Ever wondered what tertiary treatment really means? Interested in graywater for toilets but don’t know where to start? Looking for ways to move your project closer to net-zero water (and energy for that matter)?
The long-awaited “Onsite Non-Potable Water Reuse Practice Guide” was recently released by the William J. Worthen Foundation. Following years of research on and advocacy for bringing water reuse strategies to the public, the practice guide offers readers specifics on how and why reuse may be right for your next project.
With chapters on “The Right Water for the Right Job” and “Can I Get this Thing Permitted?” as well as detailed information on how to build a system that works for you, the 87-page guide comes complete with references, additional resources and case studies.
It's a great read for practitioners and the general public alike. The downloadable .pdf is available on the Foundation’s website.