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Workshop organized by CWEA’s Engineering and Research Committee
As California prepares for the next drought, indirect potable reuse (IPR) projects are being designed and built in dozens of cities.
What lessons can we learn from advanced water treatment facilities (AWTFs) already in operation? During this one day workshop, we’ll take a deep dive into the technical, regulatory and emerging issues that impact AWTFs.
Learn from experts, hear directly from managers and designers of IPR projects, and network with fellow water reuse operations and engineering professionals.
Technology, regulations and compounds of emerging concern are changing rapidly – learn the latest from water reuse experts.
Wednesday, January 22nd
8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Jacobs San Francisco Office
4 Embarcadero Center
San Francisco, CA 94111
- Welcome – Bryan Trussell, CWEA Engineering & Research Committee, Trussell Technologies
- George Tchobanoglous, Professor Emeritus, UC Davis
- Wyatt Troxel, WTrScience Group/EnerVention
- Scott Miller, UC Berkeley
- Alvina Mehinto, SCCWRP
- Scott Grieco, Jacobs
- Jean Debroux, Kennedy Jenks
- Lance Thibodeaux, City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Sanitation and Environment
- Understand the impact of declining flows on water reuse
- Learn about antibiotic resistance in microorganisms
- Observe use of bioanalytical tools
- Get an update on perfluorinated compounds (PFAS)
- Learn about research on the fate of chemical peaks entering water resource recovery facilities (WRRFs)
- Understand solutions to Disinfection-by-Product (DBP) formation
Join us at Jacobs beautiful San Francisco office and conference center at Four Embarcadero Center.
CWEA Local Sections are handling registration. Please follow registration link carefully, each location is different. Please don’t call CWEA HQ as they do not have details on this workshop. Please contact the appropriate local section. Photos by Paul Cockrell, Trojan and OCWD.
Event includes breakfast snacks and free buffet lunch.
Student tickets are only $20.
Please note: SFBS accepts registrations via Eventbrite and paid for by credit cards and a ticket fee is added to cover the cost of Eventbrite.