Date: January 02, 2020
In 1990, the WateReuse Association was established in California with the goals of advancing laws, policy, and funding to increase...
Date: May 20, 2014
May 20, 2014
Alexandria, VA — The WateReuse Research Foundation announces the release of The Ways of Water, an animated video that presents an overview of the many human interventions in the water cycle and looks at the benefits of some key water provision options including Direct Potable Reuse (DPR). The video avoids the technical jargon common in the water industry and provides an easy-to-understand presentation of the urban water cycle and water purification.
“This animation is an excellent public education resource for water utilities, water providers, and water purification agencies,” said Foundation Chairman Richard Nagel of the West Basin Municipal Water District in Carson, CA.
The video was produced as part of the WateReuse DPR Initiative, a research program launched in 2012 to address regulatory, utility, and community concerns regarding DPR in California. Nearly 50 public water agencies, consulting engineering firms, and suppliers have pledged nearly $6 million to advance DPR as a water supply option. DPR means the reused water is put directly into pipelines that go to a water treatment plant or distribution system, instead of first sending it to a groundwater basin or surface water reservoir.
“We are extremely proud of this educational video,” said Foundation Executive Director Melissa L. Meeker. “It provides a clear and concise explanation of how communities provide a safe and sustainable water supply using the right water properly treated for the right use.”
The Ways of Water animation is one component of an ongoing research project lead by Carollo Engineers titled Guidelines for Engineered Storage for Direct Potable Reuse (WRRF-12-06). The video was directed by James Hutson of Bridge8, and produced by New Water Resources as a part of the research project.
To view the video, visit watereuse.org/foundation/ways-of-water.
Date: December 17, 2019
On Monday, December 16, the House and Senate released final, agreed-upon legislation to fund the government for the remainder of...
Date: December 17, 2019
On Monday, December 16, the WateReuse Association submitted comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the draft National...
WateReuse is the only trade association that focuses solely on advancing laws, policy and funding to increase water reuse. Our niche strategy sets us apart from other organizations in the water industry.