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New Trailer for Last Call at the Oasis, very funny and featuring Jack Black on Potable Reuse
Video - Downstream: A simple story about the need for water reuse technology for a sustainable future by Linda MacPherson, Dr. Shane Snyder, Ian Law and Steve Johnson
Reclaimed Water - A reliable,
safe alternative water supply
A recently published brochure on the history and safety of reclaimed and/or recycled water. Developed by the Southwest Florida Water Management District. The brochure presents the major studies which adequately address the quality and safety questions about the use of reclaimed water. The brochure also includes significant uses in the United States and globally, the government actions which ensure its continued safe use, as well as historical information which demonstrates that both urban and agricultural irrigation use of reclaimed/recycled water is a safe and effective water supply.
Books that could prove helpful
An assorted list we have found useful in understanding Community Relationship Management (CRM), how the public views water issues and other public perception dynamics.
Using Recycled Water
A thorough resource including a detailed list of recycled water usage in California cities.
Using Recycled Water
A modified list of the above that includes only those cities using recycled water in schools.
Residential Common Area Recycling in Longboat Key, FL
Detailed statistical information on recycled water usage in Longboat Key, FL.
Links to other Web sites regarding use of Recycled Water
This list has been prepared by Data Instincts and is regularly updated.
Helpful Educational Programs
Source: MRWPCA, Monterey County
High Schools Using
Recycled Water in California
A list of high schools using recycled water in California. (Updated May ’04)
to Health Safety Issues of Recycled Water
A detailed report consisting of facts and references relating to health safety regulations involved with using recycled water.
Trace Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Product Residues in Recycled Waters: Occurrence, Fate, Toxicology, and Risk. Presentations from a Santa Rosa, California Board of Public Utilities Study Session held on April 19, 2007. Includes; Shane A. Snyder, Ph.D. R&D Project Manager, Southern Nevada Water Authority, Jean Debroux Ph.D., chemical and environmental engineer/scientist with Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, and Laura Kennedy, risk analysis specialist with Kennedy/Jenks Consultants.
Water Recycling in Australia
Source: ARRIS Pty Ltd
Recent published research papers on Recycled Water
Save Water When Traveling
How to conserve water during your travels
Water Conservation Throughout the Home
You’ll be surprised at just how much water you can save.