Dear friend, 

Save the date for Sustainable Silicon Valley's Annual Water Event No Drop Left Behind: Smart & Sustainable Water Strategies at Microsoft in Sunnyvale on Tuesday, December 5th from 11:30 am to 6:30 pm. Register here.

No Drop Left Behind will provide 225 attendees exposure to innovative ideas and access to renowned water leaders. Speakers include water experts, tech companies and civic leaders and an exploration of best use cases of water reuse projects including Large municipal systems, Tech campuses, Small cost-effective installations, and Affordable housing benefits. 

Topics include:

  • Climate Change's impact on our water supply
  • Innovative financing solutions
  • Water/energy nexus
  • Regulatory hurdles

Save the date. Details to follow. Hope you will join us. 


Jennifer Thompson
Executive Director
Sustainable Silicon Valley

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Santa Clara Convention Center,
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Cynthia Clark
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