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Application of novel technologies in water reclamation, reuse and recycle

Jegatheesan, V. and Shu, L. 2003, Application of novel technologies in water reclamation, reuse and recycle, in Water quality management and the environment in Asia (Asian waterqual 2003). : selected proceedings of Asian Waterqual 2003, the IWA Asia-Pacific Regional Conference, held in Bangkok, Thailand, 19-23 October 2003, IWA Publishing, London, England.

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Title Application of novel technologies in water reclamation, reuse and recycle
Author(s) Jegatheesan, V.
Shu, L.
Conference name IWA Asia-Pacific Regional Conference (2003 : Bangkok, Thailand)
Conference location Bangkok, Thailand
Conference dates 20-22 Oct. 2003
Title of proceedings Water quality management and the environment in Asia (Asian waterqual 2003). : selected proceedings of Asian Waterqual 2003, the IWA Asia-Pacific Regional Conference, held in Bangkok, Thailand, 19-23 October 2003
Editor(s) Panswad, T.
Polprasert, C.
Karnchanawong, S.
Publication date 2003
Series Water science and technology
Conference series IWA Asia-Pacific Regional Conference
Publisher IWA Publishing
Place of publication London, England
Keyword(s) membrane bioreactor
rainwater
storm water
wastewater
water reuse
Summary Water reuse has become an integral element of the "total water resources planning and management" along with the other elements such as water conservation, water use efficiency and management of the allocation of existing water sources. Researchers are working actively on the following aspects of water reuse: identification and characterization of different wastewaters that could be reclaimed, development of treatment technologies and effluent standards, quantification of potential gains due to recycling and risk management. The wastewaters that can be reclaimed are domestic and industrial wastewaters, grey water, black water, stormwater and rain water and their potential reuse lies in agriculture, aquaculture, industries, non-potable use in residential and community fronts and indirect and direct potable use. The treatment of wastewater ranges from secondary treatment to advanced treatment, which produces different "Classes" of reclaimed water. This paper evaluates the current status of the research on the above-mentioned important aspects of water reuse with relevant case studies and the future demand for reuse water. The direction in which the future-reuse schemes should be formulated so that they are safe, environmentally sustainable and cost effective are also discussed.
ISBN 9781843394822
1843394820
ISSN 0273-1223
Language eng
Field of Research 099999 Engineering not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 970109 Expanding Knowledge in Engineering
HERDC Research category E1.1 Full written paper - refereed
ERA Research output type E Conference publication
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30039632

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment
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