EventsThe list of events below is intended for informational purposes only and does not necessarily constitute an endorsement by Reclamation. These events may be of interest to the science and research and related communities and are not necessarily hosted by Reclamation.
October 27-30, 2013: Geological Society of America's 125th Anniversary Annual Meeting & Exposition
Reclamation is presenting papers on water treatment and management options for rural communities using advanced water treatment strategies.
November 12-14, 2013: International Petroleum Environmental Conference (IPEC)
Reclamation is presenting information on water management planning guidelines and produced water treatment facilities for water reuse.
March 30 - April 2, 2014: AWWA Sustainable Water Management Conference
Presenting solutions for balancing the benefits of conservation with the costs, managing infrastructure, developing robust supply models and watershed management plans, water reuse, resource management, green infrastructure and more.
May 4-7, 2014: 2014 National Ground Water Association Groundwater Summit
June 9-13, 2013: American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exhibition
May 21-22, 2013: Produced Water Management in the West
April 7-10, 2013: AWWA Sustainable Water Management Conference.
March 14, 2013: An Innovative, User Friendly Tool for Evaluating Energy Recovery Devices for Desalination Plants (WateReuse Webinar)
February 26, 2013: Webinar: Intro to Corrosion (Reclamation's Technical Service Center Webinar).
February 14, 2013: A Graywater Reuse Database that Addresses Treatment, Public Health, and Regulatory Issues (WateReuse Webinar).
February 13-15, 2013: Multi-State Salinity Coalition Summit 2013
October 25-26, 2012: 2011 World's Best Technologies Conference
- New Generation Cellulose Acetate Reverse Osmosis Membrane (PDF, 64 kB): new cellulose acetate membrane will reduce water treatment costs for water treatment plants
- Chlorine Resistant Polyamide Reverse Osmosis Membranes (PDF, 62 kB): new polyamide membranes will reduce water treatment costs significantly
- Forward Osmosis Water Purification (PDF, 73 kB): improvements to forward osmosis membranes and processes can significantly reduce capital and energy costs for membrane separation plants
October 3, 2012: Climate Change and Water Working Group: Climate/Hydrology Workshop
February 14-16, 2012: Large Wood Conference
December, 2011: New Energy, New Water Conference (PDF, 1.5 MB)
September 14, 2011: River Restoration
February 3-6, 2004: Upper Klamath Basin Science Workshop
This information was last updated on September 13, 2013
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