Monitoring performance of a combined water recycling system

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Castleton, Holly Faye; Hathway, Elizabeth Abigail; Murphy, Edward; Beck, Stephen Bernard Marcus;

Global water demand is expected to outstrip supply dramatically by 2030, making water recycling an important tool for future water security. A large combined grey water and rainwater recycling system has been monitored in response to an identified knowledge gap of the i... View more
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