Socio-economic interests for treated wastewater reuse in agriculture irrigation and indirect potable water reuse: Clermont-Ferrand and Cannes case studies' cost-benefit analysis
Abstract Unlike many structuring projects, treated wastewater reuse projects are rarely subjected to economic analysis…. See more
The reuse of reclaimed water for irrigation around the Mediterranean Rim: a step towards a more virtuous cycle?
Abstract Climate change and a growing population around the Mediterranean Rim are increasing the need… See more
Ecofilae is an independent consulting and training company resolutely committed to develop solutions that will help stakeholders to assess and implement levers to cope with water scarcity and develop sustainable water reuse projects
In this context, sustainable means :
- safe (sanitary and environmental conditions),
- affordable (targeting full cost recovery),
- acceptable (socially),
- reliable (technically) and,
In other words, risks can be mitigated, the benefits increased, and the systems operated optimally to make them affordable.
Nadine Santurette, Training program manager, Campus Veolia
Céline Drubreuil, Plan Bleu - Alain Rotbardt, Project Manager, Water and water treatment division, French Development Agency (AFD)