Research Area: Water Reuse

Our Objective

WE&RF will collaboratively investigate and assess procedures to facilitate the sustainable and cost-effective use of reclaimed water.

 
                 

Latest News

Reliability of DPR Confirmed in New Water Research Publication
Trussell Tech is excited to announce the publication of "Reliability of pathogen control in direct potable reuse: Performance evaluation and QMRA of a full-scale 1 MGD advanced treatment train.’
WE&RF to Receive $4.5 Million Grant from California State Water Board for Recycled Water Research
On June 6, 2017, the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) was awarded a $4.5M grant from the California Water Resources Control Board.
Upcoming Workshop Explores Potable Reuse in the Mid-Atlantic
Water Environment & Reuse Foundation and Water Research Foundation are pleased to announce that a one-day workshop focusing on the state of the science of potable reuse – particularly as it pertains to the Mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. – is scheduled for Wednesday, August 23, 2017.
Real-Time Monitoring: An Opportunity To Engage In Potable Reuse And Detect Failures Quickly
With public safety of primary concern, real-time sensors may be the catalyst for assurance and expansion of potable reuse treatment schemes.
Water Industry Leaders to Speak at IWA Reuse 2017
World leaders in advancing water reuse will speak at the opening session of the 11th IWA International Conference on Water Reclamation and Reuse (IWA Reuse 2017), which is being held July 23-27, 2017 in Long Beach, California.

Products & Tools

Impacts of Mainstream Low DO Conditions at a Full-Scale MBR Water Reuse Plant (Reuse-13-08)
This research sought to develop and implement a comprehensive operational strategy that relies on enhanced automation of aeration control to optimize process performance under a low dissolved oxygen operation technology.
Controlling Trace Organic Compounds Using Alternative, Non-FAT Technology for Potable Water Reuse (Reuse-13-10)
Investigates the potential for non-FAT technology systems – ion exchange (IX), biological activated carbon (BAC), and AOP – to treat wastewater effluent for removal of trace organic compounds (TOrCs) for potable water reuse applications.
Drivers, Hindrances, Planning, and Benefits Quantification: Economic Pathways and Partners for Water Reuse and Stormwater Harvesting (SIWM8R14)
This report focuses on the drivers, hindrances, and planning of water reuse projects and reports on how utilities that have and have not built reuse projects see them differently.
Direct Potable Reuse Monitoring: Testing Water Quality in a Municipal Wastewater Effluent Treated to Drinking Water Standards Volume 1 of 2
Since the implementation of DPR projects across the state, the Texas Water Development Board commissioned this study to increase confidence in the safety and effectiveness of Big Spring's Raw Water Production Facilitiy's DPR applications through a detailed sampling campaign.
Direct Potable Reuse Monitoring: Testing Water Quality in a Municipal Wastewater Effluent Treated to Drinking Water Standards Volume 2 of 2 (Appendices)
Since the implementation of DPR projects across the state, the Texas Water Development Board commissioned this study to increase confidence in the safety and effectiveness of Big Spring's Raw Water Production Facilitiy's DPR applications through a detailed sampling campaign.