To address tight restrictions for drawing water from the Biscayne aquifer, Brown and Caldwell evaluated the potential for using reclaimed water to provide drinking water offset credits and increase the city’s permitted drinking water withdrawal capacity. A unique hydrogeologic approach evaluated the benefits of connecting specific customers to a reclaimed water supply and abandoning their existing wells, surface water supply or potable supply for irrigation.
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