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Start your Water360 journey by exploring some innovative water supply and purification projects around the world.
Visit Orange County, CA and Wichita Falls, TX for sample sites.
The Wichita Falls emergency water supply project began operations in July 2014. A temporary pipeline is conveying treated wastewater effluent to an existing MF/RO brackish surface water treatment plant.
From there, the water is blended 50/50 with raw surface water. This blend is then treated to an adjacent existing conventional surface water treatment plant before the water goes to distribution.
Wichita Falls is operating under a Stage 5 drought catastrophe, in which outdoor watering is banned and conservation is urged. This is the second DPR project to come online in Texas, two years after Big Spring