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Groundwater recharge with reclaimed water

an epidemiologic assessment in Los Angeles County, 1987-1991
  • 124 Pages
  • 3.44 MB
  • English

Rand , Santa Monica, Calif
Water reuse -- Health aspects -- California -- Los Angeles County., Artificial groundwater recharge -- Health aspects -- California -- Los Angeles Co


California, Los Angeles Co

StatementElizabeth M. Sloss ... [et al.].
ContributionsSloss, Elizabeth M., Water Replenishment District of Southern California.
LC ClassificationsRA592.C2 G76 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 124 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL983801M
ISBN 100833023853
LC Control Number96021521

Facilities to provide reclaimed water to replace potable water in non-potable applications, to supplement existing surface and groundwater supplies, and to assist in File Size: 1MB. Artificial Recharge of Groundwater focuses on artificial recharge of groundwater basins as a means to increase the natural supply of groundwater, along with the technical issues involved.

Special emphasis is placed on the use of reclaimed municipal wastewater as a source for artificial recharge of groundwater. Regulations for groundwater replenishment using recycled water became effective on J They've been incorporated into Recycled Water-Related Regulations at the Division of Drinking Water's Law Book.

Follow these links for information on the Advisory Group. Groundwater recharge can be defined as water added to the aquifer through the unsaturated zone after infiltration and percolation following any storm rainfall event.

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Zekâi Şen, in Applied Drought Modeling, Prediction, and Mitigation, Groundwater recharge depends on several factors such as infiltration capacity, stochastic. Groundwater Recharge with Reclaimed Water: An Epidemiologic Assessment in Los Angeles County, [Slossr, Elizabeth M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Groundwater Recharge with Reclaimed Water: An Epidemiologic Assessment in Los Angeles County, Cited by: Water Reclamation for Reuse and Groundwater Recharge Orange County, Florida, USA The City of Orlando and Orange County, in order comply with a court decision and cease discharge of treated municipal waste into watercourses draining into a lake and its adjacent reserves, co-developed the Conserv II project to upgrade the wastewater treatment.

Groundwater Recharge with Reclaimed Water. Birth Outcomes in Los Angeles County, This book is an assessment of the effects on human health of reclaimed water.

The assessment focuses on adverse outcomes among liveborn infants, including low birth weight, preterm birth, infant mortality, and birth defects, from to Cited by: 4. Sloss, E. Epidemiological assessment of groundwater recharge with reclaimed water in Los Angeles County.

Proposal No. submitted to the Water Replenishment District of Southern California by RAND, Santa Monica, Calif. State of California. Report of the Scientific Advisory Panel on Groundwater Recharge with Reclaimed. Reclaimed or recycled water (also called wastewater reuse or water reclamation) is the process of converting wastewater into water that can be reused for other purposes.

Reuse may include irrigation of gardens and agricultural fields or replenishing surface water and groundwater (i.e., groundwater recharge).Reused water may also be directed toward fulfilling certain needs in residences (e.g.

Water Research] (]]]]) ]]]–]]] Review Groundwater recharge with reclaimed municipal wastewater: health and regulatory considerations Takashi Asanoa,*, Joseph A. Cotruvob,c aDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California at Davis, One Shields Avenue, Engr.

III. Groundwater recharge or deep drainage or deep percolation is a hydrologic process, where water moves downward from surface water to ge is the primary method through which water enters an process usually occurs in the vadose zone below plant roots and, is often expressed as a flux to the water table surface.

Groundwater recharge also encompasses water. Groundwater Recharge with Reclaimed Water: Birth outcomes in Los Angeles County [Sloss, Elizabeth M., McCaffrey, Daniel F., Fricker, Ronald D., Geschwind, Sandra A., Ritz, Beate R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Groundwater Recharge with Reclaimed Water: Birth outcomes in Los Angeles County Cited by: 5. State of California (June ). Proposed guidelines for groundwater recharge with reclaimed municipal wastewater, and Background information on proposed guidelines for groundwater recharge with reclaimed municipal wastewater, Interagency water reclamation coordinating committee and the Groundwater recharge committee, Sacramento CA.

Google ScholarCited by: Each day, million gallons of water flow down the LA River and into the ocean. We evaluated how much stormwater runoff entering the ocean could be realistically captured from the LA River and used for water recharge of aquifers. The studies reveal that approximately billion gallons (or 88, acre-feet) of total groundwater recharge could be reclaimed per year through centralized.

Washington has extensive guidelines for the use of reclaimed water for direct groundwater recharge of non-potable aquifers. It requires Class A reclaimed water defined as oxidized, coagulated, filtered and disinfected. Total coliform content is not to exceed / ml as a 7-day median and 23/ ml in any sample.

