Occurrence and Treatability of Microconstituents for Aquifer Recharge and Indirect Potable Reuse in Town of Davie, Florida
Abstract:This study presents the results of a pilot/bench scale study conducted to evaluate the feasibility for Indirect Potable Reuse (IPR) via Groundwater Aquifer Recharge in Town of Davie, Florida. Advanced treatment technologies used to achieve the water quality for IPR was found successful. Treatment train in the pilot study included UF/RO/UV processes. Treatability test for the removal of microconstituents was conducted via a UV/H2O2 bench scale test. Treatment processes were set up based on the requirements set by Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) and Broward County Environmental Protection Department (BCEPD) regulations for IPR via Groundwater Aquifer Recharge. Removal of microconstituents was taken into serious consideration due to the increasing demand of their treatment driven by the upcoming regulations and public awareness.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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