Development and Application of a Model for Urban Use of Reclaimed Waterby John A. Verscharen, CH2M Hill, United States,
Stephen R. Lienhart, CH2M Hill, United States,
Abstract: Water for nonpotable uses can be obtained from lesser-quality sources, and reclaimed water represents a very valuable and relatively unusual source. The planning and design process for utilization of reclaimed water is relatively complex due to the large number of physical, operational, and regulatory variables that must be considered in the development of a recovered water system. This paper discusses the use of a planning/design model to facilitate the planning/design process for reuse systems.
Subject Headings: Water reclamation | Hydrologic models | Water resources | Urban development | Municipal water | Water supply systems
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