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Planning and thinking holistically

Water planning should be considered in the broader context of urban planning (transport, energy etc.). To solve water supply issues, you might need to consider…

Shaun Cox Planning Need

When considering long term water planning in Australia, the key considerations that drive planning are climate and population growth in urban areas. The increase in…

Cynthia Mitchell Planning Opportunity

Following the Millennium drought with its high degree of government intervention in large-scale investment in water security projects, there is an opportunity to rethink planning…

Shaun Cox Urban Catchments Local Solutions

Stormwater harvesting solutions replicate natural ecosystem processes by capturing, holding the water and enabling it to percolate into the soil. Raingardens are an example of…

Drinking Water Through Recycling-Complete Report

This is the full report  Drinking Water Through Recycling: The benefits and costs of supplying direct to the distribution system, Appendix A Stakeholder Survey Responses. It…

Shaun Cox Benefits Storm Water Perth

Feasible potable reuse strategies are unique for each Australian city. For instance, Perth has significant water shortages, but it is built on sand, so stormwater…

Shaun Cox Costs

The cost of recycling water compared with other solutions varies with the configuration of the network. For instance, wastewater treatment plants on the coastline are…