Health Effects Concerns of Water Reuse with Research Recommendations

The project examines information on the composition of highly processed wastewaters, apply screening methods to identify residual chemicals that are present at sufficient concentrations to be a health concern, determine what types of studies would be needed to provide an adequate basis for risk assessment,...

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Potable Reuse: State of the Science Report and Equivalency Criteria for Treatment Trains

The project clearly identifies the benefits and tradeoffs of various treatment process trains for potable reuse....

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Interagency Partnerships for Water Reuse

The workshop enabled attendees to learn why national and state leaders say recycled water is the key to a sustainable water supply......

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Guidebook on Water Reuse On-Site Inspection

The project developed a guidebook of industry-wide recommended procedures for use by water and wastewater agencies in planning and implementing on-site inspection and cross connection control programs specifically for reclaimed water systems....

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Potentially Infectivity Assay for Giardia Iamblia Cysts

The project developed a molecular assay that can rapidly discriminate between infectious cysts and cysts unable to cause an infection. Messenger RNA (mRNA) was evaluated as a molecular marker of infectivity....

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Determination of Cryptosporidium and Giardia Occurance, Infectivity, and Genotyping in Wastewater Effluents

The project accrued information to better understand the occurrence of Cryptosporidium in reuse effluents from plants employing various upstream treatment processes (secondary clarification, cloth filtration, sand filtration, and MBRs)....

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Study of Innovative Treatments for Reclaimed Water

The project investigates current and emerging tertiary and advanced treatment technologies for reclaimed water disinfection and chemical constituent destruction....

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Water Reuse 2030: Identifying Future Challenges and Opportunities

The Water Reuse 2030 project explored the future of water reuse to identify how water reuse might help to narrow the gap between water supply and demand....

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Investigating the Feasibility of a Membrane Biofilm Reactor to Achieve Low Nitrogen Levels for Water Reclamation and Reuse

The project explores methods to remove nitrate from secondary effluent to a low level (< 10 mg N/L) for water reclamation purposes using an innovative H2 fueled Membrane Biofilm Reactor (MBfR)....

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