MAKING A WATER RECLAMATION PLANT DISAPPEAR: A NEW ERA OF WATER REUSE IN PHOENIX
Abstract:In 1996, Phoenix began to implement the first major reuse water system and water reclamation effort within the city limits with the planning and design of the associated Cave Creek Water Reclamation Plant. Because of the proximity of the plant site to a residential development and two cemeteries, the facility would have special requirements. It was important that the facility be planned and designed as a good neighbor, eliminating lines of sight into the facility, noise from equipment, and odors from processes as much as possible.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2001-01-01
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