August Rocky Mountain reuse workshop set for Golden

This year's Rocky Mountain Water Reuse Workshop is to be held at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado, on 14 August 2014.

The workshop is sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association, the Rocky Mountain Section of the American Water Works Association and the Colorado Section of the WateReuse Association.

An opportunity to share information and exchange experiences on water reuse in the Rocky Mountain region, the workshop will feature approximately 20 presentations in two concurrent sessions on various reuse topics. Areas of emphasis may include cost allocation and funding of projects, reuse of produced water, direct and indirect potable reuse, industrial reuse, regulations, public education, operational challenges, salinity management, drinking water supply augmentation, research, regional case studies and other hot topics.

The organizers say the workshop is recommended for regulators, utilities interested in or practicing reuse, current and potential users of recycled water, consulting engineers, attorneys and other interested parties. The program and registration forms will be available shortly.

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