KQED, 8/22/23: When recycled for drinking, the millions of gallons of water that Bay Area residents flush down toilets and showers every day could be cleaner than the pristine Hetch Hetchy
Press Release, July 12, 2023: Since it got its start with the City of Santa Rosa’s Geysers Recharge Project in 1998, the Windsor-based firm has coordinated public outreach for more than $2 billion worth of recycled water projects, from purple pipe to potable reuse. During the past 25 years, the firm has worked on a variety of recycled water projects in California, Oregon, Washington, and Nevada, including purple pipe projects for agricultural and landscape irrigation, potable reuse and advanced purified recycled water.
Press Release, October 8, 2018: Windsor, CA – Town of Windsor Councilmember, Mark Millan, has been selected for “Infrastructure Elected Official Champion of the Year” by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)-CA North Coast Chapter. The award honors an elected official who has made significant contributions toward development of critical community infrastructure.
Press Release, January 27, 2015: Potable reuse involves the use of proven and reliable technology to purify recycled water so that it can safely supplement the drinking water supplies of communities. It is especially valuable to communities in water-scarce regions. Experience among water agencies and municipalities has shown, however, that public acceptance of direct potable reuse is one of the primary challenges facing this source of water supply.
Press Release, November 14, 2013: Data Instincts and Katz & Associates, two public outreach firms specializing in water reuse projects, announced they have been awarded a research grant from the WateReuse Research Foundation to develop a model communication plan for achieving public acceptance of direct potable reuse
April 26, 2012 The American Academy of Environmental Engineers (AAEE) announced the recipients of the 2012 Environmental Communication Award. The Awards Program recognizes organizations and individuals that have made outstanding contributions to water reuse during the preceding year. Highlighting … Continued
Press Release, January 12, 2012: Mark Millan, principal of Data Instincts, a Sonoma County public relations firm specializing in water issues, will share his expertise and insights as a moderator and panelist in the “Gaining Public Acceptance of New Water” plenary session on Friday, January 27th at the Future of Water conference at UCLA’s Luskin Center.