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Mile High Water Talk

Where do Taiwanese engineers go to learn about recycled water? To a trusted resource: Denver Water.

By Steve Snyder

Word gets around.

Denver Water's Dave Brancio shows a delegation of Taiwanese engineers the filter beds at Denver Water's Recycling Plant. Plant supervisor David Brancio shows a delegation of Taiwanese engineers the filter beds at Denver Water’s Recycling Plant.

When you do something well, whether it’s running a repair shop, a restaurant or even a water utility, people will seek out your expertise.

Even if it means traveling halfway around the world to do it.

A group of engineers from Taiwan recently visited Denver Water’s Recycling Plant to better understand how we provide recycled water to our customers. It was part of a larger information-gathering trip to the U.S. so the Taiwanese engineers can help their government set national standards on water quality.

“As urban development has increased across Taiwan, flooding damage and a deteriorating urban water environment have become public concerns,” said James Guo, Ph.D., a…

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