Daniel Gerrity Articles

  • Potable reuse treatment trains throughout the world

    Potable reuse is becoming an increasingly common strategy for bolstering water resource portfolios in water-scarce regions. Each application poses unique challenges, whether related to treatment goals, regulatory requirements, or political and public acceptance, and these issues have a significant impact on the final treatment train selection. This review describes the various potable reuse ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The economic value of water in metropolitan areas of the United States

    Water has been a passionately contested issue in the United States (US) over the past century. Some argue for growth restrictions in drought-susceptible regions, but based on economic production, it may be worthwhile implementing creative measures to ensure continued and sustainable growth. The following economic analysis correlates water withdrawals in the 32 most populous metropolitan areas in ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Survey of statewide public perceptions regarding water reuse in Arizona

    Increasing demands on water resources have made water reuse an attractive option for extending water supplies in the southwest. However, concerns remain about the potential risks of contact with recycled water. This study focused on perceptions regarding water reuse and how these may affect future utilization of the resource. This study, based on a telephone survey of 400 randomly-selected ...


    By IWA Publishing

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