Stakeholder input expands options for recycled water project

November 23, 2015

By Steven Weber and Oliver Slosser

Engaging stakeholders, non-government agencies, and environmental groups to help develop a solution to variable seasonal demand for recycled water in California.

The fall issue of ‘Source,’ the magazine of the California-Nevada section of the American Water Works Association, features an article co-authored by Steven Weber and Oliver Slosser of MWH, now part of Stantec, and the Director of Operations for the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District.

MWH engaged stakeholders, non-government agencies, and environmental groups to help develop a solution to variable seasonal demand for recycled water at the Tapia Water Reclamation Facility in Malibu Canyon, CA, serving 65,000 customers.

Read Stakeholder Input Expands Options for Recycled Water Project.

Content was originally published by MWH Global, which is now part of Stantec.

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