The 6th Annual Central Texas Water Conservation Symposium theme was “Conservation, Come Drought or High Water.”
The symposium was sponsored by: Austin Water, AARO, Aqua Water Supply Corporation, Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District, Capital Area Suburban Exchange, Cedar Park, Lower Colorado River Authority, Round Rock Texas Utilities and Environmental Services, City of Pflugerville, Seton Healthcare Family, Sierra Club, The City of San Marcos, Texas Water Foundation, Texas American Water Works Association and the Texas Water Development Board.
Conservation Loves a Crisis: Lessons From North America’s Driest City
Doug Bennett, Conservation Manager, Southern Nevada Water Authority
Panel: Economic Development: If You Conserve it, Will They Come?
Amy Madison, Pflugerville Community Development Corporation
Jon Hoceknyos, TXP Inc.
Demand Hardening: Implications of Investments in Long-Term Water Conservation for Drought Shortage Planning Study
Anil Bamezai, Alliance for Water Efficiency
Role of Water Reuse in Conservation and Water Supply
Bob Johnson, McManus and Johnson Consulting Engineers
Panel: Conservation Software: Is Data the Answer?
Mark Jordan, Austin Water Utility
Dustan Compton, Tarrant Regional Water District
Malini Banerjee, City of Dallas
Water Conservation Design for the New Seton Medical Center
Shaun Grimm, WSP+ccrd
Legislative and Regulatory Updates for Water Conservation
Heather Cooke, Austin Water Utility