Video, 1/31/24: Sparks City Councilman Paul Anderson, who also serves on the Truckee Meadows Water Authority Board of Directors, talks all about area water resources and long-term planning efforts for resilience and sustainability.
10/16/23: 2News.com: Ari discusses boosting northern Nevada’s drinking water supply with John Enloe and Dr. Lydia Teel
Resilience: 10/1/23: Population growth and climate change are stretching America’s water supplies to the limit, and tapping new sources is becoming more difficult each year—in some cases, even impossible.
8/27/23: LA Progressive: Treating wastewater is a powerful solution, finally gaining more public support.
8/18/23: Science Friday: The project is a collaboration between TMWA, the cities of Reno and Sparks, the University of Nevada, Reno, Washoe County, and the Western Regional Water Commission.
8/9/23: AWWA: The City of Reno and local water system Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA) joined forces on a unique indirect potable reuse project called the American Flat Advanced Purified Water Facility.
8/1/23: Cal Matters: Waste would undergo extensive treatment and testing before it’s piped directly to taps, providing a new, costly but renewable water supply. The state’s new draft rules are more than a decade in the making.
7/5/23: UNR Public Radio: The Reno area doesn’t have a history of threatened water supplies, and historic snowfall this past winter eased drought conditions in Nevada and across parts of the Mountain West. But that could shift quickly with climate change.
5/15/23: Sierra Nevada Ally: OneWater Nevada’s new regional facility could convert millions of gallons of wastewater into drinkable water every day
4/26/22: Truckee Meadows Water Authority: OneWater Nevada’s Advanced Purified Water Demonstration Project (APWD Project) conducted at the Reno-Stead Water Reclamation Facility (RSWRF) has been named the 2021 project of the year by the Truckee Meadows American Society of Civil Engineers.