Guidelines for Potable Water Reuse: Is Georgia Ready to Address What is Already Happening?
Hall, Ken C.
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Over two years ago a group of utility staff, regulators, environmentalists, agricultural interests, and concerned citizens formed the Georgia Potable Water Reuse Task Force. The purpose of the group was to identify the issues related to the current practice of unplanned indirect potable water reuse, and to (if possible) provide guidelines as a framework for planned potable water reuse in the future. The group researched the available data on potable water reuse, talked with leaders in the reuse field, and discussed issues specific to Georgia. The resulting product was Draft Guidelines for Potable Reuse, which was submitted to GAEPD for review in 1998. This paper describes the strategy, content, and approach for these guidelines.
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