines laid out in the Blueprint for Onsite Water Systems. The Blueprint was created by WERF, SFPUC, and Water Research Foundation to assist communities with developing a local program to manage and oversee onsite water systems that protect public health. A local program can build on existing plumbing, public health, and building standards and codes while addressing water, stormwater, and wastewater management programs in a coordinated and streamlined manner. Download the flyer for more details or to register.


Two Workshops:

Wednesday, Nov. 2nd
Dublin Shannon Community Center
Ambrose Room 11600 Shannon Avenue
Dublin, CA 94568

Thursday, Nov. 10th **POSTPONED**
Please see updated flyer.


Register online.






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