Water Reuse 2014
To engage and inform water managers, elected officials, and engineers from Arizona's municipalities, counties and water districts about opportunities for reclaimed water use.
NEW! Conference registration has closed
We have met our capacity for this conference. Watch this website for a summary of the conference outcomes. Also visit the WateReuse Arizona webpage for more information on reclaimed water. This site will also provide listings of upcoming meetings in Arizona and nationwide on reclaimed water
Field trip registration is still open to conference registrants
Register now for the field trip. The field trip is free of charge, but limited to those registered for the conference.
When and where
20, 2014, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Yavapai College, Prescott, Arizona Campus
21, 2014, starting at 9:00 am.
Reclaimed water facility in Cottonwood and Southwest Wine Center at Yavapai College in Clarkdale.
Conference topics and speakers
Arizona's Water Future
Doug Dunham, Arizona Department of Water Resources, Office of the Director
Status of Water Reuse in Arizona
Michael Fulton, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, Water Quality Division Director
Case Study: San Pedro River Recharge Project
Pat Call, Cochise County Board of Supervisors
David Gann, Arizona Rivers Program Coordinator, The Nature Conservancy
Timothy Thomure, Water Reuse Practice Lead, HDR Engineers
Dr. Ellen McDonald, Alan Plummer Associates
Case Studies: Verde Valley
City of Prescott: Leslie Graser, Water Resource Specialist
Town of Prescott Valley: John Munderloh, Water Resources Manager
City of Cottonwood: Dan Lueder, Utility Director
Yavapai College Viticulture Program: Nikki Check, Director of Viticulture
Technologies for Reuse
Guy Carpenter, Water Resources & Reuse Group Leader, Carollo Engineers
Contaminants of Emerging Concern
Brad Hill, Utilities Director, City of Flagstaff
Channah Rock, Soil & Water Science Department, University of Arizona