MSSC Mission Statement
“To promote advancements in technologies for desalination and reuse, salinity control strategies, water/energy efficiencies and related public policies that will assist communities in meeting their water needs.”
How we achieve our mission:
The Coalition will achieve our mission by fostering communication, dialogue and recommendations on related desalination and salinity management, water/energy nexus issues and policies through quarterly meetings, correspondence, position papers, project/program endorsements and the development, sponsorship and presentation of an annual national desalination and salinity management summit for local, regional, and national leaders. The Coalition believes that collaborative efforts among water purveyors, state agencies, federal agencies, research organizations, congressional leaders and private industry are essential in pursuit of common Coalition interests as stated in its Articles of Incorporation.
The Coalition is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for local government. It is, however, an organization through which its individual members can work on salinity management, desalination and sustainability issues and coordinate their efforts.
“We work to achieve our mission and vision through fostering collaboration on the policy and technology of desalination and salinity management through communication, quarterly meetings, and an annual national salinity summit.”
Our Vision:“Creating reliable water from alternative sources”
MSSC VIP Hoover Dam Tour
Summit Program: 2016 Multi-State Salinity Coalition Annual Salinity Summit, "New Water for Today & Tomorrow" Tuscany Suites and Casino, January 28-29, 2016, Las Vegas, Nevada
2015 Summit Presentations
MSSC Member Tackles Drought
Multi-State Salinity Coalition
It would not be possible for MSSC to host the Summit without the support of our sponsors, dedication from our speakers, moderators and participation of our guests. It is prevalent to the success of the Summit.
As you are aware, the exchange of information is paramount in developing and implementing policies for successful desalination programs. The Summit proved to be an excellent venue for this exchange, and will prove to be a benchmark in enhancing the continued efforts in managing these resources.
Without the dedication and support of you, the MSSC would not be able to fulfill their mission to promote advancements in technologies for desalination and reuse, salinity control strategies, water/energy efficiencies and related public policies that will assist communities in meeting their water needs.
On behalf of the Multi-State Salinity Coalition, thank you for your continuous dedication. We look forward to seeing you at the Summit.
Please feel free to contact
c/o Christine Kimberling
4790 Caughlin Pkwy #267
Reno, NV 89519
or via email at CKimberling@Q.com for more information