EVENTS & RESEARCH UPDATES

Leading Practices for Achieving Resilient & Sustainable Water Infrastructure Systems: December 6-7, 2017

The Sustainable Water Infrastructure Management (SWIM) Center is hosting a two-day Conference to share and explore the experiences of numerous drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater professionals and highlighting what best practices, methodologies, and strategies are being applied across the nation.

Coordinating Water Management and Urban Planning Efforts: December 7, 2017

This web seminar will discuss findings from WE&RF and WRF projects, looking at identified priority areas of water management where collaboration and coordination are needed, barriers to coordinated efforts, and tools and strategies for overcoming barriers.

Recycled Water Use in Agriculture: Overcoming the Challenges: December 14, 2017

The presentation will summarize the findings of WE&RF project Agricultural Use of Recycled Water – Impediments and Incentives (Reuse-15-08).

Agricultural Reuse Workshop: January 31, 2018

WE&RF is holding a workshop to inform attendees on the state of the science of agricultural water reuse, particularly as it pertains to the Western U.S. region.

WE&RF News & Highlights

New Partnership Between WE&RF and WaterTAP to Expand Opportunities for Water Innovation Across the U.S.-Canada Border

Two neighboring leading water innovation organizations have begun a new partnership to support the uptake of promising new water technologies.

WE&RF Awards Research Contract to Integrate Green Infrastructure into Stormwater Management Planning

WE&RF recently awarded a contract to Corona Environmental Consulting with Kennedy/Jenks as a team member to begin research on a project entitled Framework and Tools for Quantifying Green Infrastructure Co-Benefits and Linking with Triple Bottom Line Analysis.

WE&RF Accepting Pre-Proposals for Industrial Reuse and Produced Water Reuse

This solicitation seeks to fund innovative research projects that will significantly advance knowledge and scientific understanding that could provide transformative results.

WE&RF Awards Research Contract to Measure Pathogen Infectivity

WE&RF recently awarded a contract to the University of Michigan to begin research on Molecular Methods for Measuring Pathogen Viability/Infectivity (Reuse-15-07).