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Title: Ozone Biofiltration Direct Potable Reuse Testing at Gwinnett County (#4777)

PROJECT NUMBER:

Reuse-15-11

PROJECT MANAGER:

Justin Mattingly
The Water Research Foundation
jmattingly@waterrf.org

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:

Denise Funk
Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources
Denise.funk@gwinnettcounty.com

STATUS:

Completed

LAST UPDATED:

11/15/2018

REPORT DESCRIPTION:

For treatment strategies in potable reuse, there are alternatives to reverse osmosis (RO) that can achieve potable water quality in a direct potable reuse (DPR) scenario. This research examined whether ozone-biologically active filtration (BAF) can provide water of equal or higher quality than current drinking water supplies without the use of reverse osmosis (RO) membranes. The study examined four blending ratios (15%, 25%, 50%, and 100%) of advanced treated water from the F. Wayne Hill Water Resources Center in Gwinnett County, Georgia combined with Shoal Creek Filter Plant raw water from Lake Lanier. Treated water from the DPR pilot was compared to drinking water standards, as well as emerging microbial and chemical contaminants. Published by WRF. 360 pages. Online PDF. (2018) (#4777)

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