Development and Evaluation of Ultrafiltration Methods to Concentrate Pathogens from Reclaimed Water

The project developed a simple, effective UF procedure to detect multiple pathogens from reclaimed water....

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Low-Cost Treatment Technologies for Small-Scale Water Reclamation Plants

The project provides up-to-date information on the costs, treatment capabilities, and operability of available technologies. A range of unit treatment processes and package systems were identified and evaluated....

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Leaching of Metals from Aquifer Soils during Infiltration of Low-Ionic-Strength Reclaimed Water: Determination of Kinetics and Potential Mitigation Strategies

The project evaluates the potential for release of metals of public health concern from surface infiltration operations when reclaimed water of low total dissolved solids (TDS) is used....

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Formation and Fate of Chlorination Byproducts in Desalination Systems

The project assesses the occurrence of contaminants of concern in water produced by desalination systems when chlorine is used for seawater pre-treatment or for disinfection....

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The Effects of Salinity on the Removal of Contaminants of Concern during Biological Water Reclamation

The project examines the effect of cation composition on the removal of hydrophobic contaminants of concern during wastewater treatment....

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Selection and Testing of Tracers for Measuring Travel Times in Groundwater Aquifers Augmented with Reclaimed Water

The project identifies, selects, and tests environmentally acceptable tracers for measuring travel times of reclaimed water and its constituents in recharge systems....

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Methods for Detection of Residual Concentrations of Hydrogen Peroxide in Advanced Oxidation Processes

The project developed a laboratory method for reliable quantification of hydrogen peroxide in the 0.5- to 5-mg/L concentration range that is effective in a natural water matrix as well as in the presence of combined chlorine (chloramine)....

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A Protocol for Estimating Potential Water Quality Impacts of Recycled Projects

The project developed a standardized process, or framework, with associated analytical tools, for evaluating potential groundwater quality impacts that could result from incidental recharge by recycled water beneficially used for irrigation or stored in ponds....

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Developing a Pragmatic Research Agenda for Examining the Value of Water Supply Reliability

The project developed a pragmatic agenda for research on the value of water supply reliability....

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