WEBINAR: Using Alternative Wastewater Treatments
to Cut Pollution and Save Water
Wednesday, June 30, 2021
Noon- 1:00 PM
Link provided day of presentation.
About the Event:
Did you know that developments can earn LEED points in the Water Management, Green Infrastructure & Buildings, and Innovation categories by using alternative wastewater technologies? Projects that recycle their treated wastewater can reduce their water consumption and prevent sewage pollution.
This panel presentation will explain:
Chris Herrington is the Environmental Officer for the City of Austin and has worked with the Watershed Protection Department since 1996. He has many years of experience in assessing the impacts of wastewater on surface water and groundwater resources in Central Texas. Chris led a successful effort to convince the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to adopt new rules for the beneficial reuse of wastewater.
Brian Zabcik is currently the Wastewater Campaign Organizer at Save Barton Creek Association and was previously the Clean Water Advocate at Environment Texas. He is the author of “Pristine to Polluted: Sewage Problems and Solutions in the Texas Hill Country,” and “Texas Stormwater Scorecard.” He has worked on advocacy campaigns for better wastewater and stormwater policies at both the city and state level.
David Price is the current president of the Texas River Protection Association, a current board member of the Texas Onsite Wastewater Association, and a former member of the Water and Wastewater Commission of the City of Austin. He has extensive professional experience in the design, construction, and O&M of wastewater treatment plants, as well as experience in zero-discharge treatment alternatives.
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