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Themed collection Potable Reuse of Water

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Editorial

Potable reuse of water

Guest editor Stuart Khan introduces the Potable Reuse of Water themed issue of Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology.

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Perspective

International research agency perspectives on potable water reuse

This paper summarises the technical, social and political issues regarding direct potable reuse in the USA, Australia, and South Africa.

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Open Access Perspective

Water recycling in Australia – during and after the drought

Australia responded to drought with water reform and the use of alternative water sources to ensure security of water supply, but at a cost.

Graphical abstract: Water recycling in Australia – during and after the drought
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Critical Review

Closing the urban water loop: lessons from Singapore and Windhoek

More and more cities are dealing with the concurrent trends of water scarcity and growth in water demand. This paper presents the operational solutions developed by Singapore and Windhoek to address this problem.

Graphical abstract: Closing the urban water loop: lessons from Singapore and Windhoek
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Open Access Critical Review

Bioanalytical tools: half a century of application for potable reuse

In vitro bioassays are often thought as novel tools by water stakeholders. They have, however, been used for over half a century in assessment of recycled water quality.

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Critical Review

The osmotic membrane bioreactor: a critical review

The osmotic membrane bioreactor (OMBR) is a hybrid biological-physical treatment process for wastewater treatment and water reuse.

Graphical abstract: The osmotic membrane bioreactor: a critical review
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Open Access Paper

Applying the water safety plan to water reuse: towards a conceptual risk management framework

The Water Safety Plan (WSP) is receiving increasing attention as a recommended risk management approach for water reuse through a range of research programmes, guidelines and standards.

Graphical abstract: Applying the water safety plan to water reuse: towards a conceptual risk management framework
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Open Access Paper

Modeling approaches to predict removal of trace organic compounds by ozone oxidation in potable reuse applications

Realized and potential threats of water scarcity due in part to global climate change have increased the interest in potable reuse of municipal wastewater.

Graphical abstract: Modeling approaches to predict removal of trace organic compounds by ozone oxidation in potable reuse applications
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Online fluorescence monitoring of RO fouling and integrity: analysis of two contrasting recycled water schemes

Underperformance in RO membranes were detected using fluorescence spectroscopy.

Graphical abstract: Online fluorescence monitoring of RO fouling and integrity: analysis of two contrasting recycled water schemes
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Human health risk associated with direct potable reuse – evaluation through quantitative relative risk assessment case studies

Two hypothetical quantitative relative risk assessment (QRRA) case study evaluations illustrate how QRRA can inform risk management decisions for direct potable reuse.

Graphical abstract: Human health risk associated with direct potable reuse – evaluation through quantitative relative risk assessment case studies
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Effects of molecular ozone and hydroxyl radical on formation of N-nitrosamines and perfluoroalkyl acids during ozonation of treated wastewaters

This study performed experiments to isolate the effects of molecular ozone and hydroxyl radical to gain better understanding of the formation of nitrosamines and PFAAs during ozonation.

Graphical abstract: Effects of molecular ozone and hydroxyl radical on formation of N-nitrosamines and perfluoroalkyl acids during ozonation of treated wastewaters
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Open Access Paper

Rapid direct injection LC-MS/MS method for analysis of prioritized indicator compounds in wastewater effluent

Trace organic compounds (TOrCs) have been detected in drinking water sources for several years, raising concerns due to their potential risks to public health.

Graphical abstract: Rapid direct injection LC-MS/MS method for analysis of prioritized indicator compounds in wastewater effluent
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Target screening of chemicals of concern in recycled water

The results of a characterisation study of water samples collected from an Advanced Water Recycling Plant (AWRP) operating in Perth, Western Australia are presented.

Graphical abstract: Target screening of chemicals of concern in recycled water
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Triple bottom line costs for multiple potable reuse treatment schemes

Select appropriate potable reuse treatment technologies to meet the need while minimizing the sum of financial, environmental and social costs.

Graphical abstract: Triple bottom line costs for multiple potable reuse treatment schemes
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About this collection

Dedicated to recent advances associated with the potable reuse of water, this themed issue includes a comprehensive collection of papers highlighting research technology and engineering development at the leading edge of potable water reuse. Associate Editor, Stuart Khan has guest edited this special issue to combine a variety of topics relevant to potable reuse of water. This includes but is not limited to technical innovations, human health risk assessments, monitoring strategies, sustainability assessments and novel applications. We hope you enjoy the collection.

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