EPA 2017 Potable Reuse Compendium Now Available

The 2017 Potable Reuse Compendium provides a technical compilation of the current state of potable water reuse in the United States.

Critical control points (CCPs) are locations in a treatment plant, including specific processes and chemical addition steps, that have a direct impact on the quality of finished water as it relates to public health.

Through work at DPR facilities with our clients and cutting-edge research, Hazen and Sawyer is developing operator training and certification programs to help ensure reuse operations staff have the tools and information they need to produce high-quality, reliable water for their community.

(NEW YORK, NY – January 17, 2018) – Hazen and Sawyer staff are among the contributors to the EPA’s 2017 Potable Reuse Compendium.

The 2017 Potable Reuse Compendium provides a technical compilation of the current state of potable water reuse in the United States. The compendium covers multiple topics, including the extent of potable water reuse in the United States and the world, the costs of potable water reuse, and the treatment processes used in potable water reuse.

Additionally, the compendium presents seven case studies on indirect and direct potable reuse facilities in the United States, which illustrate how and why facilities implement potable water reuse.

Hazen contributions include sections on reuse risk assessment, HACCP/critical control points, and operational elements of reuse applications.

The full document is available on the EPA website.

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