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A growing implementation of greywater reuse (GWR) pract ices may lead to bene fits on the wastewater side of the urban water cycle. In addition to the positive effect in decreasing urban water demand, GWR changes the quantity and quality characteristics of domestic wastewater released to sewers and conveyed to wastewater treatment plants. Coagulant selection is not an easy task because one coagulant can remove efficiently the suspended solids but at the same time increase the conductivity. Thisdoi:10.1063/1.4985557 fatcat:igmf6ssppneudjy2iyz3knoyey