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Enhancing End-User Water Quality through the Characterization of Reclaimed Wastewater and Modifications to Existing Treatment Practices
Up to half of all freshwater demand in certain regions of the United States is used for the irrigation of lawns and gardens, prompting the need for water reclamation and recycling in dry, arid cities. In order for reclaimed ...
A Model Evaluation of a Non-potable Reuse Facility and a Potable Reuse Design
Since the widespread construction of wastewater facilities in the United States beginning in the 1970s, treatment technology has advanced slowly. Small changes have been adapted throughout the years; however, the layout ...
Submerged-Membrane Bioreactor for the Treatment of NASA Wastewater
Potable water represents a key component of life support for extended-duration space missions and the continued operation of the International Space Station. Treatment systems for the recycling of wastewater collected from ...
Screening of Coagulants for the Removal of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products
Treatment and removal of 98 pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) from the secondary effluent of two water reclamation facilities (WRFs) was evaluated using the coagulation process. The plants include Truckee ...