Irvine Ranch Water District’s Mark Tettemer to Present on Water Recycling Program at Greater Irvine Chamber’s May Government Affairs Meeting
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
As a reliable water supply is important to the business community, Irvine Ranch Water District (IRWD) Manager of Recycled Water Mark Tettemer will provide an opportunity for business and community leaders to learn more about innovative water conservation practices, during the Greater Irvine Chamber Government Affairs Committee meeting on Thursday, May 2, 8 - 9:30 a.m.
Tettemer will discuss IRWD’s recycled water legacy and system, an increasingly important part of the organization’s water portfolio which helps meet the water needs of its service area.
Employed by IRWD for more than 14 years, Tettemer manages the group that works with customers to facilitate their use of recycled water. He is also involved in various recycled water planning, policy, legislative, and regulatory matters at IRWD, and oversees IRWD’s Cross-Connection Control Program.
Established in 1961 as a California Water District under the provisions of the state of California Water Code, the Irvine Ranch Water District is an independent special district serving Central Orange County. IRWD provides high-quality drinking water, reliable wastewater collection and treatment, ground-breaking recycled water programs, and environmentally sound urban runoff treatment to more than 380,000 residents. As an independent, not-for-profit public agency, IRWD is governed by a five-member publicly elected Board of Directors.
For more information about the Greater Irvine Chamber’s work in government affairs and how to become involved, contact Whit Peterson.
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