Ozone Applications at Inland Locations for Potable Reuse

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This is a joint webcast with the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation.

Many active potable reuse facilities currently utilize reverse osmosis, which typically results in a brine waste stream that must be disposed of. This can be a costly and impractical process for many inland communities, which has led to the development of alternative treatment approaches using ozone and biologically active filtration. Our speakers will discuss two WE&RF research projects that focus on ozone-based treatment processes for potable reuse. These projects feature pilot studies on ozone-based treatment in Nevada and Georgia to demonstrate this alternative approach.


  • Vijay Sundaram, Regional Practice Leader, Wastewater at Stantec
  • Denise Funk, Division Director, Operations Technical Services at Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources

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