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California’s On-again, Off-again Drought: How Can the Sanitation Districts...

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South Coast Air Quality Management District

21865 Copley Drive

Diamond Bar, CA 91765

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The Young Professionals Committee is pleased to invite you to attend a presentation on…

California’s On-again, Off-again Drought: How Can the Sanitation Districts Help

Presented by: Earle C. Hartling

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

At SCAQMD HQ

Conference Room CC-2

21865 Copley Drive,

Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Lunch will be provided

Costs: Free* for A&WMA Members and Students/Recent Grads; Non-Members $15

Please RSVP by Tuesday, October 10, 2017, Limited Seating, *Refund will be given after event.

Questions? Cynthia Carter at cynthiacarter@lacsd.org

The State of California periodically experiences episodes of severe drought that can and have significantly impacted the economy, the environment and our personal lives. Fresh water sources, particularly for Southern California, were limited to start with and are becoming even more so. Recycling water from wastewater can provide a stable, sustainable and environmentally friendly source of local water to the region. The Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County have been active in the field of water recycling for over half a century with recycled water being supplied for urban irrigation, agriculture, industry, power generation and indirect potable uses. The advantages to doing this are economic, environmental and aesthetic, and there is the potential to double or triple the over 100,000 acre-feet per year currently being beneficially reused

About the Speaker: Earle Hartling is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University in his native Los Angeles, receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Biology in 1978 and his Master’s Degree in Environmental Science and Engineering in 1981. During his stay at LMU, he was selected for membership in both the Tau Beta Pi and Alpha Sigma Nu National Honor Societies. In 1996, Mr. Hartling was certified as a Qualified Environmental Professional by the Institute for Professional Environmental Practice. Mr. Hartling is a former member of the WateReuse Association’s California Section Board of Trustees and past president of the Los Angeles Chapter of the WateReuse Association. He was named Recycled Water Person of the Year in 2013 by the Los Angeles Basin Section of the California Water Environment Association, and Recycled Water Advocate of the Year in 2014 by the WateReuse Association California Section.

Mr. Hartling has been employed with the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County since 1981. He is currently the Water Recycling Coordinator for that agency and has been involved in developing water reuse projects now serving 30 communities in Los Angeles County. His experience over three and a half decades includes water recycling facility and master planning, creating and implementing site supervisor training and reuse site inspection programs, technical report preparation and presentation, regulatory interaction, water quality evaluation, development of public information materials regarding water recycling, and performing public information activities such as plant tours and speakers bureau. He has been certified as a Competent Toastmaster and currently serves as mentor for the Sanitation Districts’ Toastmasters Club.

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