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Direct reclamation of municipal wastewater for drinking purposes - Volume 2: Investigation into institutional and social factors influencing public acceptance of reclaimed water for potable uses in South Africa
Expanded Title:The overall aim of this study was to investigate and document the range of factors (social and institutional) influencing public perceptions and governing people’s decisions regarding the use of reclaimed water for potable applications. Drawing on findings from the literature and comparative local case studies, a guideline for influencing public perceptions was developed.
Date Published:01/11/2017
Document Type:Research Report
Document Subjects:Drinking water - Water treatment, Wastewater Management - Domestic
Document Keywords:Water Quality
Document Format:Report
Document File Type:pdf
Research Report Type:Technical
WRC Report No:TT 734/17
ISBN No:978-1-4312-0928-6
Authors:Muanda C; Cousins D; Lagardien A; Owen G; Goldin J
Project No:K5/2208
Originator:WRC
Organizations:Cape Peninsula University of Technology; University of Western Cape ,South Africa
Document Size:1 984 KB
Related Documents:Direct reclamation of municipal wastewater for drinking purposes - Volume 2: Investigation into institutional and social factors influencing public acceptance of reclaimed water for potable uses in South Africa
Direct reclamation of municipal wastewater for drinking purposes Volume 1: Guidance on monitoring, management and communication of water quality
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