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NWRI Panel update:
LOTT reclaimed water infiltration study
An NWRI independent advisory panel met in Olympia on October 23, 2019, for updates on the LOTT Clean Water Alliance reclaimed water infiltration study.
LOTT's Science Task Force made presentations to the panel on topics that included groundwater modeling, fate and transport analysis, and risk assessment.
The meeting report will be published on the LOTT Panel page when it is available.