In Search of a Sustainable Future: Water Reuse in South Florida

Last Modified: Dec 21, 2009


  • Anthony D. Greiner, Jayson J. Page, Richard H. Cisterna, Enrique Vadiveloo, and Patrick A. Davis - Hazen and Sawyer

According to a U.S. Census Bureau projection, the United States must find water for another 2.5 million people per year for the next 50 years (this is equivalent to adding 50 cities the size of San Diego to the nation). South Florida’s population alone is expected to increase by 5 million during the next 25 years. So, to maintain a sustainable 21st century, municipalities must ensure that they will have adequate water supplies…

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