Thursday, July 18 • 1:30pm - 3:10pm
OO&PP2. Embracing Water Supply Sustainability: The Critical Role of Alternative Water Supply and Reuse (Part 2 of 2)

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As Florida’s demand for water grows, the water pie must also grow in order to satisfy these future demands.  While conservation is an important tool, states must incorporate reuse as a source of water to meet growing needs and protect against environmental degradation.  Is it time to recognize that there may be better uses for reuse water than residential irrigation?  Is Florida ready to accept indirect or direct potable reuse?  Is the future for reuse related to aquifer replenishment?  Join us for an intriguing discussion on the policies needed to advance reuse in the Sunshine State including a discussion on 2019 legislation, the Potable Reuse Commission, upcoming regulatory activities, national reuse activities, direct and indirect potable reuse, end-users’ concerns, while also highlighting successful projects and future projects such as regional aquifer replenishment. 


Laura Donaldson

Shareholder, Manson Bolves Donaldson and Varn, P.A.

Chuck Drake

Vice President, Tetra Tech

Stephen James

Director, Office of Water Policy, Department of Environmental Protection

Kerry Kates

Director of Water and Natural Resources, Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association

Lynn Spivey

Director of City Utilities, City of Plant City
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Mandi Rice

Assistant Executive Director, Southwest Florida Water Management District

Thursday July 18, 2019 1:30pm - 3:10pm
Calusa 2-3

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