Focusing on Water Reuse in January WEF Webcast

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, the Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) initiated a monthly webcast to summarize and synthesize key issues and findings from this research. The webcast series aims to provide a clear understanding of the process and to identify areas that may require further research.

The January webcast will provide an overview of the key issues, findings, and results of the research synthesis, covering the topics of

  • source control;
  • treatment train evaluation;
  • surrogates and log reduction credits for pathogens;
  • methods to monitor pathogens;
  • constituents of emerging concern;
  • critical control points to monitor systems;
  • operations and maintenance;
  • operator training and certification;
  • resiliency; and
  • reliable performance.

The next research synthesis webcast will take place on Jan. 23, 1–2: 30 p.m. (EST).

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