San Francisco, California
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Sustainable Silicon Valley takes a major step in organizing a working group to enable On-Site Non-Potable Water Reuse Systems in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties, including guidelines for Technology, Permitting and Monitoring. You are invited to join the working group. The working group will follow the Blueprint for On-Site Water Recycling created by the SFPUC and determine next Steps on Implementation in Silicon Valley. We would also like to share with you the San Francisco PUC’s On-Site, Non-Potable Water Use Guide.
Your great work and participation will make this a productive and memorable meeting and will help us move the water project created in San Francisco forward towards a Net Positive future.
To understand the system that San Francisco has created and how it is working? We want to adopt it San Mateo and Santa Clara County.
Agreement of the out plan going forward.
Overall goal is the process to enable distributed water treatment state wise.
A guideline both grey and black water and the city/ community can choose what is better option for them.
What: On-Site Water Treatment for Non-Potable Reuse Working Group
Topic: On-Site Non-Potable Water Reuse Systems in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties
When: Friday, May 8 @ 10:00am -1:00pm
Lunch will be served; please keep rush hour traffic in mind.
Carpooling is encouraged (contact us if you want help finding/offering a ride)
Where: Mitchell Park Community Center
3700 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto CA 94303 (Adobe South Room)
- Paula Kehoe presentation on Blueprint for On-Site Water Recycling
- Interactive Small Group Breakout sessions
- Summary of Breakout Results
- Understand the ordinances, the process systems, SFO has in place.
- Roles and responsibilities.
- What would work & what would not work in your city
JOIN US - We at SSV are committed to facilitate necessary conversations and to continue to drive Silicon Valley’s ingenuity to tackle the greatest challenges of our time. We look forward to a productive, in-depth conversation on water recycling, reuse and management to create a more resilient region with continued guidance and expertise. We look forward to have you join us at this important and exciting meeting.
Don’t miss this important opportunity to network, learn, contribute and collaborate for innovation among the Valley’s brightest thought-leaders from Public works, Water and Buiding Department.
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Sustainable Silicon Valley
Founded in 2000 as a project of California EPA, Sustainable Silicon Valley is integral to the Silicon Valley community and culture of innovation. We bring the public and private sectors together to solve challenging sustainability issues. SSV facilitates collaboration and networking, leveraging the ingenuity and creativity of Silicon Valley. Our 46 members include Facebook, Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn, SCVWD, BAWSCA, the county of santa clara and most local cities.
SSV's Water Mission
To ensure the Bay Area has a resilient water supply to enable the region's continuing success and maintain a high quality of life with enough water for residents, businesses and natural habitats.
For more info : www.sustainablesv.org