Association Releases New Water Reuse Database

The WateReuse Association announced the release of a new version of the National Database of Water Reuse Facilities (NDWRF), a comprehensive Web database of U.S. water reuse facilities and programs.

The database is available to professionals, regulators, educators, researchers, and interested citizens and will serve as an industry benchmark as water reuse expands in the future. The database is segregated into key topic areas including Utilities, Facilities, Treatment Technologies, and End Use with the capability to query information by individual states as well as nationwide.

Association members and WateReuse Foundation subscribers should use the same login information used to access other parts of the Web site: the username is your e-mail address. Member and subscriber access is available to the designated representatives from member and subscriber organizations. The general public can access the database using the following login information: Username: guest and Password: water. The sign in page to the database can be found at http://nwrdb.watereuse.org/Security/SignIn.aspx.

The National Database of Water Reuse Facilities was developed through a WateReuse Foundation-sponsored research project, with in-kind support from 26 major reuse facilities nationwide. The database is maintained by the WateReuse Association.

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