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2017 Potable Reuse Compendium
2017 Potable Reuse CompendiumU.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) | January 11, 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...
Analysis of Potential Water-Supply Management Options, 2010-60, and Documentation of Revisions to the Model of the Irwin Basin Aquifer System, Fort Irwin National Training Center, California$0.00
Analysis of Potential Water-Supply Management Options, 2010-60, and Documentation of Revisions to the Model of the Irwin Basin Aquifer System, Fort Irwin National Training Center, CaliforniaU.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Fort Irwin National Training Area | October 31, 2014...Summary
The Fort Irwin National Training Center is considering several alternatives to manage their limited water-supply sources in the Irwin Basin. An existing three-dimensional,...
Direct potable reuse: a future imperative
Direct potable reuse: a future imperativeInternational Water Association (IWA) Publishing | March 1, 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...
Investigation on the Feasibility of Developing Uniform Water Recycling Criteria for Direct Potable Reuse$0.00
Investigation on the Feasibility of Developing Uniform Water Recycling Criteria for Direct Potable ReuseCalifornia State Water Resources Control Board | December 29, 2016...Summary
In 2010, the California Legislature enacted Senate Bill (SB) 918 (Chapter 700, Statutes of 2010), which added sections 13560-13569 (Division 7, Chapter 7.3)...
LA Sustainable Water Project: Los Angeles City-Wide Overview
LA Sustainable Water Project: Los Angeles City-Wide OverviewUCLA: Sustainable LA Grand Challenge | February 1, 2018...Summary
This report assesses the potential to improve water quality standards while integrating complementary One Water Management practices that can increase potential local water...
Layperson’s Guide to California Wastewater*
Layperson’s Guide to California Wastewater*Water Education Foundation | December 12, 2013...Summary
This guide, part of an ongoing series by the Water Education Foundation, provides an overview of basic background information on California laws and...
Los Angeles Sustainable Water Project: Ballona Creek Watershed
Los Angeles Sustainable Water Project: Ballona Creek WatershedUCLA: Sustainable LA Grand Challenge | November 1, 2015...Summary
Implementing integrated water management systems (IWM) that incorporate all components of the urban water cycle, including imported water, local groundwater, captured stormwater, greywater, and treated...
Managing Wastewater in a Changing Climate
Managing Wastewater in a Changing ClimatePublic Policy Institute of California (PPIC) | April 15, 2019...Summary
California’s wastewater sector, which plays a crucial role in protecting publichealth and the environment, is at a turning point. Water supply and demand...
Moving Toward a Multi-Benefit Approach for Water Management
Moving Toward a Multi-Benefit Approach for Water ManagementPacific Institute | April 11, 2019...Summary
There is broad recognition that adapting to climate change, coupled with the need to address aging infrastructure, population growth, and degraded ecosystems, will require rethinking programs and...
Municipal Recycled Water (Resource Management Strategy)$0.00
Municipal Recycled Water (Resource Management Strategy)California Department of Water Resources (DWR) | July 29, 2016...Summary
California is increasing its integration of municipal recycled water into its water supply portfolio. In some regions of the state, recycled water meets...