Smart H20 Summit Announces Keynote Presentation

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Jason Dadakis, director of Health and Regulatory Affairs, Orange County Water District (OCWD), will provide a keynote presentation titled “How to be a World-Class, Award-Winning Water Utility,” on Tuesday, Aug. 18, at the 2015 Smart H2O Summit at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis.

Winner of the coveted Singapore’s Lee Kwan Yew Water Prize, OCWD’s Groundwater Replenishment System is widely recognized as the world’s biggest potable water reuse project. The chairman of the award committee said, “OCWD has clearly redefined the standard and demonstrated how communities can develop, implement and achieve sustainable water use. The GWRS has become an established blueprint for groundwater recharge and reuse schemes, and has inspired many countries including Singapore.”

John Pearson, Smart H2O Summit Conference co-chair, said utility water stewards won't want to miss this keynote presentation that discusses how extraordinary foresight, planning and investment in new technology can enhance operations.

Pearson added that Dadakis’ presentation will build on Felicia Marcus’ Monday keynote presentation on managing drought and finding financial assistance for upgrading water infrastructure.     

To register, visit the Smart H2O website. Companies interested in exhibiting or sponsoring the inaugural event should contact Jane McDermott at jmdermott@smarth2osummit.com, 415/688-4488 ext. 102.

About Smart H2O Summit
Smart H2O Water Summit was created to help communities and business sectors solve their critical water infrastructure challenges through innovative new global technologies and solutions.



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