A Presentation By Nai Hsueh
The Santa Clara Valley Water District is responsible for securing, managing and delivering a safe and reliable water supply to the region. Searching for sustainable local water supply sources that match the right quality with the right use is part of that responsibility. The Santa Clara valley needs additional supplies, and highly purified recycled water is our new, locally developed and reliable water supply. The Silicon Valley Advanced Water Purification Center, the largest plant of its kind in northern California, is the focal point of the Santa Clara Valley Water District’s recycled water expansion.
The $72 million state-of-the-art facility receives secondary-treated effluent from the neighboring San José-Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility and purifies it to a very high quality using proven purification processes—microfiltration, reverse osmosis and ultraviolet disinfection.
Web site: purewatersv.org
Thursday Morning Meeting, June 09, 2016 8:00am - 9:30am
Free, No reservations requiredd, but it would be appreciated if you register on our Meetup Site.
Saratoga Federated Church, Richards Hall, 20390 Park Place, Saratoga, CA 95070
Enter on the West side, corner of Oak Place and Saratoga-Los Gatos Rd (Highway 9).
About The Presenter
Nai Hsueh is a long time resident of Santa Clara County currently residing with her family in District 5. She is passionate about the services provided by the District: water supply, flood protection, and environmental stewardship. She is committed to governing the District with ethical and transparent leadership, prudent management of District finances and other resources, and a long-term and countywide perspective.
Nai has a Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Hydraulic Engineering and is a Registered Civil Engineer in California. She worked at the District for three decades rising from Junior Engineer to Chief of Capital Programs. Nai has in-depth knowledge of District programs, projects, finances, and budget. She served as a member of the District’s Environmental Advisory Committee in 2011 and 2012, and is committed to working collaboratively with other Board members and seeking input from the community to ensure that the District is a high-performing organization focusing on its mission.