Could Decentralized DPR Be the Future? Key Findings from PureWaterSF
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Practice Area: Engineering & Research
SWRCB Drinking Water Contact Hours: 1 Contact Hour(s)
PureWaterSF, a building-scale direct potable reuse demonstration facility, employed UF/RO/UV AOP to treat tertiary recycled blackwater from the 900-person San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) headquarters building. Key issues for decentralized potable water reuse were investigated and will be presented, including those related to operation, maintenance, performance, and monitoring.
Communicate the key issues for decentralized potable reuse.
List the capabilities, limitations, and reliability of online monitoring systems for potable water reuse.
Understand how advanced analytics might be used to monitor unknown toxicity.