Abstract:A review of the literature published in 2009 on topics relating to decentralized water systems. Decentralized systems are designed with less than fully centralized collection and treatment for various benefits. Although these systems serve diverse needs, they have common characteristics, such as remote monitoring, control, and quality verification, such that study of these systems might provide benefit in their future evaluation, design, and implementation.
Keywords: (BAT); (POU/POE); BEST AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGY; DECENTRALIZED; DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS; ENTRY; GREYWATER REUSE; LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT (LID); OF&NDASH; ON&NDASH; POINT&NDASH; SATELLITE TREATMENT; SEWER MINING; SITE TREATMENT; USE/POINT&NDASH
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2010
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