In this fast-changing and highly interconnected world, problems related to water availability, scarcity, quality, and the associated conflicts are numerous, complicated, and challenging. Efforts to effectively resolve these problems require a clear vision of future water availability and demand as well as new ways of thinking, developing, and implementing water planning and management practices. Reclaiming and reusing treated wastewater can create an alternate water source for secondary use by reducing demand on potable water sources utilized for drinking water (Eslamian 2016; Eslamian et al. 2016).