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New Recycled Water Source in the IE

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Title

New Recycled Water Source in the IE

Location

UCR Orbach Library 240 Conference Room

Start Date/Time

2/13/2018 12:00 PM

End Date/Time

2/13/2018 1:00 PM

Type of Event

Conferences Workshops and Seminars

Contact

UCR School of Public Policy, https://ucr-knoll.eventbrite.com

Description

"Developing a New Recycled Water Source in the Inland Empire"
Brian Knoll, PE (Vice President, Albert A. Webb Associates)
RSVP via https://ucr-knoll.eventbrite.com

Directions to UCR: https://www.ucr.edu/about/directions.html Location of venue: http://campusmap.ucr.edu/?loc=ORBLI   Parking is complimentary for guests in Lot 13: http://campusmap.ucr.edu/?loc=Lot13 

Seminar Summary:  
The Western Riverside County Regional Wastewater Authority’s (WRCRWA) Treatment Plant provides service to the cities of Eastvale, Norco, Corona, Home Gardens, and the La Sierra area. The Plant was nearing its design capacity and needed to be expanded to meet growth demands. In addition to increasing capacity, the ownership group desired to develop a new recycled water source to offset demands on the potable water system. This presentation will focus on the development and implementation of a $72 million dollar public works project that will increase capacity for future growth, reduce annual operating costs, and develop a new source of recycled water for the community. 

Bio:  
Brian Knoll is a Vice President at Albert A. Webb Associates (WEBB). He received his BS and MS degrees in Civil Engineering from Brigham Young University. He has been responsible for the design and direction of capital improvement projects throughout Southern California. Brian’s expertise lies in planning, design, and construction oversight of water and wastewater facilities. Over the past 16 years, Brian has been involved in numerous large multi-discipline water and wastewater projects including the City of Riverside’s 26 MGD expansion of their Water Quality Control Plant, the 14 MGD expansion of the Western Riverside Wastewater Treatment Plant, and the 6 MGD expansion of the Calipatria Water Treatment Plant. 

Cost: Free

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