Filter Loading Evaluation for Water Reuse

The project, called the Filter Loading Evaluation for Water Reuse (FLEWR), addresses scientific, engineering, and regulatory gaps related to the impact of filter loading rate on granular media, rapid depth filtration of wastewater....

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Maximizing Recovery of Recycled Water for Groundwater Recharge Employing an Integrated Membrane System

The project evaluates whether a multistage, high-pressure membrane process, such as the one used at the LVL, can be operated at higher recovery and permeate flux, resulting in lower overall operating costs, without compromising product water quality....

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Characterization of U.S. Seawaters and Development of Standardized Protocols for Evaluation of Foulants in Seawater Reverse Osmosis

The project characterizes seawater from various locations in the United States, evaluates methods for characterizing clean and fouled membranes, identifies organic foulants using bench-scale RO experiments, studies the influence of membrane properties and algal bloom (red-tide events) on organic fouling, and compares fouling between bench-scale...

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Monitoring for Microconstituents in an Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility and Modeling Discharge of Reclaimed Water

The project evaluates the removal of microconstituents through AWT facilities, investigate the potential impact of microconstituents to aquatic organisms, and examine the fate and transport of select microconstituents from a hypothetical canal discharge location to a drinking water aquifer with a hydrodynamic and water quality...

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Oxidative Treatment of Organics in Membrane Concentrates

The project developed an oxidation process for removing organics in membrane concentrates....

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Reaction Rates and Mechanisms of Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) for Water Reuse

The project provides the data necessary to develop kinetic models that describe the underlying chemistry for advanced oxidation process applications....

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Assessment of Approaches to Achieve Nationally Consistent Reclaimed Water Standards

The project assesses potential alternatives to achieve national consistency in the quality and safety of reclaimed water produced through reuse, including regulations/criteria, guidelines, industry “standards” or voluntary standards of practice, and other options....

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Combining UV and Chlorination for Recycled Water Disinfection

The project evaluates the combination of UV with either free chlorine or chloramines for disinfection of recycled water....

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Identifying Hormonally Active Compounds, Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Product Ingredients of Health Concern from Potential Presence in Water Intended for Indirect Potable Reuse

The project reviews methodologies for developing screening level human health risk-based criteria for PPCPs and EDCs potentially present in water intended for indirect potable reuse and develop decision criteria....

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