2017 Potable Reuse Compendium

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) | January 11th, 2018

Summary

Appropriate and necessary treatment and reuse of wastewater to augment existing water resources is a rapidly expanding approach for both non-potable and potable

A changing framework for urban water systems

American Chemical Society (ACS) | May 8th, 2013

Summary

Urban water infrastructure and the institutions responsible for its management have gradually evolved over the past two centuries. Today, they are under increas

A Synthesis of Aquatic Science for Management of Lakes Mead and Mohave

U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) | January 29th, 2013

Summary

Lakes Mead and Mohave, which are the centerpieces of Lake Mead National Recreation Area, provide many significant benefits that have made the modern development of the So

Adapting to Change: Utility Systems and Declining Flows

California Urban Water Agencies (CUWA) | November 1st, 2017

Summary

During the recent historic drought, Californians responded to the call for emergency statewide water use reductions, which the state has recognized as a highly su

Annual Report Clean Water State Revolving Fund and the Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014 State Fiscal Year 2017-2018

California State Water Resources Control Board | December 30th, 2018

Summary

The California State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board), Division of Financial Assistance (DFA) presents the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) annua

Bottoms Up: Treated sewage could be the safest, most environmentally sound source of tap water yet - if we can get over the yuck factor

Scientific American | July 1st, 2014

Summary

On a sunny day in December, I visit a shiny, sterile water-processing facility nestled in the hills of northern San Diego. Sheltered by an ugly cream-colored roof but l

Contributions of recycled wastewater to clean water and sanitation Sustainable Development Goals

Clean Water | April 30th, 2020

Summary

Water resources are essential for every development activity, not only in terms of available quantity but also in terms of quality. Population growth and urbani

Critical Review: Regulatory Incentives and Impediments for onsite Graywater Reuse in the United States

Water Environment Research | July 11th, 2013

Summary

Graywater is a potential water source for reducing water demand. Accordingly, a review was undertaken of graywater reuse regulations and guidelines within the 50 United

Desalination for a circular water economy

Energy & Environmental Science | August 20th, 2020

Summary

Today's water systems are enabled by ample fresh water sources, low-cost centralized treatment, and facile wastewater disposal. Climatic change, aging infrastructure, and

Direct potable reuse: a future imperative

International Water Association (IWA) Publishing | March 1st, 2011

Summary

As a result of population growth, urbanization, and climate change, public water supplies are becoming stressed, and the chances of tapping new water supplies for

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