8th Annual Water Reuse in Texas Conference

Technical Program Released and Co-keynote Speakers Announced!

Pat Sinicropi, Executive Director of WateReuse Association, will provide a co-keynote discussion on the future of water reuse, Texas' role as a reuse pioneer, and the EPA's upcoming Water Reuse Action Plan. As Executive Director of WRA, Ms. Sinicropi works closely with regulators and lawmakers to help advance and advocate for water reuse.

Mayor Jim Darling of McAllen will localize the co-keynote discussion and provide comments on McAllen and RGV reuse projects and vision.

The Water Reuse in Texas: Extending our Water Frontier 8th Annual Conference technical program has been established and covers general topics including case studies, regulatory landscape, funding, reuse in oil and gas, and innovative treatment.

See attached Technical Program and Agenda for details.
See attached Reuse 101 program for details.

You can register online using a credit card, or by filling out the .pdf form below and returning it to the WEAT office.

Registration includes admittance to:

  • Reuse 101: - 1-5PM, May 23
  • Networking Reception and Conference Night Out Event: 5-7:15PM, May 23
  • Technical Program: 8:30AM-4:30PM, May 24
  • Ed Archuleta Award Luncheon: 12-1:30PM, May 24

Registration Sheet

Exhibitor Registration

is now open. Space is limited, and available on a first-come, first-served basis. 8x10 booths are $400 apiece. Fill out the Exhibitor Registration Form and return it to the WEAT office.

Sponsor Water ReUse Texas

Opportunities are still available at every level, place your organization’s name in front of senior managers and decision makers.

Sponsorship is available at three levels, starting at $250. The benefits of each tier are listed in the sponsorship form.

Ed Archuleta Award

Nominations for the Ed Archuleta Award are still being accepted, more information here.

The Ed Archuleta Award recognizes water reuse leaders, and those who have made outstanding contributions in the field of water reuse within the State of Texas. Qualified applicants should be individuals who have:

  • Significantly contributed to the advancement of water reuse in Texas;
  • Demonstrated exceptional service and leadership in the reuse community;
  • Demonstrated innovation in technology, efficiency or management related to water reuse; and
  • Demonstrated leadership in the advancement of research and education in the reuse and water resources fields.

One (1) electronic copy must reach the WRT Awards Committee by April 19, 2019

Get our Updates