Reverse Osmosis Is Costly. Here's a Cost-Effective Way to Make Water for Direct Portable Reuse.

Georgia’s Gwinnett County pilot-tests its two-stage ozone-biological filtration process as a way to produce high-quality water for direct potable reuse.

As various regions of the country struggle with stressed drinking water supplies, direct potable reuse of wastewater is gaining acceptance.

Various hurdles stand in the way, and one of them is cost. There’s no question that technology can treat wastewater to meet drinking water...

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