Towards a global standard for water reuse
Does the world need a standard regulatory framework around water reuse, and what could this look like?
Special report: Towards A Global Standard For Water Reuse.
An analysis of how water reuse regulation is shaping future markets.
Written by Liz Bury, editor, Water. desalination + reuse.
This essential new deep dive special report outlines the current regulatory models and frameworks in operation around the world, and identifies what a standardised coordinated approach could potentially look like.
Featuring exclusive reportage and analysis, Towards A Global Standard For Water Reuse will help aid decision-making and help you identify future business opportunities with:
- detailed analysis of the pros and cons of the existing approaches to regulating water reuse
- advice to help you navigate contrasting rules and regulations, covering direct and indirect potable reuse, industrial reuse, agricultural reuse, and green space irrigation differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction
- updates on the challenges around so-called ‘de facto’ or unplanned water reuse
- analysis on the latest regulatory frameworks designed to support the growth of water reuse, and protect public health and the environment
- a look into the future: exclusive guidance outlining what global regulations on water reuse would look like, how they’d work, and who would benefit from a globalised approach
Towards A Global Standard For Water Reuse
There is growing acceptance globally that recycling water for beneficial reuse will become a generally accepted practice in the 21st Century. As this new market unfolds in jurisdictions across the planet, a patchwork of regulations is developing to govern how things will work.
In this brand new report, Water. desalination + reuse’s editor Liz Bury examines the regulatory picture within jurisdictions globally that are practising or preparing to practise water reuse to help answer the questions: is now the right time to begin developing a global standard on water reuse? And what would this look like?
Section 1: Where we are now
Section one sets out the most important elements of regulation on water reuse worldwide, covering direct and indirect potable reuse, industrial reuse, agricultural reuse, and green space irrigation.
Featuring exclusive research and expert commentary, it analyses the extent to which rules and regulations are shaping markets, and considers how existing practices are incorporated by rule-makers. It incorporates considerations on regulatory challenges around so-called ‘de facto’ or unplanned water reuse.
Section 2: The regulatory future
Section two presents an analysis how regulators are fulfilling the role of developing frameworks that support the growth of water reuse, and protect public health and the environment.
Looking into the future, it sets out future possibilities on global regulation frameworks, what the benefits would be, the likely business opportunities, and who would be able to take advantage of them.
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Format: Digital download
Publication date: March 2019
Published by Water. desalination + reuse, Faversham House