In recent times, the coalescence of different pressure has put a major strain on water supply globally. The level of water abstraction is reaching its natural limits, and this calls for a dramatic shift in water utilization concepts. This publication addresses the economic and financial issues and the methodology and procedures involved in the analysis of water recycling projects as part of a comprehensive water planning process. The issue is dealt within the wider context of water resources and covers human health, water quality, acceptability, institutional constraints, and other factors, all of which have economic implications and affect the feasibility of reuse schemes. The recycling of urban wastewater is a key link in integrated water resource management (IWRM) that can fulfill several different, but interrelated objectives. These are expressed as win-win propositions, delivering simultaneous benefits to farmers, cities and natural environmental systems, part of solutions to the urgent global problems of food, clean water, the safe disposal of waters and the protection of the vital aquatic ecosystems.--Publisher's description.The Economics of Wastewater Use in Agriculture J. T. Winpenny, Ingo Heinz, Sasha Koo-Oshima ... Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse, Water Quality Management Library 10, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida ... Health risks in wastewater irrigation: Comparing estimates from quantitative microbial risk analysis and epidemiological studies. ... Wastewater treatment and use in agriculture, FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper 47, Food and Agriculture ... PDF U.S.EPA., U.S.AID 2004.
|Title||:||The Wealth of Waste|
|Author||:||J. T. Winpenny, Ingo Heinz, Sasha Koo-Oshima|
|Publisher||:||Food & Agriculture Org - 2010|