The American Water Works Association is hosting an upcoming webinar addressing multiple options for source water development for both long- and short-term planning for drought. Potable reuse and conservation will be addressed along with examples of applications and success stories.
In the face of severe drought, utilities need to be able to plan for the development of alternative sources or implement conservation strategies to best use available sources. Effective conservation efforts and potable reuse are both viable options to consider. Through this webinar, viewers will understand the impacts of each and will be able to better assess appropriate approaches for their utilities.
What: Potable Reuse and Conservation: Water Source Development to Plan for Drought
When: April 8, 2015
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. MT
Cost: $120 nonmembers/$75 members
- Realize the advantage of advanced long-term planning against implications of drought.
- Analyze drought-planning benefits of using long-term conservation.
- Analyze drought-planning benefits of the mechanism of potable reuse.
- Determine long- and short-term planning methods most effective for the learner’s utility.
- John Rehring, Carollo Engineers, Inc.
- Tom Chesnutt, A & N Technical Services, Inc.
- Ben Stanford and Troy Walker, Director of Applied Research & Water Practice Leader, Hazen and Sawyer
Register online for this and other webinars.