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Brine Minimization Maximizes IPR Potential : An OCWA Webinar

  • 18 May 2022
  • 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online ZOOM Webinar

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  • The Meeting Link will be emailed
    when participants Register.
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May 18, 2022
Industry Insight Webinar

Brine Minimization Maximizes
Potential for an
Inland Potable Reuse Project


May 18, 2022 – 12:30 pm

This Presentation will be made ONLY
as an Online
ZOOM
Webinar

Presented by:
Fred Gerringer
Hazen and Sawyer
and
Wendie Heie
Rancho California Water District


Hosted by OCWA

Sponsored by

Black & Veatch,
MKN Associates,
Ninyo and Moore, and
West Yost


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As always, our
Online ZOOM Webinar
is offered FREE
to our Members. 

Non-Members Still Pay
Only $10.00


About Our Presentation

Rancho California Water District (Rancho Water) in Temecula, California has been studying options for a groundwater injection indirect potable reuse (IPR) project to provide a locally controlled, drought-resistant water supply that decreases salt loading to the groundwater basin.

The largest hurdle to project implementation for this inland water agency is the disposal of reverse osmosis (RO) concentrate.

This project used economic and non-economic criteria to demonstrate how Rancho Water could use high recovery RO and brine ponds with an enhanced evaporation technology to implement a larger IPR project than originally anticipated. This helped them improve water supply resiliency despite no access to a brine line or ocean outfall for RO concentrate disposal.

Plan to join us May 18 for this informative, timely discussion of one of IPR’s more restrictive issues. This presentation will provide both insight into how seemingly intractable problems were resolved, as well as understanding of how future issues may be addressed. Make your reservation today!


OCWA Members with Reservations:  FREE

Non-Members with Reservations:  $10.00

The Meeting Link will be emailed
when participants Register.

Cancellations received AFTER Tuesday, May 17,
CANNOT be refunded.

About Our Speakers

Fred Gerringer
West Region Water Reuse Practice Leader,
Hazen and Sawyer

Dr. Fred Gerringer serves as Hazen and Sawyer’s West Region Water Reuse Practice Leader. He has over 20 years experience working in the public and private sectors on water reuse, drinking water, and wastewater projects throughout California. He has managed projects at all stages of development, from initial planning and pilot testing through design and construction.

Dr. Gerringer was a member of the committee that developed the AWWA CA-NV and CWEA Advanced Water Treatment Operator Certification Program and is the current president of the Los Angeles Chapter of the WateReuse Association.


Wendie Heie
Rancho California Water District

Wendie Heie has 15 years’ experience in water and wastewater planning, engineering and operations projects with an end goal of water self-sufficiency and resiliency. She has worked in the consulting world designing and conducting bench-scale coagulation and disinfection experiments, pilots and demonstration projects using membrane technologies and concentrate management; all aimed at making true the elusive dream of ‘every drop to drink.’

She currently works as a water resources engineer for Rancho California Water District where she leads asset management projects, wrangles copious reports and, in her spare time, manages the District’s IPR efforts.


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