WALNUT CREEK, Calif., January 19, 2017 – On the heels of releasing guidance document Blueprint For One Water, Brown and Caldwell and the Water Research Foundation (WRF) will offer a webcast highlighting One Water best practices and valuable information for utilities seeking to implement a One Water framework. The Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation, a One Water early adopter, will co-present during the session.

One Water is an integrated planning and implementation approach to managing finite water resources for long-term resilience and reliability, meeting both community and ecosystem needs. 

Brown and Caldwell is a leader in the One Water initiative and has helped water sector leaders across the country take actionable steps towards implementing One Water practices. Some of this pivotal work is showcased in the blueprint, which was developed as part of WRF Project # 4660. Brown and Caldwell served as the developer and principal investigator of the project.

Along with early adopter success stories, the “One Water Implementation: A Path to Reliability and Resiliency for Water Utilities” webcast will include discussion of the service delivery efficiencies, water quality and other environmental improvements that visionary leaders are experiencing while embracing One Water.

Brown and Caldwell Senior Vice President and Chief Technical Officer Cindy Paulson will present during the webcast, along with Wing Tam, assistant division manager of Watershed Protection Division for Los Angeles Sanitation.

Paulson and Tam will draw upon two recently released benchmark documents: WRF’s Blueprint For One Water, and the U.S. Water Alliance’s One Water Roadmap. 

The U.S. Water Alliance is a co-host of the free, Monday, January 30 webcast. Access more information about the webcast here or register from this link.

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