32nd Annual WateReuse Symposium

Phoenix, AZ
September 10-13, 2017
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Join WateReuse 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. 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 AZ Pure Water Brew Challenge, a culmination of a statewide contest and public outreach program.
  • Daily networking breaks, a networking dinner with dancing at The Duce (included in the registration), and an optional baseball game (Arizona Diamondbacks versus the Colorado Rockies).
  • Annual awards luncheon and presentation.
WE&RF Featured Research at the 32nd Annual WateReuse Symposium

WE&RF Project 
Project Title        
 Reuse-13-12   Evaluation of Source Water Control Options and the Impact of Selected Strategies on DPR           Completed   
 Reuse-14-03   Methodology for a Comprehensive Analysis of Alternative Water Supply Projects Compared to DPR   Ongoing  
 Reuse-14-07   Performance and Cost Review of Existing Desalination Plants Which Use Conventional and Membrane Pretreatment Processes Prior to RO   Ongoing
 Reuse-14-16   Operational, Monitoring, and Response Data from Unit Processes in Full-Scale Water Treatment, IPR and DPR   Ongoing   
 Reuse-15-03   Scorecard for Evaluating Opportunities in Industrial Water Reuse   Ongoing   
 Reuse-15-04   Characterization and Treatability of TOC from DPR Processes Compared to Surface Water Supplies   Ongoing  
 Reuse-15-06   Case Study of the City of Carlsbad and Their Experience with Integrating Seawater Supply in Municipal Distribution Systems   Ongoing  
 Reuse-15-09   Survey of Effective Statutes and Regulatory Policies   Ongoing  
 Reuse-15-10   Optimization of Ozone-BAC Treatment Processes for Potable Reuse Applications   Ongoing  
 Reuse-15-12   Treating Municipal Reclaimed Water for Multipurpose Industrial Reuse Applications at an Electric Utility and for Wetlands Rehydration in Florida   Ongoing  
 Reuse-15-13    NDMA Precursor Control Strategies for DPR   Ongoing  
 Reuse-16-03      White Paper on Groundwater Replenishment with Recycled Water on Agricultural Lands   Ongoing