Covering the latest innovations in treatment, operations, and monitoring strategies, the 2023 Potable Reuse and Biological Treatment Symposium will attract professionals from across the nation to discuss the most important and challenging issues associated with both direct and indirect potable reuse, as well as engineered and passive biological systems from both the research and utility perspectives. Don’t miss the opportunity to present and share ideas on these important topics with a strong community of subject matter experts and industry professionals. For COVID-19 resources and health and wellness information, please visit our COVID-19 resources page.
That's a wrap on the 2023 Potable Reuse & Biological Treatment Symposium. Thank you to all attendees, presenters, volunteers, and sponsors!
Who Attends the Potable Reuse & Biological Treatment Symposium?
Conference Policies & Code of Conduct
International Attendees: Do you need a letter of invitation from AWWA? Submit the request form. Requests will be honored for attendees and presenters with the intent to register.
That's a wrap! Thanks to all who joined AWWA in Salt Lake City for the 2023 Potable Reuse & Biological Treatment Symposium.
2023 Technical Program & Proceedings
July 24 & 25, 2023
The Potable Reuse Symposium focuses on innovation, key questions, challenges, solutions, and areas of acute interest most relevant to the advancement of potable reuse. The Symposium is designed to engage attendees not simply as listeners in the audience, but also as active participants in facilitated discussions.
July 25 & 26, 2023
The Biological Treatment Symposium features case studies on how utilities are implementing new and improved biological treatment to solve water challenges. Sessions address ways to meet regulatory requirements and ensure public health during design and implementation.
Potable Reuse & Biological Treatment Symposium Facility Tour offers an additional opportunity for in-depth, hands-on learning. Registration and fee is required, these items are not included in the Full Conference registration.
The PureSoJo Demonstration facility is a 10-gpm, non-RO, CBAT-based process train that is purifying MBR-treated wastewater to drinking water quality. The facility aims to provide information and experience to support future DPR regulations in Utah and the US, and provide public outreach and education promoting DPR as a viable water supply alternative. During the tour, you will explore the backstory of how the pilot came to be and details on the individual processes.
AWWA will provide Certificates of Completion for sessions. Use the conference Mobile App to track your session attendance by downloading “AWWA Events” from your app store, then entering posted Check-in & Check-out codes at the beginning and conclusion of each session.
Mobile App Session Tracking Instructions
How to access Certificates of Completion