The wealth of waste: The economics of wastewater use in agriculture
The use of reclaimed water in agriculture is an option that is increasingly being investigated and taken up in regions with water scarcity, growing urban populations and growing demand for irrigation water. This report presents an economic framework for the assessment of the use of reclaimed water in agriculture, as part of a comprehensive planning process in water resource allocation strategies to provide for a more economically efficient and sustainable water utilization.
Auteurs du document :
Heinz I., Koo-Oshima S., Winpenny J.
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Diffuseur des métadonnées :
Office International de l'Eau
Mots clés :
AGRICULTURE, BESOIN EN EAU, ECONOMIE DE L'EAU, REUTILISATION DE L'EAU, VALORISATION AGRICOLE