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Abstract: The purpose of this research effort is to document the treatment performance of the Santa Clara Valley Water District's Silicon Valley Advance Water Purification Center (SVAWPC) and its ability to meet potable water reuse standards. The SVAWPC is identical to indirect potable reuse (IPR) treatment trains used for groundwater injection in California, with the single exception of UV in place of UV AOP. A secondary purpose of this document is to expand the industry's body of research on advanced treatment and process monitoring for both IPR and direct potable reuse (DPR) through testing of a pilot-scale O3/BAF system and a pilot scale UV AOP system. -- p.1. Table of contents: 1.0. Project goals -- 2.0. District and SVAWPC background -- 3.0. Long term performance testing -- 4.0. Full scale system performance challenges -- 5.0. Pilot scale UV AOP testing -- 6.0. O3/biologically active filtration -- 7.0. Key findings -- 8.0. References -- Appendix A. Constituent list -- Appendix B. Quarterly monitoring data -- Appendix C. Raw data for figures and tables -- Appendix D. Quality assurance project plan.
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