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Note: This is part two in a series. Read part one here.

When we think of recycling, we tend to think about materials: plastics, cardboard, glass and metals, but not water. Materials recycling is successful for a multitude of reasons, but one of the primary drivers of recycling is securing reliable long-term resources. That same reasoning can (and should) be applied to our water resources.

While water recycling (also called reuse...

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Today’s society is privileged to a host of advanced treatment technologies that keep our drinking water supplies safe. Our confidence in these technologies has even allowed us to venture into direct potable water reuse treatment schemes that better preserve our water supplies for future generations. But more often than not, most folks haven’t a clue about how these processes work. Have you ever wanted to better understand microfiltration or reverse osmosis processes? How about activated...

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