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Edited By: Blanca Jimenez and Takashi Asano
628 pages, Figs, tabs
Water Reuse: An International Survey presents detailed description and expert analysis of different global water reuse practices broken down into regional perspectives.
Alongside the regional analysis of water reuse there are chapters dealing with technical issues related to reuse, such as: technology, public participation, water rights, and legislation.
Coverage of water reuse issues from the Stakeholders point of view is included, with chapters on water reuse in agriculture and urban agriculture, muncipal water reuse and industrial water reuse.
Looking to the future of Water Reuse practises, key emerging topics in Water Reuse are discussed, including Ethical and Economic dilemmas, Public acceptance and policy and a review of the state-of-the-art technologies that exist in the field of Water Reuse.
With the emphasis on technical details, rather than just theoretical, and backed up with 12 case studies from around the world, Water Reuse: An International Survey, is an expansive work presenting a comprehensive picture on the state of art and the current situation in global water reuse.
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