Los Angeles Basin Section Drought Symposium: One Water – Crafting Reliable & Resilient Water Sources

Los Angeles Basin’s
Crafting Reliable and Resilient Water Sources

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Tuesday, Oct 13th
8:30am to 2:00pm
Includes buffet lunch
Japanese American National Museum
100 Central Avenue
Register at http://DroughtSymposium.eventbrite.com

Can the Los Angeles region do more than simply survive droughts? Can LA thrive in a new era of extreme weather? Water professionals are responding to the drought with new ideas and new technologies to boost the reliability and resiliency of our water systems. Hear the latest updates and join the discussion. How can we work together to implement the One Water philosophy?

8:30am Registration & Networking

Morning Technical Presentations
9:00am to Noon

  • Water Recycling: Where Do We Go From Here? – Kurt Souza, State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water
  • State of Potable Reuse -Rhodes Trussell, Trussell Technologies – Author, WateReuse Foundation DPR Report
  • Desal – Then and Now – Peter MacLaggan, Poseidon Water
  • City of LA Stormwater Program – Shahram Kharaghani, City of Los Angeles

LABS & WateReuse Town Hall Forum

12:30pm to 2:00pm
Panel featuring LA’s Water Resources Managers
Conan Nolan
NBC4 Southern California
Martin L. Adams
Director of Water Operations
City of Los Angeles Department of Water & Power
Robert C. Ferrante
Assistant Chief Engineer and Assistant General Manager
Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County
Gary Hildebrand
Deputy Director
Los Angeles County Department of Public Works
Traci Minamide
Chief Operating Officer
City of Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation


Organized by LABS of CWEA and WateReuse California


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