32nd Annual WateReuse Symposium 2017
Join us for the 32nd Annual WateReuse Symposium on September 10-13 in Phoenix, AZ. The annual event presents what’s working, what’s new, and what’s next in water reuse policy, operations, technology and public perception.
- Event Type:
- Sep. 10-13, 2017
- Renaissance Phoenix Downtow
- Phoenix , AZ , USA
This year’s Symposium will feature:
- More than 100 presentations, panel discussions, and workshops.
- National, regional, and local perspectives on water policy, potable reuse, industrial reuse, water treatment, water quality, desalination, and more.
- A Reuse Bootcamp which will provide an A to Z overview of all things reuse.
- A technical tour with stops at the Town of Gilbert Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch and Scottsdale Water’s Reclamation and Advanced Water Treatment Plant.
- The Reuse Beer Fest, a culmination of a statewide contest and outreach program.
- Daily networking breaks, a networking dinner at The Duce (included in the registration), and an optional baseball game (Arizona Diamondbacks versus the Colorado Rockies).
- Annual awards luncheon and presentation.
The main features of this 31st WateReuse symposium include:
Big Picture Sessions. Water reuse is becoming an important part of a diverse water portfolio for more and more communities. The Big Picture Sessions are designed to help management teams make the right decisions for their communities. Topics include water supply resiliency, antibiotic resistance, and reuse decision-making.
Reuse Boot Camp. For the second year, the Annual WateReuse Symposium will offer a half day primer on all things reuse. This workshop is a good introduction to more technical sessions and provides a quality overview for anyone to new to reuse.
Focus on Potable Reuse. Using purified water to create a sustainable drinking water supply has been one of the most talked-about areas of reuse. A complete, three-day track on potable reuse will present case studies and information on the latest technologies and water quality management.
Industrial Reuse. Industrial and commercial enterprises are increasingly embracing water reuse. A full track of sessions throughout the Symposium will address municipal/commercial partnerships and discuss water reuse in specific industries such as oil & gas, food & beverage, and energy.
Beer Made with Recycled Water. Among the Symposium’s many networking opportunities is a tour of Florida’s first DPR pilot facility and multiple opportunities to taste the beer that has been brewed with the DPR water.