The webcast will highlight key recommendations from water utilities and industry leaders from around the world, and form an effective call to action for all water industry leaders to follow, while offering numerous resources to support water utilities as they plan for and incorporate water reuse into their sustainable water portfolio. Additionally, the webcast will highlight a case study from the Orange County Water Replenishment Project and specific approaches they used that many other utilities can use moving forward with their own water reuse projects.
- American Water Works Association (AWWA)
- AWWA and waterreuse association to co-sponsor webcast
CH2M-designed water reuse project wins Florida Water Environment Association Project of the Year Award
The Florida Water Environment Association recently chose the Central Pasco County Beneficial Water Reuse Project, the 4G Wetlands, as its 2016 David W. York Water Reuse Project of the Year Award-winner. The David W. York Water Reuse Awards recognize service in education, innovative facility design, published papers, research, excellence in water quality improvement, outstanding personal service, distinctive advertising, service in the operations field, plant safety and several other categories. Since 2010,...
IDA 2017 World Congress
Since its first Congress in 1987, the IDA World Congress has been recognized as the premier global event in the desalination and water reuse industry. The Congress offers exceptional opportunities to expand your knowledge of current and emerging desalination and water reuse technologies. Participants include end users (utilities), researchers, consultants, academia and manufacturers and suppliers of complete systems and components (inclusive of chemicals and materials). IDA is committed to the development and...
CA reuse efforts to continue in new water year
Although California entered its 2017 water year on 1st October in a relatively healthy condition, Metropolitan Water District officials warned this week that the state cannot afford to ease up on its conservation and recycling efforts. Despite improved water allocations and storage levels, MWD continues to explore a large-scale water recycling scheme, while an increasing number of water authorities are investigating potable reuse initiatives, spurred on by the availability of Proposition 1 funding. The state&rsqu...
Toro Equipment new member of the Spanish Association of Desalination and Water Reuse
AEDyR was created in 1998 after the successful IDA Congress held in Madrid in 1997. This association intends to gather all individuals, companies and organizations dealing with desalination and water reuse in Spain. Toro Equipment manufacturer of water and wastewater equipment industries, is already a member of AEDyR. Its aim to help and contribute with their knowledge to the group of desalination and water reuse in Spain. Next October AEDyR will celebrate the XI Internatioal Congress in Valencia, Toro Equipment...
Tucson, Arizona’s Potable Water Reuse Pilot Project wins WateReuse Arizona Project of the Year award
The award, which was presented at the Arizona Water Reuse 2016 Symposium, recognizes outstanding contributions to the water reuse industry within the state of Arizona. WateReuse Arizona has selected Tucson, Arizona’s Potable Water Reuse Pilot as its 2016 Project of the Year recipient. The award, which was presented at the Arizona Water Reuse 2016 Symposium in Flagstaff, held July 24-26, recognizes outstanding contributions to the water reuse industry within the state of Arizona. The six-month pilot test...