Reuse

  1. Need More Water? Think Ozone-BAC For 'One Water' Resolution
    8/25/2017

    If you thought reverse osmosis was the one and only choice for potable water reuse, think again. Ozonation followed by biological activated carbon (ozone-BAC) is more suited to inland communities and may be better at removing chemicals of emerging concern (CECs).

  2. Overcoming The Barriers To On-Site Treatment And Reuse
    7/10/2017

    The path to on-site non-potable water reuse has been beset by roadblocks, but a new initiative is removing them to clear the way for more efficient water management.

  3. Real-Time Monitoring: An Opportunity To Engage In Potable Reuse And Detect Failures Quickly
    5/3/2017

    With public safety of primary concern, real-time sensors may be the catalyst for assurance and expansion of potable reuse treatment schemes.

  4. Stepping Up Water Reuse — From Irrigation To Direct-Potable
    1/25/2017

    Water reuse is trending up. Here are nine developments to watch in 2017.

  5. Evolving From Controlled Biosolids Distribution To Revenue-Generating Compost
    1/25/2017

    Chicago continues its long tradition of innovative biosolids management by introducing a new model for sustainability and community service.

  6. U.S. Power Profile Shift Sparks Water Opportunity
    9/12/2016

    The power sector looks to zero liquid discharge and taps municipal reclaimed water as a water reuse strategy.

  7. Down Under On Top: Lessons In Water Recycling From Australia
    7/25/2016

    More than a decade before the U.S. West’s historic drought, Australia had to solve an even longer, drier spell. What can we learn from their experience?

  8. Inside An Innovative Urban Water Reclamation Facility
    7/18/2016

    The award-winning WaterHub at Emory University is more than a mere campus treasure — it has become a model of sustainable wastewater treatment for urban water management of the future.