This Week's Spotlight

October 16, 2014

The WateReuse Research Foundation’s Board of Directors recently approved funding for seven new direct potable reuse (DPR) research projects, valued at more than $1 million. Since 2011, the Foundation has allocated $4.5 million to fund 26 DPR research projects, and with in-kind contributions and services, this research is valued at $11.5 million and counting.

About the Research Foundation

The WateReuse Research Foundation is an educational, nonprofit public benefit corporation that serves as a centralized organization for the water and wastewater community to advance the science of water reuse, recycling, reclamation, and desalination. The Foundation's research covers a broad spectrum of issues, including chemical contaminants, microbiological agents, treatment technologies, salinity management, public perception, economics, and marketing.