California Drought Summit: Re-Inventing Urban Water, Potable Reuse

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As the drought in California continues, it is becoming even clearer that our water supplies are becoming less reliable.  Bringing these organizations together last year inspired us to go to Sacramento so that regulators and legislators can hear firsthand from acclaimed water leaders and experts the value of new water partnerships for California, technological capabilities of Direct Potable Reuse (DPR), and regulatory opportunities to expand recycled water use as a locally sustainable long term water supply for California. This time, in this unprecedented collaborative partnership that includes water and wastewater associations and agencies throughout California to join together with DWR and ReNUWIt to explore how our abundant recycled water supplies can help address the drought, entitled. California Drought Summit, Re-Inventing Urban Water, and Potable Reuse.

This full day workshop will take place at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento on May 11, 2015 from 9:00AM- 4:00PM. Workshop participants will be provided with an overview of California’s drought forecast, information on Water Recycling, Regulatory Overview for Recycled Water and Direct Potable Reuse in Texas. Invited guest include: Senator Robert Hertzberg, Senator Fran Pavley, Senator Bob Wieckowski and Assembly Member Mark Stone.

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