Aquacell Case Studies Published in EPA Water Reuse Guidelines
Studies detail use of onsite recycling systems
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) included two case studies featuring Aquacell onsite water reuse systems in its 2012 Guidelines for Water Reuse, released on Sept. 29, 2012. This was the first year information regarding onsite reuse was included in the EPA guidelines.
Aquacell CEO Colin Fisher was one of 300 experts in the field that helped EPA write the guidelines and review case studies and policy language. Fisher took an active role in developing these sections and contributed two case studies regarding onsite reuse.
Fisher’s blackwater study details the use of an onsite recycling system in a commercial high-rise building in Sydney, Australia. The graywater study describes an onsite recycling system in a residential community.
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