Water reuse is the reclamation of water from wastewater plants for beneficial non-potable and potable uses. As fresh water supplies are approaching or have reached full allocation, water reuse is becoming a critical part of community water supplies.
Various water types are the subject of research into water reuse and include:
- Municipal wastewater
- Industrial wastewater
- Produced water
We are exploring technologies including:
- Desalination technologies
- Nutrient removal technologies
- Membrane bioreactors (MBR)
- Hybrid MBR/reverse osmosis (RO) systems
Kruger Neosep MBR system at San Diego Pt. Loma WWTP.
Science and Technology ProgramResearch
|747||Tailoring Irrigation Water from Municipal Reuse Facilities for High Value Crops||2004||2005||Darlene Tuel|
|1102||Pilot Study of Calcium Removal Pretreatment and Desalination of Irrigation Drainage||2004||2005||Scott Irvine||Halfway Wash Water Treatment Pilot Study (DWPR Report No 148) Appendix 1|