Early Bird registration opened today for the 2024 WateReuse Symposium, taking place March 11-14, 2024 in Denver, Colorado. You can learn more and register at watereuse.org/symposium.
The 2024 WateReuse Symposium is the 39th annual convening of water professionals and water reuse practitioners globally for knowledge-sharing, networking, and collaboration. This year’s theme, Removing Barriers, Elevating Opportunities, is a celebration of a unique moment for water reuse. New funding, new collaborations, and new regulatory frameworks are elevating opportunities for reuse projects nationwide. Water reuse practitioners will share strategies to empower safer, more resilient, and more sustainable communities and businesses with water reuse.
The Symposium takes place in Colorado – the first state to adopt comprehensive direct potable reuse regulations – and will feature tours of treatment plants in Aurora and Castle Rock, as well as innovative reuse programs at Denver Water, CSU Spur, and the unique PureWater Colorado Mobile DPR Facility. Photographer, adventurer, and author Pete McBride will kick off the event by providing an intimate portrait of the Colorado River, exploring how water reuse can play a part in preserving this unique American treasure. The Symposium will close with the first-ever Water Reuse Technology Showcase, presented by WateReuse Association and the National Alliance for Water Innovation (NAWI). The showcase will spotlight top new and emerging technologies that could significantly improve and/or transform water recycling during the next five to 15 years.
The WateReuse Association is the nation’s only trade association solely dedicated to advancing laws, policy, funding, and public acceptance of recycled water. Our membership includes utilities that recycle water, businesses that support the development of recycled water projects, and consumers of recycled water. www.watereuse.org