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The 4th Annual Central Texas Water Conservation Symposium theme was “Keeping Your Head Above Water: Maximizing Alternate Water Sources”.
– What’s On the Horizon for State Water Funding & SWIFT? –
– How a Diversified Resource Strategy Can Alleviate Water Shortages –
– Alternative Water Supply Success Stories & Lessons Around Texas –
– Educating & Engaging the Public on Water Supply Options –
The symposium was sponsored by Sierra Club- Lone Star Chapter, Aqua Water Supply Corporation, Austin Area Research Organization, Austin Water, Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District, Capital Area Suburban Exchange, Central Texas Water Efficiency Network, City of Cedar Park, City of Georgetown Conservation Services Department, City of Round Rock, City of San Marcos, Lower Colorado River Authority, Texas Water Development Board, and Texas Water Foundation.
Click on the links below to download PDFs of the speakers’ presentations.
Carlos Rubinstein, Chairman, Texas Water Development Board
Ed Archuleta, Director of Water Initiatives, University of Texas at El Paso
Whitney Milberger-Laird, Water Resources Consultant, Masuen Consulting
Eric Rauschuber, Director of Utilities, City of Cedar Park
Scooter Mangold, Vice-President of General Services, SeaWorld San Antonio
Daniel Nix, Utility Operations Manager, City of Wichita Falls
Dustan Compton, Conservation Program Coordinator, City of Arlington
Karen Guz, Director of Conservation, San Antonio Water System
Jadell Hines, Conservation Program Coordinator, City of Austin
Jorge A. Arroyo, P.E., Water Management Consultant