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U.S. Indirect and Direct Potable Water Reuse Systems (2020)

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Collection of proposed, operating, demonstration, and pilot study potable reuse systems across the U.S. as of 2020. Information includes project name, location, augmentation type, capacity, year operational, treatment train, and source water type. References are included in this submission. As potable reuse facilities undergo expansions or upgrades, treatment trains and capacities are subject to change. Operational status may also change. Treatment trains listed are reported to the detail that the source provides. Type and doses of chemical post-treatment or chlorination is often not specified. Please see README section in spreadsheet for definitions of acronyms used.

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NAWI. (2020). U.S. Indirect and Direct Potable Water Reuse Systems (2020) [data set]. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.7481/1787485.
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Data from Jul 1, 2020

Last updated Feb 7, 2022

Submitted Oct 23, 2020

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NAWI

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Alison Sim

310.750.7061

Authors

Alison Sim

Stanford University

Meagan Mauter

NAWI

DOE Project Details

Project Name NAWI Integrated Data and Analysis

Project Lead Melissa Klembara

Project Number 36496

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