WateReuse Association

Zachary Dorsey,
Ph. (703) 548-0880, ext. 103,


Millan Wins President’s Award

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ALEXANDRIA, VA – Mark Millan, principal of Data Instincts, a Sonoma County Public Relations firm specializing in water issues, was recently awarded, the prestigious President’s Award from the WateReuse Association. The award is made by the President to individuals who demonstrate outstanding service and commitment to the overall Water Reuse Community. Association President, Pick Tally presented the award at the 22nd Annual WateReuse Symposium in Tampa, Florida on September 10, 2007. Pick Talley is also the Director of Utilities of Pinellas County, Florida.

Mark Millan, has served as the chairperson of the WateReuse Public Education and Outreach Committee for the WateReuse Association since 2005.

The WateReuse Association is a national organization with the mission “to advance the beneficial and efficient use of water resources through education, sound science, and technology,” and is well known to water and environmental management agencies and governmental entities throughout the world.

Data Instincts has been involved with public outreach and education for recycled water projects throughout California including work with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, Redwood City, Santa Rosa, Windsor, Rohnert Park, and Petaluma.

For more information on the WateReuse Association please visit: http://www.watereuse.org

For more information, call (707) 836-0300 or visit http://www.DataInstincts.com.


The WateReuse Association is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to advance the beneficial and efficient use of water resources through education, sound science, and technology using reclamation, recycling, reuse and desalination for the benefit of our members, the public, and the environment. The Association's membership consists of water agencies, public agencies, consulting firms, and local, state, and federal government agencies. WateReuse is involved in national advocacy, public education and outreach, and water reuse research.