News Feature | January 15, 2020

A Better Approach Is Needed To Overcome Potable Reuse Objections

Source: Aerzen
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Reuse is expected to be a key to long-term water security. But despite the necessity and the technological advancements that make it possible — as well as the fact that global water supplies are all part of the same cycle — a big hurdle remains. While recycled water is increasingly used for irrigating golf courses and refilling aquifers, widespread adoption as a drinking water source is reliant on overcoming lingering public perceptions.

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