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Title: Non-conventional water resources in coastal areas: a review of the use of reclaimed water
Author: Salgot i de Marçay, Miquel
Tapias Pantebre, Josefina Carlota
Keywords: Abastament d'aigua
Aigua salada
Tractament de l'aigua
Reutilització de l'aigua
Costes
Water-supply
Saline waters
Water purification
Water reuse
Water reuse
Coasts
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Universitat de Barcelona (UB). Institut de Ciències de la Terra Jaume Almera (ICTJA). Institut de Diagnosi Ambiental i Estudis de l'Aigua (IDEA). Universitat Autonònoma de Barcelona (UAB). Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)
Abstract: In an era of increasing concern for limited water resources a wise joint management of conventional and nonconventional water resources must be considered. Water scarcity aggravates in coastal zones which are often characterised by high population density, intense economic activity and tourism; meaning heavy seasonal water demands. The relationships between sea and land-water can also compromise the quality of available freshwater. In this context, the use of non-conventional water increases the availability of water supplies. Non-conventional water resources of low quality could be directed to meet several needs (like watering lawns, washing cars, flushing toilets and cooling systems, among others). Therefore, significantly more potable water would be available to meet human demand for safe water.
Note: Reproducció del document publicat a http://www.geologica-acta.com/pdf/vol0202a03.pdf
It is part of: Geologica Acta, 2004, vol. 2, núm. 2, p. 121-133
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/16871
ISSN: 1695-6133
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