The goal of this project was to apply the hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) methodology to identify critical control points (CCPs) and assess the reliability of those CCPs to manage acute and chronic health risks in direct potable reuse applications. The objective was to identify CCPs and then use full-scale operating data from facilities around the world to quantify the ability of those CCPs alone and in series to removal chemical and biological contaminants in potable reuse. An evaluation of process monitors and operational response was also included. Published by WE&RF. 369 pages. Online PDF. (2016)
Originally funded as WERF project Reuse-13-03.