Potable Water Reuse Report Issue 1.1 Released

The Potable Water Reuse (PWR) Report is the product of a collaboration between the University of Southern California ReWater Center and Trussell. This publication is intended to connect
the potable water reuse community — including practitioners, regulators, and academics — to keep them up-to-date with the industry’s rapidly evolving developments.

The first issue of the PWR Report was released on March 8, 2024. This first series will focus on the development and implementation of regulations for direct potable reuse (DPR) at different scales around the world. The first issue of series 1 specifically focuses on California’s path to DPR regulations and compares the process to implementing indirect potable reuse (IPR) regulations. 


Read the report here

Direct Potable Reuse Regulations and the Importance of Adaptability in a Rapidly Evolving World: A California Case Study

PWR Report Advisory Committee Meets in Denver before the WateReuse Conference.

Advisory Panel Meets in Denver

Shortly after the first issue of the PWR Report was released, the advisory panel had the chance to meet with USC and Trussell in Denver, Colorado before the WateReuse Conference. We discussed successes of the first issue and planned for future issues. We’re excited for this report to continue and hope it will be a resource for everyone in the potable reuse field.

Future issues of the PWR Report will be released on our website, but you can also sign up for our mailing list to get it sent to your inbox. Fill out the form to receive the PWR report by mail.