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Master Planning a Water Reuse System

Richard Corneille
Journal (Water Pollution Control Federation)
Vol. 57, No. 3, Part I (Mar., 1985), pp. 207-212
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25042564
Page Count: 6
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Master Planning a Water Reuse System
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Abstract

The Chino Hills wastewater reuse program is an integral part of the over-all water supply plan for a major new master-planned community of 100 000 people in water-short Southern California. Adequate water supply is essential for achievement of complete community potential. The system is designed to reduce potable water requirements, where economically feasible and not precluded by public health considerations and will consist of three treatment plants, four pumping stations, storage facilities, and 21 km of distribution mains. The system will irrigate golf courses, parks, playgrounds, and highway medians. Controlled landscape irrigation will use reclaimed water in commercial, high-density residential and industrial areas.

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