9) In 1978 the northern Virginia agency now known as Upper Occoquan Service Authority launched one of the country's earliest indirect potable reuse (IPR) schemes, returning reclaimed water to a reservoir.
What does IPR stand for?
IPR stands for Indirect Potable Reuse
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- Integrated Productivity and Quality Improvement
- In Process Quality Metric(s)
- Internet Protocol Quality of Service
- Industry Pure Quality Program
- Import Permit Regulations
- Impulse Response
- In Progress Review
- In-Process Report
- Inches Per Rotation (milling machines)
- Incident Prevention and Response (National Preparedness Guidance)
- Individual Pay Record
- Individual Producer Responsibility (various organizations)
- Industrial Property Rights
- Infinite Public Relations (various locations)
- Infinitely Precise Rounding
- Inflow Performance Relationship (oil industry)
- Information and Problem Reports (CCS #7)
- Initial Program Review
- Initial Projections Report (US FEMA)
- Injection Pressure Regulator
Samples in periodicals archive:
Indirect potable reuse involves allowing the reclaimed water (or, in many instances, raw wastewater) to beretained and diluted in surface or ground waters before it is collected and treated for human consumption.
The most significant reuse applications are for industrial water requirements, and there have also been several projects for indirect potable reuse.
s Future Indirect Potable Reuse Facility Tuesday, October 18 11:30 a.
However, there is a strong negative perception on using treated wastewater for domestic applications such as lawn irrigation, car washing, or indirect potable reuse among the consumers.
Hence, there is a strong negative perception on using treated wastewater for domestic applications such as lawn irrigation, car washing, or indirect potable reuse among the consumers.
The TrojanUVPhox(TM) is being utilized by a number of plants throughout the world, in both drinking water and indirect potable reuse applications, including the California Domestic Water Company and the Orange County Water District's Groundwater Replenishment System, both located in Southern California.
Wetlands-Based Indirect Potable Reuse, West Palm Beach, Fla.