MAP Engineering, Inc. provided Construction Management for the upgrade of Roberts Creek Water District’s Water Treatment Plant to 4 million gallons per day with membrane treatment and UV disinfection to meet new EPA requirements. This included design, oversight and inspection of the installation of a new plant building, filtration membrane units, UV units, underground water/sewer/storm, […]
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"The conservation of natural resources is the fundamental problem. Unless we solve that problem it will avail us little to solve all others."Theodore Roosevelt
“As a result of population growth, urbanization, and climate change, public water supplies are becoming stressed, and it is getting more difficult—if not impossible—to tap new water supplies for metropolitan areas. So existing water supplies must go further. One way to do this is to increase water reuse, particularly in supplementing municipal water supplies by means of direct or indirect potable reuse. In the future, because it is inevitable that direct and/or indirect potable reuse will become part of the water management portfolio, it is critical that water and wastewater agencies begin to develop the necessary information and working relationships that will allow these potable reuse alternatives to become a reality.”George Tchobanoglous, Ph.D.