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Renewable identification number generation The Pleasant Grove WWTP expansion will include 
CNG production that will generate fuel for half the City’s solids waste fleet, and the RINs to 
significantly offset project costs. 

 

WATER REUSE  

 

Board/executive management reuse strategy established 

 

Communications and outreach plan developed and implemented  

 

Ongoing market assessment of reused water to public/private and public/public entities 

 

Investments in reuse infrastructure   

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Reuse for onsite irrigation and process water (seal water, process sprays, wash water)  

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Reuse off site for power generation cooling system, and irrigation of golf courses, parks, schools, 
and streetscapes  

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Reuse off site for construction use such as soil compaction and street sweeping  

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Residential reuse program initiated for hand irrigation  

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Communication developed to inform the public of the realities of indirect potable reuse  

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Developing a pilot project to compare treatment capabilities of MF/RO to 
ozonation/biofiltration  

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Use in-house and external laboratories for testing water quality parameters  

Performance Measures & Results 

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Wastewater conversion to recycled water 20% of wastewater converted to recycled water  

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Gallons of recycled water produced annually Increased to over 1 billion gallons of recycled water 
served annually  

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Conversion projects Converted local park to recycled water irrigation, saving up to 28 millions 
gallons of drinking water annually  

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Reduced dependence on raw water supply Mandated use of recycled water for construction use