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Campus District Scale Wastewater Reclamation Systems Planned for 2020: WaterHub an Ecoengineered Waste-water Treatment Plant

Summary A University that is home to a top-tier medical center and a campus community exceeding 50,000 people, has an extensive district energy system – requiring uninterrupted service. Responding to severe drought in 2007, the University started developing a comprehensive water management...

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Campus District Scale Wastewater Reclamation Systems Planned for 2020: WaterHub an Ecoengineered Waste-water Treatment Plant

Session 4A: Optimizing Energy & Water - The Energy Water Nexus Speakers Bob Salvatelli, Sustainable Water #Campus Energy Conference #Conference Proceeding #2019 #WaterConservation #Water Treatment #Sustainability #SustainableWater

4A.2_Salvatelli.pdf


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Emory University Receives 2018 IDEA Innovation Award

Joan Kowal from Emory University (second from right) and Bob Salvatelli from Sustainable Water (second from left) receive IDEA's 2018 Innovation Award from IDEA President Rob Thornton (right) and Bob Smith, RMF Engineering (left) at IDEA's 109th Annual Conference & Trade Show on June 13th in...

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Blue is the New Green: De-risking Water Operations Sustainably at Georgia Campuses

Speakers Jonathan Lanciani, Sustainable Water #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #SustainableWater #Georgia #EmoryUniversity #GeorgiaInstituteofTechnology #RiskMitigation

7A.3_Lanciani.pdf


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Understanding Our Water Footprint to Reduce Campus Risks

Speakers Ed Kirk, Johns Hopkins University Jonathan Lanciani, Sustainable Water #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #SustainableWater #JohnsHopkinsUniversity #Baltimore #Maryland #WaterConservation #RiskMitigation #Water Treatment

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Cost Savings, Reliability and Readiness via Campus-Wide Wastewater Reclamation Strategies

Speakers Jonathan Guciani, Sustainable Water #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #SustainableWater #WaterConservation #Wastewater #WaterTreatment

6A.2_Lanciani.pdf


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Reclaiming Water in Pender County, North Carolina

Summary Pender County, North Carolina is building a satellite water reclamation plant utilizing ecological treatment techniques to provide wastewater treatment services for the US Highway 421 corridor and provide reclaimed water for a future industrial park. The plant, known as a WaterHub™,...

4B.3_Salvatelli.pdf


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The WaterHub at Emory University: Moving from Feasibility to Project Execution

Summary Emory University is leading the academic world in reducing their water footprint and will be home to the largest ecological-based decentralized reuse system in the U.S. Energy’s reliance on clean water means that campus-wide water management is the most important future step for...

3B.2_Lanciani.pdf


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Sustainability Through Understanding and Reducing Water Footprint at Georgia Institute of Technology

Summary Universities regularly implement advanced strategies to decrease and optimize energy and water usage. In a region riddled with issues, such as drought, legal disputes over water supply, and EPA consent decrees, Georgia Institute of Technology has taken significant strides to better...

7A.2_Lanciani.pdf


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Optimizing Effluent Water Quality in Water Reclamation and Reuse

Summary Managing water-related challenges through water reclamation and reuse is vital to all bulk water consumers. Decentralized water reclamation and reuse decreases the demand for potable water supplies, provides increased resiliency and helps mitigate utility failures. This presentation...

3A.1_SALVATELLI.pdf