Home\How Do You Speak with Customers about Health Concerns of Nonpotable Recycled Water?

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A Risk Assessment Study of potential health risks of recycled water and comparisons to conventional Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Product exposures was conducted by WateReuse. Answering such questions as: Is it safe? What chemicals remain in recycled water after treatment? Can they harm landscapers, golfers, agricultural workers or children that come into contact with turf, crops or landscaping irrigated with recycled or reclaimed water?

A Risk Assessment Study of potential health risks of recycled water and comparisons to conventional Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Product exposures was conducted by WateReuse. Answering such questions as: Is it safe? What chemicals remain in recycled water after treatment? Can they harm landscapers, golfers, agricultural workers or children that come into contact with turf, crops or landscaping irrigated with recycled or reclaimed water?

Mark Millan of Data Instincts, discusses some of the findings and outreach tools developed in the WateReuse study. He also discusses what his firm has successfully used in the field in over 20 years of helping to implement recycled water projects in various communities.

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April 8th, 2020 9:00 AM through May 6th, 2020 5:00 PM

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