A Better Approach to Water Supply

A Better Approach to Water Supply

For the first time ever, CCEEB is holding special seminar open to the public and all interested stakeholders on water quality and water supply issues.  The seminar builds on CCEEB’s work in the areas of storm water, ground water, recycled water, conservation, regional basin plans, and multiple benefit projects developed through public-private partnerships, bringing together top experts in for in-depth, interactive discussions with seminar attendees. The water seminar will also explore opportunities for different groups to collaborate on sustainable solutions to water supply and to help prioritize water quality objectives at the state and regional water boards.

The CCEEB water seminar will take place in Sacramento, California on April 25, 2017 at the Capitol Event Center located at 1020 11th Street.

Invited panelists include:

  • Steven Moore, State Water Resources Control Board Member
  • Bob Antonoplis, Assistant General Counsel, The Walt Disney Company
  • Joe Bellas, Vice President Environmental Affairs, NBC Universal
  • Sean Bothwell, Policy Director, California Coastkeeper Alliance
  • Celeste Cantu, General Manager, Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority
  • Brent Eidson, City of San Diego Public Utilities Department
  • Ken Farfsing, Interim City Manager, City of Carson
  • Grace Hyde, General Manager, County Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County
  • Peter MacLaggan, Senior Vice President of CA Project Development, Poseidon
  • Danny Merkley, Director of Water Resources, California Farm Bureau
  • Halla Razak, Director, City of San Diego Public Utilities Department (or)
  • Cindy Tuck, Deputy Executive Director, Association of California Water Agencies
  • Rich Watson, Channel Watershed Group

Seminar Moderators:

  • Gerald D. Secundy, CCEEB President and former vice chair of the state water board
  • Jonathan Clay, California Environmental Dialogue Executive Director
  • Dawn Koepke, CCEEB Water Chemistry and Waste Project Manager
  • Dr. Susan Paulsen, Special Consultant, CCEEB Water Quality Task Force
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