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Title: Risk-Based Framework for the Development of Public Health Guidance for Decentralized Non-Potable Water Systems

PROJECT NUMBER:

SIWM10C15

PROJECT MANAGER:

Katy Lackey
Water Environment & Reuse Foundation
klackey@werf.org

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:

Jeffrey J. Mosher
Water Environment & Reuse Foundation
jmosher@werf.org

STATUS:

Completed

LAST UPDATED:

3/14/2017

TOTAL FUNDING:

$79,870.00

REPORT DESCRIPTION:

Project developed a risk-based framework to establish scale-appropriate public health guidance for decentralized non-potable water (DNW) systems. It includes recommendations on water quality pathogen targets for multiple types of alternate water sources (including graywater, blackwater, roof runoff, and stormwater), monitoring regimes for water quality, management considerations for systems, strategies for permitting projects, and applications and end uses of treated alternate water sources. The framework can be adapted to new water sources and end uses, as experience in operating DNW systems grows and with advances in methodologies to estimate risk-based LRTs. Published by WE&RF. 148 pages. Online PDF. (2017)

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