Water Reuse

Clean water is essential to human well-being, agriculture, many industrial processes, power generation, and the health of the environment. However, with significant water scarcity issues facing many communities in the United States, there is a critical need for creative water reuse solutions. In order to meet demand and sustainability objectives, water reuse is becoming increasingly important and more common in many regions and industries.

Rethinking the water cycle and discovering opportunities for reuse

Wastewater planning and technical solutions most often focus on how to clean and dispose of sanitary and industrial flows without any consideration of reclamation and reuse. At Woodard & Curran, we take a more resourceful approach. We perform robust financial, engineering, and environmental analyses to determine if our clients will benefit from a reuse solution and achieve a valuable return on their investment. Our accomplishments demonstrate that we have the talent on hand to help communities and industrial clients achieve their reuse goals.

The compliance, engineering, and construction management talent to deliver success

Designing, building, and operating water reclamation and reuse projects requires not only an understanding of the multifaceted technical requirements for delivering reclaimed potable or non-potable water but also an in-depth comprehension of regional water rights, water availability, permitting, and economic drivers. These variables can substantially change an approach to a project. For example, there are various regulatory obligations across the country—or often a lack of water reuse policy or guidelines in a state—that require specialized attention. In addition, design conditions may differ from real-world operations. It takes an experienced team to get projects off the ground, fine-tune processes, and meet complex challenges.

The experience to improve operations and maintenance

Throughout the country, Woodard & Curran provides skilled specialists, engineers, and scientists to operate and maintain water reclamation and reuse facilities. Our objective as contract operators is to provide efficient management and cost-effective strategies as well as the tools and training to implement preventive maintenance and mechanical improvements. We are committed to being a reliable partner and offer practical guidance when process issues arise requiring technical support, facility upgrades, or design solutions.

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Operations & Management
Senior Civil/Environmental Engineer
RMC, now part of Woodard & Curran
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RMC, now part of Woodard & Curran