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Tarrant Regional Water District Safe Water

This video is about Tarrant Regional Water District monitoring water quality flowing through the wetlands for 25 years without any problems. Residents have been drinking water…

City of Abilene Texas Potable Reuse Safety

Abilene City in Texas decided to develop a potable reuse project to supplement the areas drinking water supplies. The scheme is sustainable, resilient and cost…

El Paso Potable Reuse Need

El Paso in Texas is a growing region in a dry area. It needed to secure future water supplies and chose to develop a potable…

El Paso Safe Potable Water

Water authorities explain public safety, monitoring programs, and high water quality of potable reuse at El Paso in Texas.

El Paso Potable Reuse Benefits

The video explains the environmental, economic and social benefits of potable reuse in this region of Texas.

El Paso Indirect Potable Reuse

The Fred Hervey water treatment plant at El Paso produces purified recycled water for the community. This video describes the advanced technology treatment system.

City of Abilene Texas Water Treatment Processes

This video explains the water treatment train used to purify water, including nitrogen removal, clarification, reverse osmosis and microfiltration. There are excellent animations explaining each…

The Los Angeles Story

A great summary of Los Angeles approach to water supplies, history of development and key issues.

Safety and Recycled Water

US environmental engineers James Crook and James Trussell discuss studies, demonstration plants, monitoring programs, and safety regulations to ensure the safety of recycled for drinking,…

Australian Guidelines for Potable Reuse

Prof Don Birsill  and David Cunliffe discuss Australian water recycling guidelines, regulatory systems and public safety for recycled water for drinking.

Think and Drink – Systems Thinking

This short animation uses the water recycling system on the International Space Station to introduce the idea that all water on Earth is and always…