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Assessment of Techniques for Evaluating and Demonstrating Safety of Water from Direct Potable Reuse Treatment Facilities

Project: 13-15 (WaterRF 4508)
Type: Literature Review
Research Value: $419,117

This project will produce a direct potable reuse (DPR) guidance framework that water utilities and regulators can use to evaluate the safety of existing or potential future DPR scenarios and help facilitate a proactive DPR monitoring process that is protective of public health. This framework will include practical guidance for selecting and implementing monitoring and control tools for DPR.

Research partners: Alameda County Water District, East Bay Municipal Utility District, Contra Costa Water District, Los Angeles Department of Water & Power, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, and Zone 7 Water Agency.

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