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Research Archive

Browse the search fields below for information about water reuse research conducted as of May 6, 2016. Visit the Water Research Foundation to view the complete portfolio of water reuse research.

There are four types of research:

  • Scientific Investigations which provide groundbreaking new science based on laboratory and on-site testing.
  • White Papers which explore policy, regulations, planning and other social science factors.
  • Decision Making Tools which provide operators with guidelines and frameworks to improve outcomes.
  • Communications Tools which provide information and strategies for increasing public acceptance of water reuse.

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Rejection of Wastewater-Derived Micropollutants in High-Pressure Membrane Applications Leading to Indirect Potable Reuse

The project examines the rejection mechanisms of organic trace pollutants in NF and RO membrane...


Removal and Destruction of NDMA and NDMA Precursors during Wastewater Treatment

The three-year project investigates the formation and removal of NDMA and NDMA precursors during wastewater...


Investigation of N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) Fate and Transport

The project assesses the fate and transport of NDMA and NDMA precursors in soil, groundwater...


Beneficial and Nontraditional Uses of Concentrate

The project provides a comprehensive review and comparison of the full range of alternative uses...


Irrigation of Parks, Playgrounds, and Schoolyard with Reclaimed Water: Extent and Safety

The project promotes public acceptance of water reuse....


Alternative Methods for Analysis of NDMA and Other Nitrosamines in Water and Wastewater

The project evaluated, refined, and developed multiple methods for NDMA analysis, and where applicable, determine...


Best Practices for Developing Indirect Potable Reuse Projects

The project examines how people perceive the value of indirect potable reuse and how the...


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