Sacramento Chapter Meeting
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6/20/2017
When: June 20, 2017
5:30 PM
Where: Aviator's Restaurant
6151 Freeport Blvd
Sacramento, California  95822
United States
Contact: Chase White

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AEG SACREMENTO CHAPTER MEETING

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Location: Aviator’s Restaurant
6151 Freeport Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95822
Lots of free parking! Link to map

Speakers: Joseph (Joe) Zilles, P.G., Principal Hydrogeologist, Kleinfelder

Topic: “Managed Aquifer Recharge – Concepts and Implementation”

Meeting Sponsor: ASC Tech Services

Agenda:
5:30–6:30pm – Social hour
6:30-7:30pm – Dinner
7:30-8:30pm – Speaker
8:30-8:45pm – Questions

Meeting Cost: $30 members (with RSVP) and $35 non-members. There will be a $3 surcharge for walk-ins. $10 students (no surcharge for student walk-ins). The FIRST 5 students to RSVP are free.

Student Sponsorships welcomed! Sponsor a student for $20 (suggested).

RSVP at http://www.aegsacto.org/meetings/signup/
or email: chase.white@conservation.ca.gov

“Managed Aquifer Recharge – Concepts and Implementation” presented by: Joe Zilles, P.G.

Managed aquifer recharge (MAR), also known as water banking, consists of water management techniques, methods and policy - using treated or non-treated water to recharge an aquifer, and/or surface or subsurface (i.e., via wells) recharge methods. Surface water recharge methods include spreading basins, stormwater harvesting, and diversions to river channels during low flow seasons. Well recharge methods or aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) use either single purpose (injection) wells and separate extraction wells, or dual purpose wells that can both inject and extract stored or banked groundwater as needed. Recent legislative actions in California have moved the State towards a comprehensive policy regarding groundwater management. These new regulations and laws will have particular impact on groundwater basins that have been defined by the California Department of Water Resources as medium or high priority basins. The legislation, signed into law in 2014, creates a framework for sustainable, local groundwater management and allows local agencies to modify sustainable groundwater plans to their regional needs. This presentation will discuss MAR site development, various recharge strategies that can be used in a MAR system, operational and maintenance considerations of a system, engineering and geologic considerations, site conceptual modeling, asset management, public outreach, and regulatory requirements.

About our Speaker: Mr. Zilles has over 20 years of experience as a geologist and manages/conducts hydrogeologic assessments throughout many parts of the United States with direct experience in water supply well siting, design and development, asset management, and groundwater recharge and extraction. He manages pre-construction permitting (local and State), aquifer analysis, water supply assessments, conducts dewatering analyses for geotechnical applications, well pumping tests, and water quality investigations. Mr. Zilles is a California State licensed Professional Geologist, holds a California Well Driller License (RME), and is a member of the California Groundwater Resource Association, National Ground Water  Association, American Water Works Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, and Engineers without Borders organization.Mr. Zilles has been with Kleinfelder for 18 years.