About this issue

Issue number
Volume 42 – Number 2
96 pages

Summary

The issue examines the benefits, means and limitations for introducing greywater systems into the built environment. The contributors examine not only the advantages of greywater recycling, but the associated health and environmental concerns, its acceptability by urban populations, and the legal, socio-economic and practical problems faced by governments and policy-makers in introducing such systems.

greywater, water recycling, urban water consumption

Introducing Greywater to the Built Environment

The issue examines the benefits, means and limitations for introducing greywater systems into the built environment. The contributors examine not only the advantages of greywater recycling, but the associated health and environmental concerns, its acceptability by urban populations, and the legal, socio-economic and practical problems faced by governments and policy-makers in introducing such systems.

Contents

  • Introducing Greywater Systems into the Built Environment: An Introduction and Overview
    ERAN FEITELSON, JONATHAN CHENOWETH and ÁNGELES PEREIRA
  • Potential Health and Environmental Risks Associated with Onsite Greywater Reuse: A Review
    MAYA BENAMI, OSNAT GILLOR and AMIT GROSS
  • Regulating the Risks of Domestic Greywater Reuse: A Comparison of England and California
    CHRISTINA COOK
  • Decentralized and User-Led Approaches to Rainwater Harvesting and Greywater Recycling: The Case of Sant Cugat del Vallès, Barcelona, Spain
    MARIA VALLÈS-CASAS, HUG MARCH and DAVID SAURÍ
  • Factors Influencing the Adoption of Greywater Systems among People Living in Multi-Family Dwellings in Israel
    DAN KAUFMANN, LIOR HAYOON-DAVIDOV and ANAT TCHETCHIK
  • Perceived Scarcity, Habits, Environmental Attitudes, and Price Sensitivity: How Do They Interact with Preferences Towards Greywater Systems?
    ANAT TCHETCHIK, DAN KAUFMANN and VERED BLASS
  • Options for Reducing Household Water Use in the UK: The Potential of Servicized Systems
    JONATHAN CHENOWETH, ALMA LÓPEZ-AVILÉS, ANGELA DRUCKMAN and STEPHEN MORSE
  • Publication Reviews