Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Of Municipal Wastewater Reuse, Final. (See U.S. EPA Headquarters Library Copy #PB252-932).
This report describes procedures to assist local government agencies in assessing the cost-effectiveness of alternative wastewater reuse systems. The reclamation and reuse of municipal wastewater may often be a technically and economically feasible alternative to disposal of sewage treatment plant effluent. The report inventories existing wastewater reuse sites in the U.S., describes procedures to perform a cost-effectiveness analysis of municipal reuse, applies the procedures developed to two case study locations (Santa Barbara, California and Hampton Roads, Virginia). Also included is a bibliography of current information on the economics and practice of wastewater reuse.
|Sewage disposal; Sewage treatment; Water conservation; Water reclamation|
|Office of Water|
|No suboffice specified|
|Water Planning Division|