FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For Immediate Release
January 25, 2005
Mark Millan, principal and owner of Data Instincts, one of Sonoma County’s top marketing firms, has been nominated and officially appointed as the chairperson of the WateReuse Public Education and Outreach Committee. 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.
Best known locally for their work on the Geysers Project, Data Instincts has been involved with public outreach and education for recycled water projects and water conservation programs throughout California, including working with the city of Santa Rosa, Redwood City, Windsor, and upcoming projects in Clovis and Oxnard.
Mark Millan is “honored to be working with such a prestigious national association,” and is looking forward to helping communities’ nation-wide formulate meaningful public outreach programs to help meet future water supply demands by utilizing water conservation and recycled water.
For more information on WateReuse please visit: http://www.watereuse.org
For more information on Data Instincts please visit: http://www.datainstincts.com