The Quest to Cost Effectively Meet Recycled Water Standards with Preozonation and Biologically Active Filtration

@inproceedings{Ohlinger2013TheQT,
  title={The Quest to Cost Effectively Meet Recycled Water Standards with Preozonation and Biologically Active Filtration},
  author={Kurt N. Ohlinger and Carla De Las Casas and William Emmanuel Yu and Steve Ramberg and Rion P Merlo and Denny and Edna Parker},
  year={2013}
}
The latest NPDES permit adopted for the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant included a requirement for tertiary treatment, equivalent to the water quality requirements of Title 22, unrestricted use recycled water. Initial cost projections for the required plant upgrades exceeded $2 billion to upgrade the 691 ML/day (181 mgd) facility. To help in… CONTINUE READING