March 5, 2015
Levi's Stadium Private Tour
BAWWA invites you to experience the VIP treatment on a private group tour of the 49ers state-of-the-art new stadium in Santa Clara.
This behind-the-scenes look at the home of next year’s Super Bowl 50 will be hosted by the most knowledgeable tour guides and will include premium club spaces, press level, field level, locker room, tower, and solar terrace. The tour will highlight the stadium’s innovative technology and its focus on sustainability.
• Registered participants must arrive at the stadium by 2:45 pm. Parking is free in several lots on Tasman Drive (see Directions/Parking page).
• Tour begins at Intel Gate A on the stadium’s NW corner. Participants will be sorted into 3:00 pm and 3:15 pm groups upon arrival (max 40 in each).
• Tour is less than 1.5 miles of walking and expected to last 75-90 minutes.
• Small, hand-held cameras are permitted. Food and beverages are not.
• Time permitting following the tour, participants may want to browse the 49ers Museum ($15) or the Team Store prior to BAWWA Social Hour.
• Register early to reserve your space, by February 18 at latest!
City of Napa Water Division, PO Box 660, Napa, CA 94559
General Membership Meeting/Dinner
5151 Star and Stripes Drive, Santa Clara
Following the Levi’s Stadium Tour, BAWWA’s General Membership Meeting, Dinner, and Special Presentation will take place across the street at David’s Restaurant. David’s is just a short block north of the stadium, at the Santa Clara Golf & Tennis Club, with a panoramic view of the golf course. Attendees may enjoy a beverage and hors d’oeuvres during the social hour starting at 5:00 pm.
• 5:00 pm – “No-Host Bar” Social Hour
• 6:00 pm – Dinner
o Mixed Green Salad
o Choice of entrée:
Broiled New York Steak
Roasted and Stuffed Red Pepper with Herbed Risotto
o Chocolate Mousse Dessert
• 7:00 pm – Special Presentation by David L. Sedlak, Ph.D.
Presentation: Delivering the Fourth Water Revolution
David L. Sedlak, Ph.D., UC Berkeley
Recipient of the 2014 Clarke Prize
BAWWA is excited and honored to host this special presentation by Professor David Sedlak, twenty-first recipient of the esteemed Athalie Richardson Irvine Clarke Prize from the National Water Research Institute. Dr. Sedlak will present a version of his 2014 Clarke Prize Lecture, Delivering the Fourth Water Revolution. Climate change, population growth, and a confluence of other factors are creating stress on the complex systems that provide our cities with water and dispose of wastes. Urban water systems have responded three times in the past to acute problems through technological advances and institutional
reforms. The lecture draws upon recent experiences in the development and diffusion of water supply technologies to illustrate ways in which water professionals, civic leaders, and the public can work together to deliver a needed fourth revolution in urban water.
David Sedlak is the Malozemoff Professor of Mineral Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, CoDirector of the Berkeley Water Center, and Deputy Director of the National Science Foundation’s Engineering Research Center on Re-Inventing the Nation’s Urban Water Infrastructure (ReNUWIt). His research covers environmental chemistry, water recycling, the fate of contaminants in receiving waters, natural treatment systems, and the reinvention of urban water systems. He is also the author of the 2014 book, Water 4.0: The Past, Present, and Future of The World’s Most Vital Resource. Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the event.
By the way: Thank You to our March 5, 2015 Event Sponsors!