WE&RF Partners with NWRI on 2016 Clarke Prize Conference

The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) is pleased to support the 2016 NWRI Clarke Prize Conference, a 1-day premier event featuring presentations on the most innovative research and activities today in urban water sustainability. www.clarkeprize.com

The conference will be held by the National Water Research Institute (NWRI) on Fri., Nov. 4, 2016, in Newport Beach, Calif.   
The conference is being supported by WE&RF along with NWRI’s member agencies and corporate associate sponsors.  Presentations feature many WE&RF researchers and include:
Joan Rose, Michigan State U., on “Legionella and the Revolution in Water Distribution Microbiology”

Walter Jakubowski, WaltJay Consulting, and Ryan Reinke, Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts, on “Antibiotics … Resistance Is Futile! Presence, Impact, and Treatment and Removal of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Water”

Channah Rock, U. Arizona, on “Advances in Methods to Assess Microbial Water Quality”

Rhodes Trussell, Trussell Technologies, on “Water Quality Assessment for Direct Potable Reuse”

Daniel Schlenk, UC Riverside, on “Application of Bioassays for Monitoring Chemicals in Water Quality”

David Sedlak, UC Berkeley, on “The Fifth Water Revolution”

Pedro Alvarez, Rice U., on “Nanotechnology-Enabled Water Treatment: A Vision to Enable Decentralized Water Treatment and Reuse”

Sybil Sharvelle, Colorado State U., on “Public Health Guidance on Implementing Decentralized Non-Potable Water Systems”