Project #4908

Demonstrating Real-Time Collection System Monitoring for Potable Reuse

$257,746
In Progress
Principal Investigator
Eva
Steinle-Darling
Research Manager
Mr. Walter Graf
Contractor
Carollo Engineers
Reuse
Monitoring
Reuse, Potable
Sensors
Treatment

Abstract

Real-time sensor-based monitoring has the potential to improve our understanding of water quality issues within the collection system. This project demonstrated, at full scale, the ability of use monitoring technology to identify, alert, and trigger responses to harmful discharges within a sewer system. The report examines the deployments led by three utility partners that investigated the real-world capability of a commercial monitoring system to detect pollutant spikes and react to the detection. Published in 2020.

Originally funded as WERF project WRF-17-30.

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