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Santa Clara, CA, Wednesday, May 11 — Sustainable Silicon Valley announces the Spring Water Symposium: Resilience and Reuse at the Intuit Campus in Mountain View on Monday, May 23, from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm PDT. The symposium is exceptionally timely and valuable in the context of Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.’s executive order which continues certain urban water restrictions and makes mandatory reductions in water use by cities and towns permanent.

The Spring Symposium is an exciting half-day event that will bring together prominent water technology experts with key government, water agency, policy, and corporate leaders to discuss the future of water in Silicon Valley. Attendees include major tech companies, cities, towns, counties, developers and agencies. “Today, the Bay Area reuses only a small percentage of its treated wastewater and releases the rest into the Bay and waterways. However, through reuse there is a significant opportunity to expand our water supply which will make us more resilient,” said Sustainable Silicon Valley Executive Director, Jennifer Thompson. “SSV’s objective is to increase our water supply so there is enough water for everyone— residents, businesses, and natural habitats.”

Highlight speakers include:

Tom Harrington of Intuit discusses the exponential impact of Employee Engagement on a tech campus

Joseph Vesey of Xlyem explores a survey that found Californians are becoming more accepting of water reuse

Barbara Keegan of the Santa Clara Valley Water District along with a dynamic panel discuss “An Integrated Approach to Bay Area Water: Conservation, Efficiency, Centralized Treatment and Reuse” Then,

Paula Kehoe from the SFPUC, shares her “Roadmap to Developing Public Health Standards for Decentralized Non-Potable Water Systems.”

Case studies of “Innovative Water Reuse in Action” include Lauren Swezey of Facebook and the final panel on “Emerging Regulatory Environment for Reuse” will be moderated by Bob Hitchner of Nexus eWater. Pitches from various companies showing off innovative water reuse technologies will be presented while a variety of exhibitors share their latest water solutions.

The event is hosted by Intuit, sponsors include Facebook, Google, Santa Clara County, Santa Clara Valley Water District, California Water Service Company, San Jose Water, GE Water, Xylem, Water Career Pathways, Acqualogic, Aquacell and ARUP.

Registration link:


Cindy Clark, Chief Development Officer

Sustainable Silicon Valley

408-455-0138 cell,