Resource Recovery

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Municipal water resource recovery refers to the physical, biological, and chemical processes to remove pollutants from wastewater before discharging into a waterbody, along with the recovery of resources during those processes. Water Resource Recovery Facilities (WRRFs) and their treatment processes are critical to prevent waterborne diseases, contamination, algal growth, and other adverse impacts on our lakes, rivers, and oceans.  Resource recovery is essential to Texas’ sustainability.

It’s an economically and environmentally sound way to safely manage and utilize water resources. Resource recovery is an emerging societal need globally. Due to the ever-increasing pressures on progressively limited resources such as water, nutrients, and energy, it is critical to recover these resources from waste streams.

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