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Main Title Economic and Institutional Analysis of Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse Projects.
Author Bank, Harvey O. ; Inerfiel, Arthur J. ; Wolf, Charles G. ; Tucke, David L. ; Harri, Phillip G. ;
CORP Author Leeds, Hill and Jewett, Inc., San Francisco, Calif.
Year Published 1971
Report Number DI-14-31-0001-3177 ;OWRR-C-1912(3177); C-1912(3177)(1),; 04420
Stock Number PB-206 522
Additional Subjects ( Water reclamation ; Economic analysis) ; ( Water supply ; Water reclamation) ; Industrial waste treatment ; Industrial water ; Sewage treatment ; Irrigation ; Potable water ; Groundwater recharge ; Cost estimates ; Recreational facilities ; Optimization ; Prices ; Management planning ; Demineralizing ; Waste water reuse ; Sewage irrigation ; Tertiary sewage treatment ; Water rates
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-206 522 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 183p
Methodology was developed for selecting the optimum size, configuration, and timing of a wastewater reclamation project jointly or singly undertaken by a waste disposal and water supply agency. A separate procedure was developed for allocating project costs between disposal and supply functions, and, if the project includes recreation, to that function as well. The optimization and cost allocation procedures are most completely developed for reliable, direct use reclamation projects producing a non-potable supply. Guidelines are included for analyzing interruptible projects and those producing potable supplies. A basic consideration in the analysis of economic feasibility of wastewater reclamation projects must be an evaluation of the costs borne by consumers of inferior quality water. The report also discusses quantity and quality requirements for various uses of reclaimed water. An extensive bibliography is included.