Tag Archives: Water reuse

Resource Recovery Covered by Experts at IR2 Forum 2017

June 22, 2017

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The Intensification of Resource Recovery (IR²) Forum 2017 provides information on research, technologies, and case studies associated with recovering resources from water. The intensive 3-day event focuses on innovations in wastewater and water reuse. The technical program covers intensifying biological processes, the Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT) program, process control, solids processing, and hydrolysis. […]

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Focusing on Water Reuse in January WEF Webcast

December 9, 2016

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Water Reuse: Potable Reuse Research Compilation – Synthesis of Findings Implementing direct potable reuse to augment public water supplies with advanced treated water has been gaining traction in the water sector. A significant body of research findings have been collected from project evaluating the technical, operational, and managerial aspects of direct potable reuse. In 2016, […]

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Potable Reuse Cartoon Introduces Kids to Sustainability

December 8, 2016

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Padre Dam Municipal Water District (PDMWD; Santee, Calif.) hopes to build public support for its East County Advanced Water Purification Program with a 2-minute video featuring a message for all ages. The potable reuse program has the potential to meet up to 30% of local drinking water demand from approximately 100,000 customers, according to a […]

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Water Reuse Roadmap Primer Describes Best Practices

November 17, 2016

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Water reuse has proven crucial for many utilities to meet the water needs of their customers. With the September release of The Water Reuse Roadmap Primer, the Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) provides water sector decision-makers with best practice standards to help navigate the technical, financial, social, and health-related challenges associated with reuse. The […]

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Sheep ‘Mow’ Grass Irrigated by Treated Wastewater in Oregon

September 19, 2016

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Biocycle Farm, a large farm in Eugene, Ore. sustained entirely by recycled water, doesn’t rely solely on herbicides or machines to maintain the 88,000 poplar trees planted on the property. The Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission (MWMC; Lane County, Ore.), which manages the land, saves almost $3500 in labor and fuel costs each year by employing […]

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WEF Recognizes 61 Utilities for Exceptional Performance

September 14, 2016

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The Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) joins the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA; Washington, D.C.), the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF; Alexandria, Va.), and the WateReuse Association (Alexandria, Va.) in celebrating 61 recipients of the inaugural Utility of the Future (UOTF) Today Recognition Program. A peer committee of utility leaders selected […]

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WERF and WateReuse Merge To Advance Concept of One Water

June 20, 2016

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The Water Environment Research Foundation and the WateReuse Research Foundation have merged to form the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF; Alexandria, Va.). The merger, announced May 9, brings together the organizations’ expansive portfolio of research on water, wastewater, and stormwater topics. It also reflects on the sector’s movement toward the concept of “one water,” […]

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From the President: Taking a Look at Water from Africa

April 25, 2016

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Paul Bowen, WEF President 2015–2016

Recently, my day-job took me to central, east, and west Africa to work on wastewater treatment facilities at several Coca-Cola Co. (Atlanta) bottlers. As I rode along the dusty, remote roads of Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Mozambique, I was reminded that the need for water is prevalent in the everyday lives of people. […]

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