Water Reuse: Regulations and Future Market Trends
Recorded on Wednesday, April 10, 2013:
11:00 am - 12:30 pm Eastern US Time;
4:00 - 5:30 pm GMT
The rate of water re-use is expected to increase. Growth is projected in industrial applications and municipal markets, including both centralized and decentralized systems. As water re-use becomes more widely practiced, this will increase the market for a range of treatment technologies, including advanced biological treatment, macro filtration, ultraviolet disinfection, membrane filtration, and potentially advanced oxidation. These treatment technologies have the potential to create opportunities for real-time, on-line monitoring and sensor equipment that provide water quality guarantees. Important questions this webinar will address include:
- How will water be re-used?
- What regulations will govern water re-use?
- What technology and market opportunities will this create?
- What are the differences between the following types of water re-use: direct potable, non-potable, and unplanned re-use?
- What does Title 22 approval mean? How do you get approved? What standards must be attained?
- NSF issued standards for certification of water re-use systems. What are NSF/ANSI Standards 350 and 351
In many ways, regulations struggle to keep up with what is technically possible and theoretically needed. In the absence of water re-use regulations, the California Title 22 Code has become the de-facto standard for water re-use. The whole area of water re-use is becoming more complex, with purple pipes, yellow water, grey water, and black water entering the mix.
Our team of leading global experts in this field will explore the issue and shed light on this large area of change that will have a profound effect on water management in the next decade.
These points will also be explored and discussed:
- Why direct potable water re-use is the most economically viable option for water re-use and how any degree of safety and assurance required can be guaranteed
- Why re-use water is the most economically viable and energy efficient source of water in regards to the marginal
- Why water re-use will not create a market for new technologies, but expand the market for existing technologies
- How decentralized systems will facilitate re-use
Andreas Kolch, Member,O2 Environmental Technology Assesment Group
Kati Bell, Principal Engineer, CDM Smith
Tom Bruursema, General Manager of Environmental
and Sustainability Services, NSF International
Cathy Chang, PE, DEnv, Water Quality Program Manager,
Water Replenishment District of Southern California
George Tchobanoglous, Professor, UC Davis
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