30 April DRAFT FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY Department of Civil Engineering Stanford University Stanford, CA GROUNDWATER RECHARGE BY INJECTION OF RECLAIMED WATER IN PALO ALTO Interim Progress Report 1 August to 28 February Supported by Robert S.

Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Ada, Oklahoma. Groundwater Recharge with Reclaimed Water: Birth Outcomes in Los Angeles County, This book is an assessment of the effects on human health of reclaimed water.

The assessment focuses on adverse outcomes among liveborn infants, including low birth weight, preterm birth, infant mortality, and birth defects from to Pages: The book presents aquifer storage recovery (ASR) technology and traces its evolution over the past 25 years in the United States.

Procedures for groundwater recharge are presented, and selected case studies are examined. Drinking water quality standards and conversion factors are provided in the appendix for easy reference.

6 Groundwater recharge: health and regulatory considerations Health and regulatory aspects of groundwater recharge with recycled wastewater Groundwater recharge with reclaimed water and direct potable water reuse share many of the public health concerns encountered in drinking-water withdrawn from polluted rivers and reservoirs.

The Ventura County Groundwater Section addresses all water supply sources including groundwater, surface flows, imported and reclaimed water, as well as alternative resources such as conjunctive use and desalination.

Water management programs include drought planning, governmental quality compliance, and several water conservation programs. Australian Water Resources Council. -- Working Group on Aquifer Recharge with Reclaimed Water. Artificial groundwater recharge -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

Water reuse -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Get this from a library. Groundwater recharge with reclaimed water: birth outcomes in Los Angeles County, [Elizabeth M Sloss;]. Reused water is water used more than once or recycled. It happens daily on rivers and other bodies of water.

If you live in a community downstream of another, chances are you are reusing its water, and likewise, communities downstream of you are most likely reusing your water. Scientifically-proven advances in water technology have allowed OCWD. Reservoirs & Water Spreading Areas for Groundwater Recharge (Map from The River Project) (TRP) The four reservoirs in the Tujunga watershed (Lopez, Pacoima, Big Tujunga, and Hansen) have a total storage capacity of 39, acre-feet.

(The reservoirs are in navy blue.). facilitate water storage during times of high water availability. If aquifer recharge is haphazard or poorly planned, chemical or microbial contaminants in the water could harm the health of consumers, particularly when reclaimed water is being used.

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Wastewater may contain numerous contaminants (many of them poorly characterized) that could. California Department of Public Health’s Recycled Water Regulations (i) "Reclaimed Water" is a wastewater which as a result of treatment is suitable for uses other than potable use.

(j) "Reduced Pressure Principle Backflow Prevention Device (RP)" is a backflow preventer incorporating not less than two check valves, an automatically operatedFile Size: KB. This Water Reuse Master Plan served to identify opportunities for the City of North Port to maximize the use of reclaimed water for irrigation and other non-potable water uses within the City’s utilities service area, with the end result of reducing water consumption and groundwater and surface water withdrawals within the region and so.

Among the different water reuse options Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) with reclaimed water plays a particular role, due to both the large potential benefits achieved in terms of sustainable water resources management as well as the complexity of the planning and implementation of such schemes (Bouwer, ; Dillon, ).

Within the European. Groundwater Recharge Omdel Dam, Namibia. Many of Namibia’s settlements are situated in very arid areas and depend entirely on groundwater for their water supply.

Perhaps the most extreme examples are the coastal settlements of Walvis Bay, Swakopmund and Henties Bay which depend on groundwater stored in the coastal aquifers of the Kuiseb.

Information sources. Signor, D.C., Growitz, D.J., and Kam, William,Annotated bibliography on artificial recharge of ground water: U.S.

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Geological Survey Water. Aquifer Storage Recovery: A Guide to Groundwater Recharge through Wells, By David Pyne. David Pyne has amassed a body of work set forth in this book that has demonstrated the viability and cost-effectiveness of the new approach to water management and aquifer recharge.

This second edition of David Pyne’s book incorporates extensive new experience at a rapidly growing number of Aquifer.The Committee on Ground Water Recharge concludes that artificial recharge can be one option in an integrated strategy to optimize total water resource management, and it believes that with pretreatment, soil-aquifer treatment, and posttreatment as appropriate for the source and site, impaired-quality water can be used as a source for artificial.Groundwater recharge and discharge are important aspects of the global hydrological cycle and are critical to the analysis of groundwater flow systems and water budgets.

Recharge is the replenishment of groundwater by the downward infiltration of precipitation, or by water that was temporarily stored on the Earth’s surface.