TITLE

Achieving Reliability in Potable Reuse: The Four Rs

AUTHOR(S)
PECSON, BRIAN M.; SHANE TRUSSELL, R.; PISARENKO, ALEKS N.; RHODES TRUSSELL, R.
PUB. DATE
March 2015
SOURCE
Journal: American Water Works Association;Mar2015, Vol. 107 Issue 3, p48
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the four Rs in achieving reliable potable water reuse systems to address the increasing needs for sustainable water resources. It refers to reliability, redundancy, robustness and resilience to mitigate the global effects of water shortage. Potable reuse bolsters independence, provides greater dependability, reduces energy and conveyance costs, lowers carbon footprints and provides greater protection against natural disasters.
ACCESSION #
102587339

 

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