Join a group of stormwater management leaders from around the US to discuss stormwater capture motivations and drivers, barriers to progress, and future directions. This group will touch on questions like- Why are communities pursuing stormwater capture for use now? How do community interests in stormwater harvesting vary across the country? What factors get in the way of progress? Where do we want to be with stormwater capture in 20 years? The audience will learn about the different motivators, unique strategies, and opportunities to market and advance stormwater capture across the U.S.
Panelists will include:
Randy Bartlett, Fairfax County VA
Sharlene Leurig, Texas Water Trade/Austin Water Forward
Mark Doneux, St. Paul, MN Capitol Region Watershed District
Amanda Carr, Orange County, CA, Orange County Public Works
Sharam Kharaghani, City of Los Angeles
Lynn Broaddus, Water Environment Federation
Gary Hawkins, University of Georgia
This webinar will be the first of a series of four webinars as part of the National Water Reuse Action Plan, Action 2.3.3. Co-sponsors include the WateReuse Association, U.S. EPA, National Municipal Stormwater Alliance (NMSA), Re-Inventing the Nation’s Urban Water Infrastructure (ReNUWIt), Water Environment Federation, and Johnson Foundation at Wingspread (JFW).
SAVE THE DATE for our second webinar on 2/23/21, 11-2 Pacific, 2-4 Eastern entitled “Developing Stormwater Treatment Standards- Where’s the Action?” Details to follow.