Tags

Role of community participation and partnerships in successful implementation of a water reuse scheme

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)
Loading...Loading...

This case study illustrates how collective efforts and effectively designed partnerships between key stakeholders, backed up by effective regulatory and policy measures, has lead to development of a successful wastewater reuse scheme. The scheme ultimately has contributed towards sustainable development of the region.

Comments

More Crop per Drop (MCpD)

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
Loading...Loading...

The aim is to develop solutions that close the water cycle and make water reuse able. Through the More Crop per Drop (MCpD) network innovative concepts can be developed. Organizations from the various fields  (knowledge institutes, business and government) are able to explore the opportunities in the market for food security and water scarcity. The solutions that are part of the More Crop per Drop theme are technologies that serve at the intersection of water technology and agriculture & horticulture.

Comments

EDWARD C. LITTLE WATER RECYCLING FACILITY: Producing 5 Classes of Recycled Water In Response to Southern California’s Ongoing Drought & Growing Water Demand

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)
Loading...Loading...

The Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility (ELWRF), in operation since 1995 and one of the largest water recycling facilities worldwide, is an excellent reference site and the only facility in the United States producing 5 distinct types of recycled water.
The plant is internationally recognized as a water recycling leader, producing over 240,000 m3/d of high quality recycled water (final capacity 340,000 m3/d) from secondary wastewater effluent via several advanced treatment lines and satellite facilities for a wide variety of reuse applications, including landscape irrigation, industrial use and aquifer recharge.

Comments

Wastewater Reuse for Agricultural & Industrial Applications, SAN LUIS POTOSI, MEXICO

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)
Loading...Loading...

The State Water Commission, CEA, decided to produce a high quality reuse water to supply cooling water to a local power plant, Termoelectrica Villa de Reyes, one of the region’s largest consumers of potable water.

Comments