Overcoming constraints in treated greywater reuse in Oman

  title={Overcoming constraints in treated greywater reuse in Oman},
  author={S. A. Prathapar and Ahmad Izzat Jamrah and Mushtaq Ahmed and Samir Al Adawi and S. Al Sidairi and Ahmed Sulleimen Al Harassi},
The Sultanate of Oman is an arid country with a rapidly developing economy and a high population growth rate. Together, these factors have increased the demand for freshwater. In response, the Sultanate has developed well fields and installed desalination plants across Oman. Albeit meeting the demand for freshwater, such investments are straining the country’s financial and natural resources. Experience in several arid and semi-arid countries indicates that greywater can be a cost-effective… CONTINUE READING


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