Establishing a Robust Case for Final Effluent Reuse Phase 2: Testing the UK Regulatory Framework
The option to augment water supplies by intentionally reusing final treated effluent has moved into mainstream thinking within the UK, evidenced by inclusion within 2014 Water Resource Management Plans, and influenced by reuse activity around the world and European activity promoting uptake of reuse across the member states. The challenge now is to examine the barriers and opportunities to make reuse a more attractive option.
It is essential to understand how reuse schemes could be regulated. Phase 1 examined the case for reuse in the UK by identifying the associated risks and various approaches that have been taken around the world to regulate reuse schemes. This study has focused on identifying the key receptors that could be vulnerable to gaps or other weaknesses in the regulatory framework and the types of risk that could arise.
|UKWIR Reference :- 15/WR/29/4||Published Date :- 04/06/2015|
|Retail Price (£) :- 20||ISBN :- 184057 768 1|
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