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Recycled Water Treatment — Validation and Verification Drives Process Selection at What Cost?

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Abstract:

The quality and productions process for recycled water are governed by various guidelines and regulations in different jurisdictions. In Australia, both federal and state guidelines cover requirements. A common trend in recycled water schemes is that the ability to validate and verify performance of processes, rather than actual performance, governs process selection. Two case studies are presented, which show that if validation techniques were available to demonstrate actual process performance, the guideline and regulation requirements could be met with less infrastructure, saving power and cost, leading to more sustainable production of recycled water.

Keywords: Pathogen Removal; Recycled Water; Validation; Verification

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2175/193864711802793678

Publication date: January 1, 2011

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