A black box for water reuse applications?

May 16, 2023
What can utilities learn from monitoring collection systems to assist their water reuse efforts?

Water reuse is gaining traction across the U.S., most notably in the west. As utilities and communities turn more and more to advanced wastewater treatment for potable water reuse applications, monitoring of collection systems will be critical.

Anne-li Steutel-Maron, Kando marketing manager, explains the importance of monitoring in water reuse applications, why collection systems are the black box to discover problems, and what the future holds for water reuse in the U.S.

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Bob Crossen

Bob Crossen is the editorial director for the Endeavor Business Media Water Group, which publishes WaterWorld, Wastewater Digest and Stormwater Solutions. Crossen graduated from Illinois State University in Dec. 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in German and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. He worked for Campbell Publications, a weekly newspaper company in rural Illinois outside St. Louis for four years as a reporter and regional editor. 

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