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Residential Reuse Project Los Angeles

Project:  Residential Reuse reuse_project_hotel
Location: Glendora, California 
No, Of Rooms: 4
Products Used: Pre treatment system to treat black water. Sand Polishing modules. holding tank. carbon filters and UV light.

Number of phases to achieve I, II, III

I - Water runs from Bio tech treatment system to sand polishing. From polishing the water runs to a 500 gallon holding tank. From there it is plumbed through 2 carbon filters and UV lights before returning back to the holding tank where it then disperses to a soak pit. Samples of final effluent will be taken and tested for re-use standard

II - If the quality of water from Phase I proves adequate then the system will run identical for phase II. However instead of water discharging to the soak pit, it shall now be dispersed to a sub surface drip system provided by "Geo Flow".
Samples of the final effluent will be taken and tested for reuse standard.

III - Again if the quality of water from phase II proves adequate then the system will run identical for phase II. However instead of water discharging to the soak pit, it shall now have an additional option of being dispersed to either the Geo Flow sub surface drip system

Reuse project USA components

Water reuse USA project components

Lessons Learned:

- By mounting UV Light and Carbon Filters to the outside wall of the house hase allowed the operator to maintain the system at ease and in a cleaner environment

- Room had been allowed to add any additional accessories to the system ....i.e. turbidity meter

- Help educate the local health departments on Bio techs technology and provide as much data as possible from systems that are already working out i the field

- This will help the authorities to understand the technology and capabilities that the Bio tech system provides to bring water to a reuse standard.