Integrated Water Resource Management - through reuse and aquifer recharge

@inproceedings{Durham2003IntegratedWR,
  title={Integrated Water Resource Management - through reuse and aquifer recharge},
  author={Bruce R. Durham and St{\'e}phanie Rinck-Pfeiffer and Dawn Guendert},
  year={2003}
}
Increased water demand from population and economic growth, environmental needs, change in rainfall, flood contamination of good quality water and over abstraction of groundwater are all factors that will continue to create water shortage problems. This paper considers alternative solutions, which conform to sustainable solution premises whilst being economically beneficial to the community. Case studies are described that demonstrate the solutions including the benefits of proven… CONTINUE READING

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