NWRI is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Orange County, California, which administers independent advisory panels that help protect public health by providing unbiased, thirdparty, expert review of state, regional, and local water resources management practices.
The City of Tampa is evaluating indirect potable reuse to optimize and integrate community water supply and environmental sustainability investments. NWRI has engaged a Panel of technical experts to review the City’s foundational planning documents and will work collaboratively with City staff to schedule a teleconference meeting with the Panel.
This award is given to a member of the Association who is not involved in a leadership role but who has been very active behind the scenes to further the goals and vision of the Association and has contributed significantly to the Association.
Dr. Glen Daigger and Dr. Nancy Love, with their co-authors have been selected by ASCE’s Environmental and Water Resources Institute to receive the 2021 Wesley W. Horner Award for the paper, “Progress and Promise Transitioning to the One Water/Resource Recovery Integrated Urban Water Management Systems,” that appeared in the October 2019 issue of the Journal of Environmental Engineering.
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On Dec 6, 2020, Prof. Glen Daigger (lead organizer), Prof. Robert Nerenberg (University of Notre Dame), Jeff Peeters (SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions), Dwight Houweling, and John McConomy (OXYMEM) organized a workshop regarding Current Status and Emerging Applications of MABR. With 192 Attendant involved in heated discussions, the workshop was a great success!
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Featuring such notable individuals as Liam Neesom (narrator), Matt Damon, Jaden Smith, and our own Professor Glen Daigger, this documentary tells the positive story about how global water problems are being addressed. In doing this it also demonstrates the wide variety of emerging approaches that are proving effective in different contexts. We need this positive message at this time in our history of addressing global water issues.