Direct potable reuse is now being considered a feasible opportunity and has the attention of many. Global warming, climate change, and drought has made water scarcity a top of mind issue for many communities across the country. Water scarcity is not a new challenge for communities, yet a long standing problem. While non-potable reuse is not a new concept for many communities, potable reuse is. Potable reuse is now being considered as a feasible opportunity and has the attention of many communities as being a potential long term solution for sustainably mitigating the risk of water shortage for future generations. In the initiative to safeguard from water shortage, communities are demanding innovative thinking be brought to the drawing board for ensuring that all communities within the nation will have sufficient water supply to meet both current and future needs.
This presentation is available to AMTA Members only.
- Val Frenkel
- Greeley and Hansen
- AMTA/AWWA Membrane Technology Conference, Las Vegas
- AMTA/AWWA Membrane Technology Conference
- IPR, DPR, EPA