Renewable Water is about improving the performance and efficiency of the Water Cycle by managing and maintaining quality for maximum reusability.
“Reusable” doesn’t mean a second-class water quality suitable only for watering the garden or washing cars. The objective is to maintain water quality throughout the Water Cycle at a standard good enough to be drawn by a water purification plant to produce potable water.
This means you would see evidence of Renewable Water throughout the Water Cycle.
Municipal Wastewater Treatment
To some extent, limits for contaminants in wastewater treatment discharges are set according to what conventional technology and processes can achieve. The Biotechnology Solution Platform has transformed the discharged treated effluent water from overloaded, non-compliant plants to a standard that could be drawn directly into a conventional water purification plant. This is perhaps the “gold standard” for Renewable Water.