Potable Water Reuse Advances with New Technologies
July 09, 2021
Real-time water quality monitoring and advanced analytics are making advanced water treatment and reuse accessible to more municipalities and water districts.
Yasuhiro Matsui served as vice president of Metawater USA, INC, in charge of the R&D department for business development, and the international business division. As director of the Japan Desalination Association since 2016, he is familiar with water treatment processes using MF, UF, and RO. Current studies have been financially supported by the Japanese and U.S. governments.
Andrew Salveson is Carollo’s Water Reuse Chief Technologist. He has been honored with the WateReuse Person of the Year Award and been part of teams honored with the CWEA Research Achievement Award, the WateReuse Association Innovative Project Award, and the International Water Association Market Changing Water Technology Award. He serves on a number of expert panels with NWRI and The WRF, and he has published guidance documents on potable reuse and disinfection for WHO, NWRI, IUVA, and WEF.
Jason Assouline is a project manager at Carollo with a wide range of experience on water reuse and drinking water projects. He is Carollo’s water reuse technical practice design excellence lead and quality manager as well as a regional lead within the Carollo Research Group. Over the past 17 years, Jason’s project work has included Water Research Foundation research projects, pilot plant design and operation, full scale treatment plant design and operation, and construction management.