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Institutional Issues for Green-Gray Infrastructure

Project Number # 3022

Institutional Issues for Green-Gray Infrastructure based on Integrated "One Water" Management and Resource Recovery

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Background and Relevance - Integrated Urban Water Management

This project focused on institutional issues and governance structures impacting established water, wastewater and stormwater management, and explored stakeholder-driven solution-sets (of green/gray infrastructure, centralized/decentralized operation and management, and resource recovery) that can drive utility adoption of a broader One Water Paradigm. Approaches to the One Water Paradigm were identified along with case examples that promote and encourage paradigm adoption and provide information (incentives) to overcome potential barriers.

Links

The main report and the guidebook, can be accessed by the public on this link:

http://www.werf.org/c/KnowledgeAreas/IntegratedInstitutionsinfo.aspx

https://www.werf.org/a/ka/Search/ResearchProfile.aspx?ReportId=SIWM2T12

Other links:

http://www.waterra.com.au/publications/latest-news/2013/the-one-water-paradigm/

http://www.waterra.com.au/publications/latest-news/2014/an-analysis-of-the-challenges-and-barriers-to-an-integrated-approach-to-water/

http://www.waterra.com.au/publications/latest-news/2015/wanna-watch-the-one-water-webinar/

Project Documents