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PAST WEBINAR RECORDINGS
Recycling 100% Reclaimable Wastewater Flows into High-Quality Drinking Water
- Mike Markus, General Manager, Orange County Water District
- Jim Herberg, General Manager, Orange County Sanitation District
Investing in Local Projects: Groundwater, Water Supplies, and Infrastructure
- Steve Sheldon, President, Orange County Water District
- John Kennedy, Executive Director of Engineering and Local Resources, Orange County Water District
- Marice DePasquale, President, Mesa Water District
- Paul Shoenberger, General Manager, Mesa Water District
Preparing for Maximized Stormwater Capture While Safeguarding the Region from Flood Damage
- Ben Smith, Director of Recharge and Wetland Operations, Orange County Water District
- Don Houlihan, Recharge Operations Supervisor, Orange County Water District
View the October 13 presentation slides
Take It to The (Water) Bank: Ensuring Regional Water Supply Reliability
- Adekunle Ojo, Manager of Water Resources, San Bernardino Valley Water District
- Adam Hutchinson, Recharge Planning Manager, Orange County Water District
- Ryan Shaw, Director of Water Resources, Western Municipal Water District
- Leighanne Kirk, Principal Water Resources Specialist, Eastern Municipal Water District
View the August 15 presentation slides
A Regional Update on Southern California’s Water Supplies
- Demetri Polyzos, Team Manager, Water Resource Management Group, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
- John Kennedy, Executive Director of Engineering and Water Resources, Orange County Water District
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