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2014 Water Reuse Conference

Water Reuse - 2014

The 10th annual Water Reuse Conference was held May 21-22, 2014, at the Riverside Hotel in Boise.

This annual conference enables water and wastewater operators, engineers, public works directors, elected officials, consultants, developers, attorneys, environmental advocates, and other professionals to continue their education, network, and discuss key issues related to water reuse in Idaho and the West.

Thanks to our planning committee:  Basic American Food, Bowen Collins & Associates, Brown and Caldwell, Cascade Earth Sciences, CDM Smith, CH2M Hill, city of Boise, city of Caldwell, city of Ketchum, DEQ, HDR, Integrated Watershed Solutions, J.R. Simplot Company, J-U-B Engineers, Keller Associates, MWH Global, Mountain Waterworks, Pharmer Engineering, Sorrento Lactalis, SPF Water Engineering, Sun Valley Water & Sewer, and WateReuse Pacific Northwest

Presentations

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Session Presenter

Welcome - Reuse Conference 10th Anniversary

Water Reuse in the West: Strong and Growing

Video: The Ways of Water

Chas Ariss, Bob Johnson, Karla Fowler, Melissa Meeker
NASA - Direct Water Reuse on the International Space Station Torin McCoy, Layne Carter, Daniel Gazda
Small Town Water Reuse: City of Filer’s Transition to Achieving Class A Recycled Water John Hurley, Pete Stayton
Ecological Mimicry and the Design of 21st Century Water Infrastructure Jay Garland
It’s the 21st Century – It’s Time to Move Beyond Ourselves and Embrace the Direct Potable Reuse of Water Art Umble
Simplot’s Potato Process Water Treatment and Return Plant – Project Description Henry Hamanishi, Al Goodman
Multi-State Regulators Session Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Utah
Land Use Permitting of Reuse Projects in Idaho Cities and Counties Brad Marshall, Jerry Mason

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Session Presenter

Advancing Water Reuse in the Pacific Northwest WateReuse Assocation Pacific NW

WateReuse, Refreshed

Karla Fowler
Food Processing Wastewater Reuse System Optimization and Capital Improvement Plan: City of Pasco, Washington Ahmad Qayoumi, Steve Venner
City of Airway Heights Water Reclamation Project Allison Esvelt
Wastewater Derived CECs in the Drinking Water Cycle Jay Garland, Susan Glassmeyer
Residual Chemicals and Infiltration of Reclaimed Water: A Scientific Study to Support Local Decision-making Karla Fowler, Jeff Hansen
A Colorado Perspective: Denver Water’s Recycled Water Program Jenny Murray
Auger Falls Heritage Park… A City Legacy in the Making Lee Glaesemann, Mark Holtzen
Effluent for the Affluent: Ketchum/Sun Valley Robyn Mattison, Pat McMahon
Water Management & Reuse – The Amalgamated Sugar Co. LLC Dean Delorey
Regulations, Regulators and Water Reuse in the Pacific Northwest Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Utah

Continuing Education Credits

IBOL CEUs approved for 1.45 CEUs wastewater, 0.6 CEUs drinking water. Utah, Washington, and Oregon wastewater CEUs are approved.