RECLAIMED WATER: A PUBLIC PERCEPTION
Abstract:An effective infrastructure is vital for the protection of health, environmental quality, and economic vitality of every community. Every community faces increasingly stringent requirements governing every aspect of infrastructure. Water supply requirements and wastewater treatment programs often require significant commitment of the resources available to a small community. There are opportunities to combine the needs for planning and management of a viable water supply system with the mandates imposed on the wastewater treatment infrastructure to develop comprehensive water resource planning efforts that encourage development of water reuse efforts in small and medium sized communities. This paper examines the responses of community leaders to a survey of attitudes toward water reuse.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2002
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