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California is developing an addendum to A Proposed Framework for Regulating Direct Potable Reuse in California, which consists of an early draft of the anticipated criteria for direct potable reuse. The Water Resources Division and the Desalination & Recycled Water Committee will be drafting and recommending comments that CA-NV AWWA could submit on the Addendum, either separately or in conjunction with WateReuse or other associations. Comments to the State Water Board’s Division of Drinking Water are due on June 25. As such, a webinar will be held on May 5, 2021 from 10am – 11am to provide an overview of the addendum, and to solicit initial input and comments from CA NV AWWA members.
This webinar is 10:00 am - 11:00 am on May 5.
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The webinar will be presented by Anya Kaufmann and moderated by Melanie Tan.
Anya Kaufmann is Senior Engineer with Trussell Technologies, Inc. and is a Professional Engineer in the State of California. Anya has been providing permitting support and regulatory guidance to clients pursuing potable reuse for more than five years. Her recent experience includes supporting the permitting approach for two of the surface water augmentation projects in California: the Pure Water San Diego Program and the East County Advanced Water Purification Program. Recently, she has also been involved in San Diego’s planning efforts for their Phase 2 direct potable reuse project. She has experience with quantitative microbial risk assessments and assisted in the development of a QMRA tool as a part of California’s DPR-1 research effort.
Melanie Tan currently serves as Kennedy Jenks’ Northern California Reuse Practice Leader and has more than fifteen years of experience in water utility policy development, facility planning, and operations. Her particular expertise is in the area of efficient utilization of all sources of water through development of water recycling policies, integrated water master planning, risk and crisis management, careful technology selection and applied research. Her broad experience in long-term planning, and operations at a purified water facility at the Singapore Public Utilities Board is highly applicable to California given the current drought and the accelerated implementation of potable reuse. In her current role, she works on a wide range of recycling water projects, ranging from planning and feasibility studies to design and start-up of facilities.
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