Tag: Reuse

Michael Sherer

Direct Potable Reuse: Drought-Resilient, Sustainable Water Source of the Future

Potable reuse is a drought-resilient water supply diversification strategy that many cities are considering for supplementing their water supply. Although […]

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Mark Evans

$32 Million in Funding Available for Desalination and Reclamation/Reuse Projects

(Photo credit: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation) The Bureau of Reclamation has announced $32 million in funding opportunities for desalination construction […]

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Trang Nguyen

Celebrate National Drinking Water Week by Protecting the Source

Freese and Nichols is partnering with the American Water Works Association and the water community to recognize the vital role […]

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Amy Kaarlela

Reuse – Great Idea, But How Do We Pay for It?

Reuse has been widely implemented in recent years, but many times capital cost is a barrier to implementing reuse systems. […]

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Jennifer Wasinger

Global Leaders Launch Public-Private Strategy to Build a Sustainable Water Future

Earlier this month, leaders from across the globe agreed to a public-private water innovation strategy that addresses the “supply of […]

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David Jackson

Helpful Resource: WateReuse Interactive Map of Reuse Projects

Co-authored by Nick Landes WateReuse, an organization focused on alternative water supply development, developed a Global Connections Map, which “spotlights […]

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Erin Flanagan

Update on Cleburne’s Reuse Program Presented at Water Reuse in Texas Conference

Last month, Freese and Nichols attended the annual Water Reuse in Texas conference in Houston. David Jackson, P.E., BCEE, Water/Wastewater […]

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