Water and wastewater managers and professionals were gathered in Orange County in Anaheim, California to hear the latest approaches, practices, processes, techniques, case studies, and research in all aspects of utility management.
The Utility Management Conference organized by AWWA (American Water Works Association) and hosted by WEF (water Environment Federation) was held from February 25th to 28th.
The Conference has been established as one of the leading, more informative, and most prestigious management conferences available to the water and wastewater industry. Over 800 attendees shared experiences and learned from others in similar situations, as sessions responded to the most pressing utility management issues.
Nabeeh Isleem, CIHEAM Bari MSc Student, took part at the conference to illustrate the methodology he is developing to elaborate “ A management strategy to mitigate the drawbacks of long term irrigation with treated wastewater on citrus crop in Beit Dajan-Palestine”, a pilot area of MENAWARA project.
MENAWARA aims at reducing water insecurity by promoting sustainable agriculture.