More than 800 water professionals from across the world are set to attend the 37th annual WateReuse Symposium next week in San Antonio, Texas to share knowledge and network through more than 80 technical sessions.
Garver Water Reuse Practice Leader Michael Watts, Ph.D., PE, will be a part of this year's technical program, delivering a presentation in the Advancing Community Reuse track.
Read below for more information, and click here to stream his presentation on-demand: bit.ly/3MpEOQe
Water Reuse Practice Leader Michael Watts, Ph.D., PE | Sample Compositing for New Insights into the Fate of CECs in Potable Reuse | 3:30 p.m., March 6
In 2017, Garver had the unique opportunity to partner with a National Science Foundation I/UCRC research center, and Eurofins Eaton Analytical, to assess the constituents of emerging concern (CECs) profiles and concentrations leaving three municipal wastewater treatment facilities in Texas and Oklahoma. Watts will present on the results at one of the three WWTPs, utilizing a new sampling regime based on timed, composite effluent sampling at strategic locations at the Norman Water Reclamation Facility in order to reassess the fate of CECs.
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