Resource Recovery Committee

The Resource Recovery Committee supports professionals involved in the planning, design, construction, operations, maintenance, and management of systems in the Pacific Northwest that recover resources from wastewater. Resource recovery is defined as “The extraction of material from wastewater in a form that enables an intended beneficial use.” Examples of some of the topic areas we focus on are:

  • Biogas and Energy Recovery
  • Nitrogen and Phosphorus Recovery
  • Water Reclamation/Reuse

We meet quarterly and hold at least one meeting per year in person.

Get Involved

As a committee we collaborate on technologies and processes related to resource recovery implementation, increase PNCWA members’ awareness of and participation in the development of laws and regulations related to the recovery of resources from wastewater, and coordinate with other committees and organizations with similar goals. We have an ambitious plan for this year and need your help to implement it. Get involved, help us deploy our vision, and find new opportunities for professional development and community. Join today!

Contact Info

Jason Flowers, Chair
Geosyntec Consultants
[email protected]
206.496.3947