Resources by Brian Benham
|Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Iron and Manganese in Household Water||Dec 2, 2011||442-656|
|Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Heavy Metals in Household Water||Dec 2, 2011||442-657|
|Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Sulfate and Hydrogen Sulfide in Household Water||Apr 26, 2019||442-658 (BSE-252P)|
|Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Nitrate in Household Water||Apr 29, 2019||449-659 (BSE-253P)|
|Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Fluoride in Household Water||May 13, 2019||442-660 (BSE-254P)|
|Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Sodium and Chloride in Household Drinking Water||May 13, 2019||442-661 (BSE-255P)|
|Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Bacteria and Other Microorganisms in Household Water||May 10, 2019||442-662 (BSE-256P)|
|Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Shock Chlorination: Disinfecting Private Household Water Supply Systems||May 3, 2019||442-663 (BSE-257P)|
|Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Hardness in Household Water||May 10, 2019||442-664 (BSE-258P)|
|Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Corrosive Household Water||May 3, 2019||442-665 (BSE-259P)|
|Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) in Household Water||Apr 26, 2019||442-666 (BSE-260P)|
|Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Household Water Treatment||Apr 3, 2019||442-670 (BSE-250P)|
|Filtration, Treatment, and Maintenance Considerations for Micro-Irrigation Systems||May 8, 2018||442-757 (BSE-222P)|
|Water Reuse: Using Reclaimed Water for Irrigation||
Water reuse can be defined as the use of reclaimed water for a direct beneficial purpose.
|Aug 29, 2018||452-014 (SPES-1)|
Greywater is any household wastewater other than that used for toilet flushing. This water could be reused around the home (for purposes other than drinking water). An example of greywater use is landscape irrigation. Wastewater that comes in contact with human waste is referred to as blackwater. However, the definition of greywater varies according to state regulations.
|Jul 23, 2019||BSE-114NP (BSE-267NP)|
|Using Reclaimed Water||
Reclaimed water, sometimes referred to as “water reuse” or “recycled water,” is water recovered from domestic, municipal, or industrial wastewater treatment plants that has been treated to standards that allow it to be safely used for designated purposes. Reclaimed water should not be confused with “wastewater,” untreated liquid industrial waste or domestic sewage. However, “gray water,” untreated water from bathing or washing, is considered one form of wastewater (Water Reuse, VCE Publication 452-014). The level of treatment and disinfection reclaimed water receives is dictated by its intended (and permitted) use. Many states encourage and promote the use of reclaimed water to conserve freshwater supplies and preserve rivers, streams, lakes, and aquifers.
|Jul 23, 2019||BSE-115NP (BSE-266NP)|
|Rainwater Harvesting Systems||
Rainwater harvesting is the process of collecting, storing, and later reusing rainwater from surfaces such as roofs. Rainwater harvesting has long been used for agricultural irrigation and as a source of drinking water, and allowed ancient civilizations to flourish in semi-arid and arid regions. Rainwater harvesting systems are in use today in many water-limited locations, especially in several western US regions. As population growth increases pressure on water resources in the more humid eastern US, rainwater harvesting is being considered to reduce the demand for potable water.
|Jul 23, 2019||BSE-116NP (BSE-265NP)|
|Household Water Quality: Emergency Supplies of Water for Drinking and Food Preparation||Nov 17, 2016||BSE-209NP|
|Indicators Of Lead In Well Water||Dec 13, 2016||BSE-210NP|
|Household Water Quality - Albemarle County||Sep 19, 2019||BSE-284-1|