Assessing tradeoffs of urban water demand reduction strategies
In many cities across the World, traditional sources of potable water supply can become susceptible to shortage due to increased water demands from rapid urbanization and more frequent and extreme drought conditions. Understanding impacts of city-scale conservation and water reuse is important for water managers to implement cost effective water saving strategies and develop resilient municipal water systems. Innovative water reuse systems are becoming more cost effective, technologically viable and socially accepted. However, there is still a need for comparative assessment of alternative ...
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Neale, Michael R.
Arabi, Mazdak; Sharvelle, Sybil
Embargo Expires: 01/07/2021