Attitudes to conservation and water consumption

  title={Attitudes to conservation and water consumption},
  author={Bill Randolph and Patrick Troy},
Sydney’s water supply is under great pressure as the demand continues to rise. Demand mitigation strategies have had some success, but domestic consumption remains high. This paper discusses the attitudes of households to their water consumption in a search for ways in which domestic demand for water may be reduced. Evidence on attitudes of households in different kinds of housing was obtained using a telephone interview survey supplemented by information derived from focus groups drawn from… CONTINUE READING
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