The symposium helps water professionals with implementing water conservation programs, engage customers, and plan for the future.
AUSTIN – The 11th Annual Central Texas Water Efficiency Network (CTWEN) Symposium (VIRTUAL) – Proactive Water Conservation Programs: In it for the Long Haul - will be held on Tuesday, April 20 and Wednesday, April 21.
The Central Texas Water Conservation Symposium provides water utilities with the information needed to implement successful water conservation programs, effectively engage customers, and plan for the future. Learn from state and national experts about the latest approaches, what is coming next and best practices for maximum efficiency gains.
- Day 1: Tuesday, April 20, 2021, 9:30am to 12:00pm
- Day 2: Wednesday, April 21, 2021, 9:30am to 12:00pm
This is a FREE event. Registration and more information available at 2021 Central Texas Water Conservation Symposium.
2021 Topics include:
- Incorporating climate change into water supply and conservation program planning
- Lessons learned from conversion to AMI and implementing customer portals
- Insights on how generational learning shapes customer behavior
- Tips on implementing landscape water budgets & promoting outdoor irrigation efficiency
- Examples of small & large utilities leveraging water reuse strategies
- Tips & guidance on improving water loss audit methodology
Who Should Attend?
Mayors, City Council, Board Members of MUD's, Regional Water Authorities, City Managers, Water Utility Directors and Staff, Water Conservation Managers, Program Staff and other Relevant Staff, CFO's Finance Directors, Sustainability Directors, Business and Community Leaders, Consultants and Advocates.
Speakers include water experts from a variety of backgrounds, including the Aspen Global Change Institute, Noble Research Institute, The Meadows Center for Water & the Environment/Texas State University, Texas A & M University, LCRA, Austin Water, and utilities from across Central Texas.
About Central Texas Water Efficiency Network:
The purpose of the Central Texas Water Efficiency Network is to openly and actively share information and promote water efficiency education, legislation, programs, technologies, and all other integral components of water conservation in order to regionally have an impact on water supplies and use. In addition to monthly meetings and information sharing, this group works together each year to present the Central Texas Water Conservation Symposium.
Representatives from Aqua Water Supply, Austin Area Research Organization, Austin Water, Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District, Capital Area Suburban Exchange, City of Cedar Park, City of Georgetown, City of Round Rock, City of San Marcos, Lower Colorado River Authority, National Wildlife Federation, Sierra Club-Lone Star Chapter, Texas AWWA, Texas Water Foundation, Texas Living Waters Project, & AIQUEOUS work collaboratively to bring this event to Central Texas each year.