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Subject:                                Webcast | Digital Water Applications for System Reliability in Water Reuse Systems


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Digital Applications

Webcast: Digital Water Applications for System Reliability in Water Reuse Systems

Champion Sponsor: Black & Veatch
May 13, 2020
10 am PT |&n! bsp;1 pm ET

Water reuse is gaining more importance as a key element of water supply reliability, particularly as more states develop and expand regulatory frameworks. The ability to implement digital water solutions in the form of connected monitoring, controls, and predictive analytics tools, especially in the form an integrated “digital twin” is invaluable to ensure reliability and continuous surveillance of total system performance. Join us to learn about the latest digital technology that you can use to ensure system reliability.

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Webcast: Water Reuse – An Operational Discussion

Sponsor: WateReuse Florida
May 20, 2020
11 am PT | 2 pm ET

Water and Wastewater operators have a unique perspective on source water and the operational considerations for water reuse. Our panel of operators will discuss topics key to water reuse operations, including licensing and permitting, long term planning, and policy shifts from past practices. The presenters combined have over 100 years of water/wastewater operational experience. Join us for the reuse front line perspective to celebrate Water Reuse Week in Florida!

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Webcast: Water Education Today – Distance Learning Tools to Support Community Engagement and Homeschooling

May 27, 2020
11 am PT | 2 pm ET

Project WET advances water education to understand global challenges and inspire local solutions such as water reuse. With most of the world currently engaged in distance learning, Project WET has adapted their programs to provide valuable resources to a wide range of audiences, including utilities, parents, children, educators, community members, and corporations. Join us to learn how you can use Project WET’s interactive, hands-on activities to educate ratepayers, build community support for water recycling, and create home learning opportunities.

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Webcast: The Rainbow and Vision of a Decentralized DPR Community

Champion Sponsor: Carollo Engineers
May 20, 2020
11 am PT | 2 pm! ET

The Rainbow is a planned public artwork, envisioned to catalyze the implementation of Direct Potable Reuse. Join us to learn about the advanced purification system that will treat raw wastewater to potable standards to produce water for The Rainbow. Set against the iconic landscapes of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay, the artist and partners will create a massive water wall in which The Rainbow will emerge at daily intervals. The goal of the project is to eventually transform Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture into California’s first decentralized DPR community.

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Water Recycling and Wet Weather Management

Learn how decentralized systems help urban and suburban environments increase resiliency, expand capacity, and optimize centralized wastewater treatment systems.

Available until May 20, 2020

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Using Graywater and Stormwater to Enhance Local Water Supplies

Hear results from a study on the potential risks, costs, and benefits of two alternative local water supply sources—graywater and stormwater.

Available until May 20, 2020

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Membranes 101: The Basics and Beyond

Learn how membranes can be used alone, or in conjunction with complementary technologies, to remove a broad range of contaminants from water.

Available until May 13, 2020

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Selecting the Best Technology for Water Reuse: Overview of the MBR Process

Offering a smaller footprint, smaller price tag, and high quality treatment, MBRs are a compelling solution for advanced water reuse applications.

Available until May 13, 2020

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