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2018 Special Districts Legislative Days: May 22-23 As a partner of the 2018 Special Districts Legislative Days, we encourage you to join this dynamic two-day conference at the Sacramento Convention Center. This is your opportunity to gain an edge on policy changes impacting your agency and exchange ideas with California’s top decision-makers. Register here.

By |April 30th, 2018|Hot Topics|Comments Off on Mark Your Calendar

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Upcoming Workshops to Focus on SRF Priorities and Funding Target The State Water Board will host a series of workshops to review the Proposed 2018-19 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plan. The IUP will propose an annual funding target and “fundable list” of projects for funding in FY 18-19. The workshops will also [...]

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CFCC to Offer Infrastructure Funding Fairs The California Financing Coordinating Committee will host six free funding fairs between April and August. The CFCC combines the resources of five state and two federal funding agencies to provide a one-stop shop for available grants, loans and bond financing for infrastructure projects. This is a great opportunity to [...]

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Reminder: SB 1383 Workshops Set for April CalRecycle’s SB 1383 workshops will take place April 4 in Sacramento and April 6 in Carlsbad. Join to share input and learn about the implementation of SB 1382. Read more.

By |March 6th, 2018|Hot Topics|Comments Off on Mark Your Calendar

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Reminder: SB 1383 Workshops Set for March CalRecycle will hold its next round of public workshops to discuss implementation of SB 1383. The informal public stakeholder workshops will take place March 21 in Sacramento and March 22 in Carlsbad.  READ MORE

By |February 5th, 2018|Hot Topics|Comments Off on Mark Your Calendar

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SB 1383: Informal Rulemaking Workshops CalRecycle will hold its next round of public workshops on the draft SB 1383 regulatory language. The informal public stakeholder workshops will take place March 21 in Sacramento and March 22 in Carlsbad. We will provide more information as it becomes available. If you’re attending our winter conference, join us [...]

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Registration is Open! Conference registration and hotel reservations are now open for the Winter Conference (Jan. 24-26) and the Washington D.C. Policy Forum (Feb. 26-28).  Check out our event page for hotel information and registration. Preliminary program information coming soon. Questions? Contact Cheryl MacKelvie at 916-446-0388. Short-Lived Climate Pollutants: Organic Waste Methane Emissions Reductions Workshops CalRecycle will host [...]

By |October 27th, 2017|Hot Topics|Comments Off on Mark Your Calendar

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PPIC Event - Priorities for California's Water Thursday, October 26; 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Sheraton Grand Hotel, Sacramento Join PPIC Water Policy Center researchers and a diverse group of experts for a thought-provoking discussion about policy priorities for the coming water year. This conference looks at issues that are front and center for managing [...]

By |October 13th, 2017|Hot Topics|Comments Off on Mark Your Calendar

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Register Today for Our Innovative Technology Seminars Registration for the CASA/CWEA Biosolids and Renewable Energy Technology seminars is now open. Join us November 14 in Berkeley or November 15 in Irvine to hear from academic and technology researchers. You’ll learn about the resource recovery technologies and alternatives of the future. Register online by October 27 [...]

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Flushability Standards Published for Public Comment

The International Water Services Flushability Group recently published a draft flushability standard for public comment by September 1. The draft flushability standard proposes the standards for items that should and should not be flushed down the toilet. IWSFG is an international group of wastewater utilities and associations that represent the utilities. The members share a [...]

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