The annual Gulf Coast Water Conservation Symposium provides water utilities with the information needed to implement successful water conservation programs, effectively engage customers, and plan for the future.
Topics covered include:
- The EPA WaterSense Program and how your can use it to save water
- Houston Water Future & Water Conservation’s Role
- Water Conservation Planning and Practice – New Tools for Utilities!
- The Municipal Water Conservation Tracking Tool – how to use this new (free) tool to plan your programs
- Water Conservation Plan are due in May – Best Practices and Resource to get the job done
- Decentralized Water Reuse: Case Studies from across the US + Evolution of Policy & Practice
- Dallas Water Utilities and New Braunfels Utilities – Using creative strategies to manage growth and water supplies for cities big and small
Harnessing the Power of WaterSense for Local Water Conservation & Efficiency Programs
Veronica Blette, Chief of the EPA Office of Wastewater Management’s WaterSense Program
Houston Water Future & Water Conservation’s Role
Yvonne Forrest, Director of Houston Water with Houston Public Works
Water Conservation & Water Loss: What are you doing?
John Sutton of the Texas Water Development Board’s Municipal Water Conservation Program
The Municipal Water Conservation Planning Tool: How to use this new (free) tool to plan your programs
Bill Christiansen, Director of Programs for the Alliance for Water Efficiency
Dallas Water Utilities and One Water: A Water Efficient Future
Terry Lowery, Director of Dallas Water Utilities
One Water Strategies in New Braunfels: Managing Demand to Increase Sustainability and Resiliency
Ryan Kelso, Director of Water Services and Compliance for New Braunfels Utilities