Transforming Urban Water

by Julie Dyer Wood, Director of Projects; Charles River Watershed Association, Weston, MA,
Robert Zimmerman, Executive Director; Charles River Watershed Association, Weston, MA,
Bruce Douglas, P.E., Vice President; Natural Systems Utilities, Hillsborough, NJ,
Barbara Wingler, Research Engineer; Natural Systems Utilities, Hillsborough, NJ,



2015


Serial Information: Issue 7, Pg. 68-73,84-85


Document Type: Feature article

Abstract:

The Charles River Watershed Association, of Weston, Massachusetts, has an ambitious goal: transforming the ways in which urban areas manage drinking water, wastewater, and storm water. By seeking to integrate traditionally separate water systems, the association aims to maximize the recovery of resources from wastewater, restore the natural water cycle in developed areas, and revitalize the urban environment and its waterways.



Subject Headings: Municipal water | Stormwater management | Municipal wastewater | Water resources | Urban development | Watersheds | Rivers and streams | Drinking water

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