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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Findings from the annual Public Policy Institute of California’s annual Californians and the Environment survey are in. Overall, the survey found broad consensus in favor of California’s climate change policies. 67 percent of Californians are in favor of desalination plants. 52 percent say they are happy with their local government’s water conservation efforts. Read more.
If you haven’t heard, the Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency is now Monterey One Water. “The agency is beginning a new era of total water management and updating the name reinforces the commitment of the Board of Directors to participating in cooperative regional water solutions,” says General Manager Paul Sciuto.
The EPA just announced its pick of 12 projects to apply for Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loans. CASA members San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and the City of San Diego were among those chosen. The EPA invited the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to apply for $625 for wastewater system updates. [...]
We're happy to share there are no proposed increases for 2018. We will ask members to approve the 2018 dues at the current levels during the annual business meeting on August 23.
Congratulations to CASA Associate member Lystek who is the recipient of the Water Technology Company of the Year Award! Read more.
The State Water Board is hosting three workshops to discuss the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) policy and prioritization. Stakeholders will have an opportunity to brainstorm and discuss with staff the future direction of the SRF including prioritization criteria, process changes and financial capacity of the program. The first workshop is set for June [...]
The presentations from the successful W3170 meeting are now available on our website. The 3-day event held in Los Angeles June 11-13 was well attended by both researchers and CASA members. An abundance of great information was shared and connections made between the research community and the wastewater sector. A big thank you to LASAN [...]