Desalination subject of WRA webcast in June
31 May 11 by desalination
The WateReuse Assocation (WRA) is holding a webcast on 29 June 2011 on the subject of Desalination: A Sustainable and Reliable Water Source for the 21st Century.
The webcast is cosponsored by the American Water Works Association and the Water Environment Federation.
It will explore the current and future trends in desalination in the US and abroad. Among the topics discussed will be cost, energy requirements, environmental impacts, permitting and technology.
Success stories and lessons learned will also be featured for desalination facilities in Florida, Texas and California, including:
Andy Shea, chair of the WRA Desalination Committee will introduce presenters Nikolay Voutchkov, Water Globe Consulting; Ken Herd, Southwest Florida Water Management District ; John Balliew, El Paso Water Utilities; and Phil Lauri, West Basin Municipal Water District.
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