Sustainable Water Management Conference 2018
Hosted by the American Water Works Association, this annual conference convenes water professionals to learn about balancing the benefits of conservation with the costs, sustainable utilities and infrastructure, urban planning and design, energy efficiency, water conservation, and more.
The 2018 Sustainable Water Management Conference was held March 25–28, 2018 in Seattle, Washington.
These presentations are posted with permission from the American Water Works Association.
- Assessing Water Demand Patterns to Improve Sizing of Water Meters and Service Lines (Project #4689) – Steve Buchberger, University of Cincinnati
- Incentives for Green Infrastructure on Private Property: Program Options and Lessons Learned (Project #4684) – Janet Clements, Bob Raucher, and Jim Henderson, Corona Environmental Consulting
- Integrating Water Efficiency Standards and Codes into Long-Term Demand Forecasting (Project #4495) – Sarah Diringer, Heather Cooley, Matthew Heberger, Rapichan Phurisamban, Kristina Donnelly, Pacific Institute; Andrea Turner, John McKibbin, Institute for Sustainable Futures; Mary Ann Dickinson, Alliance for Water Efficiency
- Quantifying the Potential Benefits of Land Conservation in Preserving Long-Term Water Supply to Optimize Return on Investment (Project #4702) – Michele Eddy, Katie van Werkhoven, Benjamin Lord, Samuel Kovach, Jake Serago, and George Van Houtven, RTI International
- Developing an Early Warning System for Taste and Odor Episodes on the Missouri River (Project #4683) – Walter Grayman; Amlan Ghosh and Timothy Bartrand, Corona Environmental Consulting, LLC; Ruth Marfil Vega and Orren Schneider, American Water; and Craig Adams, Saint Louis University
- WRF: Water Demand Forecasting Research Overview – Maureen Hodgins, The Water Research Foundation
- Water Use in the Multi-Family Housing Sector (Project #4554) – Jack C. Kiefer and Lisa R. Krentz, Hazen and Sawyer
- Building Sustainable Relationships Between Clean Water Agencies and the Community (Project #4678) – Sakis Kotsantonis, Alejandro Pinedo, and Sophie Lawrence, KKS Advisors
- Developing Water Use Metrics and Class Characterization for Categories in the Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Sector (Project #4619) – Amy Volckens, Brendle Group
- Integrating Land Use and Water Resources: Planning to Support Water Supply Diversification (Project #4623) – Amy Volckens, Brendle Group
- Applying Triple Bottom Line Analysis to Develop the Framework and Tools for Quantifying Green Infrastructure Co-Benefits (Project #SIWM4T13) – Harry Zhang, The Water Research Foundation