Water Reuse is becoming increasingly important to many utilities’ water management portfolios. The need for sustainable water supplies and/or meeting federal discharge regulations puts water reuse as a viable option for utilities. Unfortunately, in the short run, water reuse is often costly and exceeds the cost of potable water. However, in the long term, utilities can and have seen cost benefits to incorporating reuse into their portfolio. In comparison with potable water and wastewater treatment systems, water reuse is a relative newcomer to the industry. Utilities are often faced with complex financial situtations not only with funding water reuse but determining how to recover those costs—sometimes across multiple utilities or separate entities. This webinar highlights five utilities with water reuse systems that have successfully navigated the financial challenges associated with maximizing the reuse of this scarce commodity while maintaining their utilities’ financial health.
This webinar is geared toward utility financial and resource managers whose utility is considering water reuse, or currently has a water reuse system but is experiencing the unique challenges of funding their systems and recovering costs.
In comparison with the pricing of potable water and wastewater, water reuse is still considered by some to be the the “wild west” of pricing. This webinar demonstrates how utilities have taken some of the basic pricing principles used in potable water and wastewater treatment pricing to develop equitable rates that fully recover the cost to provide reuse service.
- Have a better appreciation for the complexity of water reuse pricing.
- Understand how the basic pricing principles used with in pricing potable water and wastewater treatment can serve as an excellent starting point for recovering full costs for water reuse.
- Learn from water industry experts on how to navigate water reuse pricing.
- Review existing utility experiences to help save the utility time and money and to bring a depth of knowledge in developing options that meet each utility’s pricing objectives.
Learn from this webinar esteemed presenters:
Andrew Burnam; Stantec
Bill Zieburtz; Stantec
Stan R. Allred; Albuquerque–Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority
Pablo Martinez; San Antonio Water System
Drew Atwater; Moulton Niguel Water District
Micah Vieux; Loudoun Water
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