Innovative Thinking and Adaptability for Reuse System Integration in the City and County of Broomfield, CO
Abstract:Starting in the late 80's, the City and County of Broomfield worked to install a dedicated reuse water system that finally went online in 2004. They have benefited from an initial vision of an integrated and dedicated reuse water system that has been forwarded through smart funding allocation, a teaming partnership with the engineers and planners in charge of the flexible system design, forward-thinking water rights negotiations, the embracing of new and emerging technologies, and dogged follow-through for system construction. All of these techniques have been brought together under an unwavering dedication to the overall concept of reuse water irrigation. Now Broomfield is poised to support the future growth of their community and do so responsibly in an increasing climate of water shortage.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2008
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