Nanotechnology has shown great potential for their applications in water treatment and reuse. Significant research has been devoted to tackle some of the major challenges in water treatment using nanotechnology enabled processes. Meanwhile, its potential health and ecological risks pose equally immense challenge to current water treatment systems. Being up to date with the development of new nanomaterial-based technologies allows the utilities to take advantage of this opportunity and prepare themselves for potential regulations. The project provides water reuse utilities with knowledge of nanomaterial research and related opportunities and challenges relevant to water reuse.
Originally funded as WERF project Reuse-10-13.