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Water Reuse/Resources

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Water Reuse/Resources

Recycled water is used every day. Our oceans, rivers and lakes continually cleanse and replenish themselves in an endless hydrologic cycle. But nature can’t keep pace with the demands created by growing populations. Therefore, water reclamation is a vital means of dealing with drought, meeting our ever-increasing regulatory requirements, and conserving potable water supplies. Modern wastewater treatment technologies make use of the many processes that occur in the natural environment.

Carollo Engineers has long been a leader in engineering water reuse systems. We recognize the value of recycling and reuse to conserve finite resources and protect our environment. Our water reuse projects produce more than 40 billion gallons of reclaimed water each year, which is used to irrigate golf courses, parks and agricultural crops, and used for power plant cooling, groundwater replenishment, wetland maintenance and recreational purposes. Our in-house water research group maintains a lab for conducting research for new reuse technologies and treatment. We are dedicated to conserving this valuable resource and preserving our environment.

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Technical Bulletins

Providing Leadership to the Industry for Research, Permitting, and Implementation
DBP Existence, Formation, and Destruction - Implications for Water Reuse
Disinfection and Pathogen Inactivation - Emerging Trends and Implications for Water Reuse
Desktop Simulation of Treatment Plant Hydraulics
Carollo Meets the Challenges of Implementing MBR Projects
Integrated Master Planning With Strategic Long-Term Goals