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Forest Lake, MN, USA
A common goal was discovered between multiple organizations in the Forest Lake area to improve both stormwater reuse and stormwater education. The partnership that developed ultimately created a curriculum to teach students about ...
Orange County, CA, USA
To reduce its reliance on imported water, Moulton Niguel Water District (MNWD) has heavily invested in water use efficiency and reuse as alternative sources of supply.
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Santa Fe, NM, USA
Diversified water conservation and efficiency programs, projects, and regulations that promote decentralized infrastructure.
Aurora, CO, USA
Prairie Waters is a sustainable and innovative potable reuse system that will help meet the needs of a growing city for decades. The system uses both natural cleansing processes and state-of-the-art purification technology to deli...
Pico Rivera, CA, USA
The GRIP AWTF will not only provide a sustainable water supply, but will also create a park-like open space and education facilities with public amenities. The site will include low-impact development and stormwater capture featur...
Pico Rivera, CA, USA
GRIP Advanced Water Treatment Facility will purify ~9 million gallons of water daily to replenish groundwater aquifers in Los Angeles, replacing use of expensive imported water. The innovative design will include a learning center...
Ithaca, NY, USA
Pilot of a new waste-to-energy technology for wastewater treatment facilities; when combined with anaerobic digesters, resulted in an increase of methane production from primary sludge by 240-520% and an estimated 52% reduction of...
Lakewood, CA, USA
Stormwater reuse project that integrates real-time controls and sensors to provide irrigation water for a park.
In 2016, Santa Monica completed construction of a new stormwater control technique at Los Amigos Park as a part of their goal to reduce water use 20% and be 100% water self-sufficient by the year 2020. The grant funded project aim...
Produces purified water for potable water reuse to combat saltwater intrusion and provide groundwater replenishment by using advanced wastewater treatment techniques.