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The Water Reuse Roadmap

Posted October 20, 2017 in Articles

It’s not often that we recommend a book to read on the Clean Water Blog, but this is one we had to share via our friends at the Water Environment Federation (WEF).

The Water Reuse Roadmap provides an overview of all the opportunities, challenges, and benefits associated with projects working to harness natural water cycles to augment water demand.

The resource was developed to help water managers facilitate successful water reuse programs from concept through implementation and maintenance. Guidance in this book helps water managers determine the social, technical, and financial feasibility of water reuse options in their specific situations. It also helps managers initiate a water reuse program when appropriate and expand existing programs based on new approaches and opportunities for innovation.

This detailed guidance includes case studies to help water managers holistically identify, evaluate, and implement water reuse options. This book can be purchased online.

Why is this book important to us at ReWa and to you in the Upstate? It’s because water is essential for life. Water unites all of us. The need for clean water is more important than ever.  While the book is aimed at people in the water resource industry, it is something that every person out there should care about.