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Municipal Freshwater Scarcity: Using Technology to Improve Distribution System Efficiency and Tap Nontraditional Water Sources: Technology Assessment
Timothy M. Persons (au)
Providing a safe and adequate supply of water is perhaps the most essential municipal service. Lead-contaminated drinking water in Flint, Michigan and ongoing drought in several U.S. regions highlight challenges water utilities are facing. In times of shortage, conflicts over limited freshwater resources -- including for irrigation, power production, and municipal water use -- increase. Further, freshwater shortages are expected to continue into the future. This report examines (1) technologies that could reduce demand on freshwater supplies by improving distribution system efficiency; (2) technologies that could increase water supplies by using nontraditional water sources; and (3) locations and types of water utilities where these technologies are most commonly adopted. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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