This paper examines three advanced water reclamation facilities that utilize treatment schemes developed to produce high quality treated water suitable for indirect potable reuse. It discusses how the schemes were developed to address geographical, political and regulatory requirements that result, for some contaminants, different treated water limits; and presents information on the capability of each to address non-regulated micro-contaminants. Additionally, the paper compares the carbon footprint of each scheme from both a capital and operating perspective.
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- Jim C. Lozier, PE
- CH2M HILL, Inc.
- AMTA/SEDA AMTA Annual and SEDA Annual, Miami Beach, FL
- AMTA/SEDA Annual Conference
- Oxnard, California Advanced Water Purification Facility, Luggage Point Advanced Water Treatment Plant in Brisbane, Australia, F. Wayne Hill Water Resources Center in Gwinnett County, Georgia